• Turning Heads

    One native upstate couple vows to build a forever home in Mt.Pleasant after seeing the local side of Charleston.   Lynn and Paul Turner have built a total of five houses over the course of their marriage and across several southeastern states. For many years, they called Raleigh their home before moving to Birmingham. But […]

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  • The Charleston Home + Design Show

      The Charleston Home+ Design team wants you to join us for the Charleston Home + Design Show! It is being held Friday, January 29th through Sunday 31st at the newly renovated Gaillard Center in Historic Downtown Charleston. Hands down, there is no venue more elegant and sophisticated to stage a home show in Charleston […]

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  • Brilliant Illumination

    The posh lighting fixtures in this Waterfront Park condo radiate high-end style and perfectly accompany the mid-century modern interior design. Looking out the living-room window, the homeowners of this downtown condo can survey one of the most picturesque landscapes in Charleston—Waterfront Park set in front of the harbor, Castle Pinkney, and Patriot’s Point. Peeking out the other […]

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  • Just Marbleous

    Known to many across the Lowcountry as “The Countertop Lady,” Julie Alfred of East Coast Granite & Design has helped innumerable clients choose the best countertops to fit their homes and their budgets. Perfect pairings, whether it’s a shirt and tie, wine and cheese, or even peanut butter and jelly (it’s all about the ratio), […]

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  • The Art of Angles

    West Ashley resident Monica Stobbs turns an outdated fifties brick bungalow into an Art Deco vision. Nestled on a quiet West Ashley street among brick façades, green lawns, and blooming gardens is a circa 1950 cottage with an inviting open door. First time homeowner and hostess Monica Stobbs waves from the doorway, her furry friend […]

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  • Early Islanders

    Homeowners Anne and Bill Stevens have been residing on Daniel Island for over twelve years; their second house in the area proves to be their best investment yet. In 1997, Daniel Island was little more than a rugged plot of paradise situated at the confluence of the Wando and Cooper Rivers. Early in the island’s […]

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