• A Riverland Terrace Revitalization

    Once a practicing lawyer, Jon Goldfarb kissed his desk job goodbye 14 years ago and entered the world of commercial construction. In 2005, he transitioned to residential projects and began his own company, Riverland Builders. Recently, he had the opportunity to remodel a home for himself, his wife, Amanda, and his daughter, Ava. He met with […]

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  • Floor Coverings to Fit Your Lifestyle

    Kids and Chaos Carpeted floors and kids might not sound like a match made in heaven. What about stains and spills? But fear not—there are stain-resistant carpeting options designed to protect against everything from juice explosions to pet accidents. Countless styles and colors to choose from as well as a myriad of textures makes it […]

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  • Mastering the Grill

    To some, outdoor living means lounging on the beach, kayaking through the marsh, or sipping tea on the back porch. To one homeowner, the term outdoor living means being able to enjoy every moment of Charleston’s famous weather. After building his home on Isle of Palms, this particular homeowner approached Ken Good and his team at […]

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  • Ageless Design

    Dennis and Jan Murray married over forty years ago in 1973. After moving several times between Michigan, California, and Georgia, working in the medical field, and raising two children, the Murrays decided to relocate just once more to a slice of marsh-front land in Hollywood, South Carolina. “In our years of being married,” Dennis recalls, […]

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  • Outdoor Living with GDC Home

    It’s that time of year again—the weather is hot, the drinks are cold, and nothing screams summer more than relaxing out back on the patio. But why is it that outdoor seating never seems as comfortable or stylish as our carefully curated indoor spaces? GDC Home is helping put that issue to rest with their […]

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  • Refreshing Remodel

    Growing up in historical homes will develop an eye for well-constructed, classically beautiful domiciles. That’s exactly what Dana Todd has—an appreciation for the details that make ancestral abodes stand out from the rest. When it came time for her family to build in the early 2000s, she knew exactly what she wanted her residence to […]

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  • Looking Back, Planning Ahead

    Josh and Jean Soper moved from Richmond, Virginia to Daniel Island in 2007 when Josh’s company transferred him to the Lowcountry. They purchased a new coastal-style home that was nearly complete. Although they loved the house, the Sopers and their three daughters were outgrowing the space. They chose to stay on Daniel Island (because they […]

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