Eclectic antiques, including a 1960s Edward Wormley-designed chair, and contemporary design meld in Melissa Davidian and Shane Hodge’s loft.
A metal shelf in the great room holds an array of vintage medical tools sourced from antique shops and estate auctions, while the fireplace was designed by Hodge and built by Dennis Moser of Alloy Welding Company.
Displayed near the stairway, military practice bombs from the Korean and Vietnam wars look more like curious sculptures than weapons.
A wine bottle opener, modified from an old factory drill, is affixed to one of the original posts.
Old medicine bottles add intrigue to a shelf in the guest bathroom.
The modern dining table, from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, is backed by an old gymnasium light Hodge restored. A 1964 Triumph motorcycle draws attention from the corner.
For the guest bedroom nightstands, Hodge repurposed two metal hospital cabinets found through Urban Remains architectural salvage company in Chicago. Antique plumb bobs dangle above.them.
A vintage piece of optometry equipment sits casually on a shelf. It’s one of numerous objects that speak to Hodge’s profession and interest in the medical field.
The 1979 Toyota Land Cruiser Hodge restored and retrofitted to seat four is often parked in front of his North Wilkesboro condo.