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Inside the Historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House of Art Collector and Author of The Art of Southern Charm

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CONTENTS

In Every Issue 50 58 60 62 65 68 70 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 92 98 247 258

Editor's Note Meet + Greet He Said / She Said Your Money's Worth Editors' Finds of the Season Hidden Treasure Homework Crafted in Charleston Greenhouse H2OME Learning the Lingo Top Five Ask the Experts Nature / Nurture Industry Profiles Project Files Shop Talk Until Next Time

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Features 118 Charleston Charmer

Art collector, reality television show personality, and socialite Patricia Altschul opens up to CH+D about her exciting life and styling her stunning home.

131 Home Tour Preview

Take a sneak peek at six gorgeous residences that will be on this year’s Daniel Island Luxury Home Tour on April 22.

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The Art of Window Treatments- Several local homeowners opened their doors to let the CH+D team photograph their show-stopping window treatments.

162 Beautiful Bathrooms

Browse through this collection of Lowcountry bathrooms to glean ideas and to enjoy the lovely design work of local professionals.

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237 Surprising Spaces

Look at some of the ways that an interior designer’s magic touch can transform any space from drab to fab.


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charleston HOME+DESIGN Publisher • Timothy A. Barkley

Production Editor • Laura Jones Editor • Erin Forbes Art Director • Patrick Brickman Graphic Designer • Colin Grey Voigt Director of Social Media • Sarah Lamb Production Coordinator • Corie Hall Editorial Interns • Shelby Davis, Tyler Herzog, Iliana Simmons, Brooke Summers & Devon Valastro

Advertising Director of Advertising & Special Events • Sherry Crawford Senior Account Manager & Assistant Event Director • Karly Cortes Account Manager • Heather Epps Sales Assistant • Susana Martin

Contact CharlestonHomeAndDesign.com Phone • (843) 577-7652 Fax • (843) 577-7654 Address • PO Box 22573, Charleston, SC 29413

Have something to say? We welcome your thoughts, ideas, and feedback. Send us an email at: info@newhomecharleston.com. See a QR code in the magazine? Scan it with your smart device to view video interviews featuring additional content. New Home Charleston (NHC) has not independently tested any services or products advertised herein and has verified no claims made by its advertisers regarding those services or products. NHC makes no warranties or representations and assumes no liability for any claims regarding such services or products. Readers are advised to consult with the advertiser and/or other home repair/renovation professionals regarding any such claims and regarding the suitability of an advertiser’s products. No reproduction of printed materials is permitted without the consent of the Publisher of Charleston Home + Design magazine. Copyright 2017 by New Home Charleston, Inc., all rights reserved.

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EDITOR’S NOTE

R esounding Energy

harnessing that momentum in numerous ways and want you to embrace the excitement of spring in order to start developing your household dreams. Throughout the pages of this issue, you’ll find hundreds of home ideas across the Lowcountry in our fabulous features as well as a preview of our spring events that we are hosting. Take a sneak peek at the homes that will be part of The Daniel Island Luxury Home Tour and read about our newly revamped Charleston Home + Outdoor Living Festival. Find inspiration amongst the pages of our Beautiful Bathrooms feature. Also, see how some interior designers have helped solve the design dilemmas of several Lowcountry homeowners. "Energy personified" would be one way to describe our cover story subject for this issue; Patricia Altschul recently opened the doors of her downtown mansion to the production team of Charleston Home + Design and shared her dynamic story. See how her home reflects her life

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story and read about her many upcoming plans. ne aspect of spring that I absolutely love is the

Throughout this issue I hope you find projects that tap

energy of the season. A motivating vibe perme-

into your spring motivation and mark your calendars for

ates the air this time of year; I suppose that is

our fun featured events.

what inspires all of the spring cleaning efforts and second chances on those long-gone New Year’s resolutions.

Laura Jones, Editor

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MEET + GREET

Primo Painter Since the early 2000s, Vladimir Silveira has been adding color throughout Charleston by painting beautiful custom homes. After coming to the Lowcountry to visit his sister from his homeland of Brazil in 2001, Vladimir fell in love with the area and decided to settle down and make it home. Over time, he has carved out a flourishing business here in his new country.

What brought you to Charleston? About 15 years ago my sister invited me to visit her. I was still living in Brazil then, but once I arrived, I fell in love with Charleston. I came just to check everything out and see her, but I ended up deciding to stay. How did you get into the painting business and eventually establish your own company? When I got here, I started working for another painting company. After two and a half years, my brother-in-law and I decided to start a business together; we did that for a few months, and then we went our own ways. From that opportunity though, I was able to start my own business and grow it. Now, I do about 90% residential work and the rest is commercial; of the residential work, most of what we work on is new construction custom homes. What can a client expect from you and VMS when they hire you? The first thing I do is have an honest conversation with the homeowner about the project and what we can do for them. I want our clients to be happy, so I come in with the

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mindset that their house is my house. Next, I take what the customer tells me that they want and I do my absolute best to make it happen. For me, the most important thing is to have satisified clients who will come back again for future projects and recommend my services to other people. Lastly, I always do follow ups and will come back and fix any touch-ups your home might need. What paint trends do you see in the Lowcountry? I get asked this all of the time. I always try to help my customers with color trends and take into consideration their design styles, but I also emphsize that regardless of my opinion, the final decision should be what they like. To answer your question though, most of the homeowners I work with like a neutral color for the main living areas of a house and then room-by-room pick different colors like a pink for a daughter’s room or a blue for a son. A lot of people are going with light grays and cream for wall paint and for trim, people like to stick with white and off white. For more information, call VMS Home Painting Experts at (843) 452-1860 or visit vmspainting.com.


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HE SAID / SHE SAID

The Ins and Outs of Selecting Floor Coverings Husband-and-wife team Rob and Kathy Bullock of Floor Coverings International of Charleston go head-to-head about today’s flooring options.

He Said:

She Said:

He Said: I prefer lighter colored hardwoods, for sure. They give the room a bright and open feel and bring in colors reminiscent of a warm sunset or sunny fall day. Lighter colors also are much better at hiding dust, dirt, and even minor surface scratches and normal wear and tear.

Hardwood Flooring: Dark or Light?

She Said: Dark hardwood flooring adds richness to a room. Many people think dark floors will make a room look too small, but the overall perception of a room is the combination of the colors on both the floor and the walls. Lighter wall colors are trending right now, too, so you can't go wrong with the contrast of a dark hardwood floor.

He Said: Many of the newer styles feature a degree of texture to the floor’s surface. From wire-brushing to heavy handscraping, this texture adds depth to the floors and, in the case of handscraping and chiseling, does a great job of hiding unintended dents and deeper scratches that can be incurred over time.

Smooth Finish or Handscraped Hardwood Floors?

She Said: I love a smooth, even finish on hardwood floors of just about any color. This type of finish will never go out of style. As a more traditional look, it will age gracefully over time and doesn’t require as much maintenance as people often assume, in terms of refinishing or polishing.

He Said: Unless you suffer from severe allergies, I love the coziness of carpeting that good, durable fibers like Anso Nylon or New Zealand wool bring to a bedroom. Carpet keeps noise from traveling throughout the house better than a hard surface floor, and it’s warm and soft underfoot when you step out of bed in the morning!

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Carpet or Hardwood in Bedrooms?

She Said: I prefer the look and continuity that installing hardwoods in the bedrooms brings to the entire home when they extend in from the living areas and hallways. Hardwoods also give you flexibility to change the décor of a bedroom by using area rugs to coordinate or contrast with the overall aesthetic design of the room.

For more information, call Floor Coverings International of Charleston at (843) 695-7801 or visit charleston.floorcoveringsinternational.com.


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YOUR MONEY'S WORTH

Examining the Benefits of the Heritage Pool Exclusive Technology

Heritage Pools, LLC is the only builder in the area that is able to use the I-Beam Brace technology, which has been specifically designed for Charleston’s frequent ground tremors, high water table, and unstable soils. The braces are placed underground every four feet around your pool’s walls and are then filled with concrete to create a stable, secure footing that will work with the decking system to eliminate lateral pressure and avoid bowing.

Lounging poolside tends to be a daydream most people have in the Lowcountry. To bring that dream to life you need to invest in a pool, which can be a large and exciting undertaking. We sat down with the folks at Heritage Pools, LLC to find out what makes their product so beneficial and unique. ambiance. The I-Beam Brace technology is all hidden beneath the ground so your pool can be designed in any shape, size, and depth. You can enjoy a custom pool that has features which aesthetically appeal to you and you can rest easy

Concealed Protection

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For more information, call Heritage Pools, LLC at (843) 762-3417 or visit swimhere.com.

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Proactive Savings

When looking to install a pool, consider it like any other long-term investment. Opt to implement a system that has been designed to safeguard your pool against a host of known problems, which plague the Lowcountry in order to ward off further costs down the road. Complications like popped pools, decking failures, bowing, boring insects, and numerous other troubles can be avoided with this system.

knowing that your investment has been designed with longevity in mind.

➍ The Anatomy of The Heritage PoolTM: ➊ Structural design resin, non-corrosive, non-conductive pool panel. ➋ Exclusive I-Beam Brace transfers over 10,000 pounds of the live load from your pool walls and decking to the footing eliminating lateral pressure on walls (bowing). ➌ Concrete Bonding System ➍ Rigid schedule 40 piping embedded in the bonding beam to protect from boring insects and termites.


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Editors'

Finds of the

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Te x t u r e d and Vibrant Accents for your Lowcountry Abode

Table and Décor Domain Interiors (843) 388-0328 domainmtp.com

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Fabric

Aiden Fabrics (843) 216-0008 aidenfabrics.com

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Sunburst Mirror

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Pendant Chandelier

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Local Artwork 13 by Morgan Cole Domain Interiors (843) 388-0328 domainmtp.com

Fur Chair 14

Terrace Oaks Antiques (843) 795-9689 terraceoaksantiques.com

Woven-Seated Stool 15 For the House: The Barstool Shop (843) 881-7073 thebarstoolshop.com

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White Patina End Table 16 My Rooms Funiture Gallery (800) 338-8534 myroomsfurnituregallery.com

Antique Tin Tile 17

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Palmetto Moon Antiques (843) 856-1881 pmoonantiques.com

Mercury Glass 18 Candle Holders

Antiques Market (843) 849-8850 antiquesmarketmall.com

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HIDDEN TREASURE

Infusing your home with charm can involve many different options. Crown moulding, mosaic tile floors, and wallpaper are a few of the bigger, more permanent decisions. Try mixing in gorgeous bits of antique glass into your décor for character that can be easily moved and rearranged. Add a splash of color to your shelves or spice up your bar with vintage glass pieces. Whether you find true Depression Glass or if you’ve tracked down a relic from an old soda shop, placing those pieces in your home exhibits your personal style and an appreciation for the past.

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HOMEWORK

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Camille Wish of Terrace Oaks Antiques Local collectors and travelers alike have been flocking to Charleston’s first antique mall ever since it opened in 1988. Camille Wish, who has owned and operated the mall since 2005, has always had an eye for special collections and a desire to share beautiful pieces with the world. Be it antique jewelry, wartime keepsakes, sports memorabilia, or authentic French furniture, Camille and her team keep a carefully curated assembly of

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In the entryway, Camille has displayed an antique black gateleg table with two collectible pictures of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels overhead, one of which is a portrait of her previous Cavalier, Daisy. The picture on the table is of her great grandfather, Charles Wish, who is holding her grandfather, Merrill Wish. The picture, she says, serves as a reminder of her roots.

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The dining room is home to what is probably Camille’s most sentimental collection—her godmother’s Staffordshire “Iris” flow blue china, which is circa 1880. The sterling napkin rings and goblets are also family pieces. Flower vases and other centerpieces are surrounded by a silver plate tea service given to her great grandmother in the 1900’s.

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One of Camille’s favorite aspects of being a collector are the stories that happen in the process of discovering new items and the history of the items themselves; like the time she stopped in the middle of traffic to buy a pair of gold gilt angel wings, that are now exhibited on the mantle. The “black glass” vases with enamel painting are circa 1860, and the glass is actually purple, not black.

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Camille’s piano is also styled with a fun find she discovered, which was a piece of sheet music that dates back to the 1860’s and is all in the original composer’s hand writing. She had this piece framed to preserve the paper as well as display both sides of the hand-written music. For more information, call Terrace Oaks Antiques at (843) 795-9689, visit terraceoaksantiques.com, or stop in to shop at 2037 Maybank Highway on James Island.

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Camille Wish, owner of Terrace Oaks Antiques

Photography by Patrick Brickman

choices for the avid antiquer. Recently, Camille opened her home to CH+D to share her personal collections.


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CRAFTED IN CHARLESTON The Craftspeople: Debbie and Scott Burriss

The Craft:

The SwivelSwing, invented in South Carolina by Debbie and her husband, Scott, is a ceiling attachment that a porch swing is hung from in order to enjoy views and swing while facing any direction.

The Backstory:

When Debbie and Scott couldn’t decide on which direction to hang their new porch swing, they gave it some thought. They wanted to be able to look out at the water in their backyard; they needed to watch their children play in the side yard; and they desired to face a third direction (which was the seating area on the porch) so that they could easily interact with guests. Since no standard porch swing has the capability to turn on its hooks, Scott, (who is an engineer) solved their “directional dilemma.” By combining a stationary and rotating steel bar and attaching it to the ceiling, the first SwivelSwing, was created. The bench swing’s chains were hooked on the ends and the swing was then able to rotate in a full circle so that all three views could be enjoyed. Since then, SwivelSwing has been enhanced to allow for 36 locking positions that secure it in place and still provide the swinging motion loved by porch dwellers.

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The SwivelSwing was invented right here in South Carolina, and is a sturdy combination of powder-coated steel to withstand the elements and an ingenius turnstile system. The simplicity of the swivel comes from the chain that hangs from the center to allow the adjustable bar to move. Whether you’re trying to enjoy the marsh views or swing along with a gentle breeze, simply pull the chain and push the swing around until you’ve found just the right spot. SwivelSwing can turn 360 degrees in either direction, so you’ll never miss an angle for any of those idyllic, porchsitting days.

For more information, call SwivelSwing at (843) 991-2345 or visit swivelswing.com.

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(top left) Scott installs the stationary and then the rotating pieces of the SwivelSwing on a sturdy beam. (top right) The swivel is so easy to use, even for kids. Just pull the chain and turn the swing. (right) Whether you wish to face guests on the porch or supervise children in the backyard, the SwivelSwing moves 360 degrees to keep the whole family happy and safe. (bottom

left) The mechanism itself is made of powder-coated steel, so it is super-strong and weather resistant. (bottom right) Steve and Debbie Burris with their sons Mason and Hayden.


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GREENHOUSE

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ore and more, Lowcountry homeowners are choosing to replace unsustainable building supplies with eco-friendly alternatives like fiber cement. Manufacturers such as Nichiha focus on creating fiber cement replacements for wood siding and brick; their specialized texturing is a one-of-a-kind finishing process, which allows homeowners to make the green choice without foregoing the natural look and finish of other materials. Nichiha has recently introduced a product called

Article by Shelby Davis • Photography by Patrick Brickman

Sustainable Wood Siding Alternative

VintageWood. With a built-in rainscreen and moisture management system, VintageWood is a great option for those conscientous homeowners who want to go green as much as possible. Whether you're building from the ground up or just looking to make some eco-friendly updates, consider opting for Nichiha’s eco-friendly fiber cement. For more information, call Nichiha at (770) 805-9466 or visit nichiha.com.

Article by Tyler Herzog • Photography by Patrick Brickman

Pleasant Pest Control

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One sure way to ruin the ambiance of a lovely evening is to experience an inundation of tiny pests like mosquitoes, fleas, and ticks. For an option to alleviate, or even eliminate, this yearround Lowcountry problem, try searching for an eco-friendly, pest-killing system. One such choice would be the MosquitoNix Green misting system. This 100% eco-friendly solution composed of all natural ingredients, such as cedar and peppermint oil as well as clove extract, is not only effective in ridding mosquitoes, ticks and fleas, but it is also safe to use around pets and children. Another bonus to this state-of-the-art MosquitoNix Green system is that it is nearly invisible to the eye and releases a subtle and natural fragrance. With this, you can finally relax outdoors in unbothered comfort. For more information, call MosquitoNix at (843) 619-3033 or visit mosquitonixcharleston.com.


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Story by By Tyler Herzog

H2OME

Stylish and Practical A simple rain shower in most places throughout South Carolina is

ideal material for homeowners to use in the Lowcountry since it is

nothing to worry about, but in Charleston, it can cause significant

weather resistant, durable, low maintenance, and fade resistant, not

flooding in a short amount of time. Because of sudden changes in the

to mention it is cool to the touch. The tile is available in natural stone

weather, many homeowners think they have to sacrifice beautiful

pavers, glass tile, and porcelain tile, so you won’t have to compromise

outdoor living spaces for function. Buckhannon Brothers Tile, on the

on personal style.

other hand, provides a quality tile that not only looks elegant, but it

For more information, call Buckhannon Brothers Tile at (843) 881-8911 or visit buckhannonbrothers.com.

is also designed to withstand excessive amounts of water. Tile is an

Classy While Pragmatic Tropical storms are an inevitable fact that homeowners living near the coast must prepare for. Most recently, Hurricane Matthew was the cause of a six-foot storm serge and 70 mile an hour winds responsible for damaging hundreds of homes. One way to dramatically minimize a storm’s impact is to consider louvered garage doors. Unlike most garage doors, Overhead Door Company’s aluminum doorframes and louvered boards allow for floodwater to escape, preventing the doors from damming up and blowing out. This means that homeowners no longer need to raise their garage doors just to release the trapped water, which poses a risk to the whole structure of the home. The doors are also custom made to Story by Iliana Simmons

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LEARNING THE LINGO

Knowledge is Power With solar panel usage growing in popularity in residential neighborhoods, an increasing number of homeowners are wondering about the benefits and plausibility of solar energy for their own property. Examine this feature to learn some general information to assist you with your inquiries.

The Basics

Benefits

Alternating Current: This is the usable energy that

Cost Coverage: Because of available South Carolina

your solar panels convert the sun’s rays into, thus turning it into direct current.

Direct Current:

Energy that flows strictly in one direction and is used in items like batteries.

The Grid:

Surplus electricity created by your panels transmits through an inverter and onto the main power system (the grid), earning you $1 in credit for every $1 of energy your home generates for the system.

Inverter:

A device that converts direct current into alternating current.

Property

Restrictions:

Some homes’ roof positioning and landscaping prevent solar panels from being a viable option.

tax credits and Federal tax credits, up to 55 percent of the cost of your system can be covered.

Energy Investment: Invest in a solar panel system that can reduce your power bill by 50 to 100 percent.

Net Meter: With SCE&G, you can earn $1 of credit for

every $1 worth of energy that your home produces for the grid.

Clean Power Source: Solar power is free and clear of CO2 emissions.

Fiscal Advantage:

Solar panels can increase the value of your property without raising your property tax.

Try Solar Energy In Your Home Sunview Solar (843) 532-9157 solarcharleston.com

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Southern Current (843) 277-2090 southerncurrentllc.com

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TOP FIVE

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Options to Curate an

Elegant Entryway

1 Chic Foyer Inspiration

Domain Interiors & Design (843) 388-0328 domainmtp.com

2 Euclid Orb by Hinkley

Carolina Lanterns & Lighting (843) 881-4170 carolinalanternsandlighting.com

3 Gold Starburst Candelabra (843) 849-7775 shopcandelabra.com

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Modernist Console GDC Home (843) 571-5142 gdchome.com

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ASK THE EXPERTS

Thomas Hellhoff

Mike Greer

Energy One America

Michael Greer Pools

If a person already has insulation or siding installed, are they still a good candidate for spray foam insulation?

What are some steps to making pools as maintenance free as possible?

Anybody can be a candidate for the most part, unless you have completely vaulted ceilings. When I come into a home, I typically go straight to the attic because that’s where you’ll get the most bang for your buck. That’s where you get all of the radiant heat coming in from the roof. It’s the air entering from the outside through the soffits and going up to the ridge that affects the rest of the air in your house. That air that comes in will travel throughout your home through interior walls all the way from your crawl space to your attic creating what is known as the stack effect. We want to stop as much of the air penetration to your home as possible. Spray foaming your attic underneath of the roof sheathing and closing off the soffits will encapsulate it, bringing it to a very comfortable condition, and giving you better energy efficiency. For more information, call Energy One America at (843) 388-6260 or visit energyoneamerica.com.

Creating a low-maintenance pool is a definite possibility, especially with today’s technology. I’m the exclusive dealer for Paramount’s PVR3 in-floor cleaning and re-circulation system; this is the latest technology in in-floor cleaning. I’m working with UV and ozone options to cut down or even eliminate the use of chlorine. We are trying to do everything we can to minimize the impact of chlorine on a pool system. We would like to focus on UV and Ozone as being the primary sanitizer while making salt our backup system; this is truly the best of both worlds. The way homeowners can check their pool water is becoming easier as well. Gone are the 'old-timey' liquid test kits. Now the pool owner can use a single test strip to determine their chemistry readings in one simple fashion.

For more information, call Michael Greer Pools at (843) 607-4739 or visit michaelgreerpools.com.

Mike Thompson

Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

How energy efficient and “green” oriented are lighting systems and are retrofitting options available to help a homeowner in that regard? The systems we use to illuminate the front and landscape features of your home are incredibly energy efficient because we use LED lighting systems. For example, a home can run a 60-light system and only see an increase of about $.50 on their power bill per month at the most even if they are running it from dusk until dawn every day. That same system using halogen bulbs instead of LED ones at the same rate of usage would cost somebody around $10-$15. If a homeowner wants to go green, he or she can look into updating any system through our company; it is better for energy efficiency and savings to upgrade to LED in the long run. Our team can clean and upgrade an existing system regardless as to whether or not we originally installed it. It’s one of my pleasures to go into a system and really clean it up and make it look beautiful again. For more information, call Outdoor Lighting Perspectives at (843) 412-5874 or visit charleston.outdoorlights.com.

These questions originated from our radio show: now in our eighth year, Talking About a Home, a home show on the radio, airs every Saturday from 1pm to 2pm on 94.3 WSC-FM and online at 943wsc. com. You may also listen to archived radio interviews on our website, charlestonhomeanddesign.com.

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NATURE / NURTURE

Blooming Barrier

Artistic Partition

Green Gateway

Wildflower Way

Utilize the blank canvas along your fence for growing your own herbs or to craft a colorful escape.

Strategically place cascades of plant growth to create a dramatic, textured effect in any setting.

Combine native flowering plants at the base of a fence for a bright, finished space that’s perfect for relaxing.

For more information, call REMARK Landscape Architecture at (843) 952-7817 or visit remarkstudiollc.com.

Brilliantly Bright

Well-Lit Walkway

Accentuated Trees

Shine Bright

Choose subtle rail lighting to illuminate all of your frequently used paths, even when the firepit isn’t in use.

Play up your home’s natural surroundings with bright highlights to complete your picturesque abode.

Your home deserves to be seen in night or day, so choose strategic lighting to show off and provide safety.

For more information, call Outdoor Lighting Perspectives at (843) 412-5874 or visit charleston.outdoorlights.com.

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Top-Notch Topography

Posh Planter

Structured Drive

Bend and Twist

Arrange a large planter with thrillers (like this sky pencil holly), fillers, and spillers to emphasize the aspects of the planter as well as its atmosphere.

Simplify your driveway with a sprawling lawn and a functional paver-clad area to keep recycling bins out of the way.

Add interest to your plant beds with layers like gentle curves, ground-covering bushes, and tall palm trees.

For more information, call Charleston Landscape at (843) 296-7592 or visit charlestonlandscape.com.

Shade or Shine

Colorful Chairs

Herringbone Pavers

Winding Trails

Comfy and vibrant, these Adirondack chairs are perfect for summer sunning or a fall firepit and come in every shade imaginable.

Installing pavers in a special pattern creates dimension and texture in your hardscape. Add tea olive plants for a year-round aroma.

Rounded power corners along pathways add a unique facet to your outdoor spaces. Plant boxwood bushes nearby to define the route.

For more information, call Stacks Nursery at (843) 832-4796 or visit stacksnursery.com.

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Waterfall Bliss

Charming Cascade

Growing Greenery

Stones & Succulents

Build your oasis by adding a water feature with a wide variety of plants and a conglomeration of stones and pebbles for a natural appearance.

For the most impact, surround your water feature with a variety of leafy plants, groundcovering plants, and mid-height plants, like succulents, that can fill in the middle spaces.

Make sure to surround your Echeveria runyonii (or Topsy Turvy) succulents with special, fast-draining soil, since they don’t like too much water.

For more information, call HLG Growers at (843) 901-4862 or visit hlggrowers.com.

Paver Paradise

Splendid Surfaces

Feathery Ferns

Established Entry

This three-piece Belgard Lafitt Rustic Slab paver design creates an outdoor area for homeowners to enjoy a multi-purpose space for any season or occasion.

Spruce up your outdoor space with coordinating furniture and a myriad of planters, like these thrilling ferns in different varieties.

Define certain areas of your hardscapes with a wall and cap, like this Belgard Tandem wall with tower and matching cap.

For more information, call Just Hardscape & Design at (843) 761-3410 or visit justhardscape.com.

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Pretty Promenade

Planting Hearty

Classy Cascade

Ivory Beauty

To keep your bushes healthy, make sure to trim them at their preferred time of year. Combine their height with colorful perennials, like your favorite type of narcissus.

Blend crushed oyster shells with brick outlines for a chic path around your picture-perfect fountain feature.

Plant lovely gaura flowers, also known as whirling butterflies, for a delicate accent to your greenery.

For more information, call DIG Landscapes at (843) 327-4372 or visit diglandscape.net.

Luscious Limbs

Natural Nirvana

Healthy, Wealthy & Wise

Beauteous Bulwark

Because Live Oaks can thrive for hundreds of years if properly maintained, it’s vital to care for every aspect of their health by scheduling regular inspections.

Encircle your hardscape area with a low stone wall to add volume and definition to your yard, as well as a prominent place for fun surrounding plants.

For more information, call Schneider Tree Care at (843) 300-5200 or visit schneidertree.com.

For more information, call Accu-Brick at (843) 821-0121 or visit accu-brick.com.

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Building Blocks

Company: Nautilus Company Credentials: Bill Payzant has lived his whole life on the coast and has worked in the home construction industry for his entire career. Bill founded the Nautilus Company in 2010 and assembled a knowledgeable team with decades of construction experience. Among other awards, the company won the Prism Award in 2015 for exceptional craftsmanship.

What were some of the requirements that the homeowners had for this space? The homeowners wanted a legacy home that was a long-term investment. They wanted to utilize newer technology to create a home that was lower maintenance and energy efficient. To accomplish this, we incorporated numerous features including low maintenance materials like composite decking and an efficient, high-tech air filter.

What are your favorite elements of this house?

My favorite elements of this house are the main living area and all of the attention to detail that was put into it. We built the kitchen and living area so there would be a fluidity between indoor and outdoor living. The alignment in this room is very precise—most people won’t notice this level of detail, but I do and I require it in all of my homes.

What were some of the challenges that you overcame throughout this project? Building in the coastal climate, moisture and humidity always present a challenge. This project was especially difficult because we started lot clearing during Charleston's historic flooding in October of 2015. It was critically important that we protect the site and all of the materials.

How does this home reflect the work of Nautilus Company? We are not just building a house; we are building your home. This home is a great example of the details that we believe make a truly exceptional home—from the alignment and spacing of the outlets to the custom-built oven hood the homeowner envisioned. We want homeowners to be wowed every time they enter their house; this is what makes a Nautilus home. For more information, call Nautilus Company at (843) 647-6224 or visit nautilusco.com.

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Architects + Archetypes

Company: Swallowtail Architecture Credentials: Rachel Burton has been an architect her entire adult life, but she never thought she would be designing buildings. Her first love was landscape architecture. Fortunately, she discovered her passion for structures. She settled in South Carolina in 2001, where she began her own architectural design firm.

During this remodel, what vision did you and the homeowners work together to accomplish? The homeowners and I wanted to maximize the views and provide better access to the elevated pool and outdoor pavilion. Before the renovation, the rooms all faced inward, despite how the shape of the house wrapped around the pool.  In addition, our goal was to undertake an overall renovation to better meet the needs of modern family living by creating a large  dining room and updating the kitchen, and we also worked together to craft a master suite with luxurious textures that contains a spa-like bathroom.   

What were some of the challenges you faced when redesigning this home?

Renovations come with a unique set of challenges. One main obstacle is that you have an existing home that will require upgrading, as well as repairs; because the home is finished, it is impossible to know the full extent of those repairs until you start the construction process. We worked with the builder to establish a reasonable budget before we began, and then reviewed the situation on site when any repairs became apparent. This home is a prime example of finding that sweet spot of balancing the budget, meeting the homeowners’ goals, and creating an elegantly functional, island home.

What are the most unique features of this home? The biggest feature of this home is the new dining room, created out of an unused porch. The new dining room allows the homeowners to gather the family and share a meal together. In addition, the large storefront windows provide a view throughout the home, from the front door as well as the living room, which fully integrates the indoor and outdoor living spaces. For more information, call Rachel Burton of Swallowtail Architecture at (843) 885-9400 or visit swallowtailarchitecture.com.

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Photography by Jim Sommerset

Architect: Rachel Burton, AIA, OAA, LEED AP & BD&C


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Inspired Interiors

Company: Alexandre Fleuren Interiors Credentials: Alexandre graduated from the University of Georgia with a Housing degree and a passion for redesigning spaces. Since then, she has worked as a consultant to designers and has been exposed to everything from historic preservation to financial planning. After 23 years of design experience, she opened her own full-service design studio here in Charleston in 2006.

Why was it important to hire an interior designer for this project? There are so many reasons to hire a designer. Most people have some idea of what they don’t like. However, very few clients have ideas about what they do like. I spend a lot of time asking questions because I want to give clients a stylish room, but also a room that is uniquely about them. It’s funny, when my work is photographed, I don’t see the rooms; I see the clients. I believe my work should result in a room that reflects my amazing clients, not me.

What is your favorite feature of this master suite?

My favorite feature of the master suite is the stunning lacquered green walls. They are gorgeous in sunlight, lamplight, and even on a cloudy day. They have a depth of color that is unique to a lacquered finish. Suzanne Allen created the finish from a color I found that reminded me of walks in the woods. The owner loves to hike and explore nature, and this color is reminiscent of being in a deep forest with the sunlight streaming in through the trees above.

How can quality interior design help homeowners stay organized and prevent costly mistakes? Designers can save you so many headaches! We anticipate and solve problems before they develop. Whether it is scheduling, procurement, installations, color selections, budgeting, or design choices, we are able to coordinate the processes and make decisions so homeowners can go about their daily life and come home to a finished, polished space created just for them. For more information, call Alexandre Fleuren Interiors at (843) 437-1396 or visit designafi.com.

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Story by Laura Jones • Photography by Colin Grey Voigt

Fabulous Farmhouse When this expanding family decided to build a new home, they opted to create a design style that paid homage to their new surroundings, and meticulously chose each detail along the way.

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Electric Colonial lanterns with a green patina finish flank the exterior doors of this Awendaw home.

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(left) Matching glass table lamps illuminate the buffet. The styling of these two pieces was picked to reflect the farmhouse chic aesthetic that the homeowners desired. (right) Three crystal pendant chandeliers are a stunning focal point in this Lowcountry dining room. The cage shape of the elegant lighting fixtures gives a nod to the farmhouse style without the look stretching too far.

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fter living in their Park West home for many years, these homeowners decided it was time for a change. Once they realized that Awendaw’s farm town vibe felt like home to them, they began building a new house for their growing family. Using the neighboring horses for inspiration, the couple set out to build their dream luxury farmhouse. When Shannan Payne Preston, ALA Lighting Specialist from Carolina Lanterns & Lighting, got wind that her friend was looking to create a new home for her and her family, she immediately wanted to help. “Shannan was with me from the beginning of the process,” adds the homeowner. “From

the initial planning she worked with me. Since I already basically knew what I wanted, Shannan tried throughout the process to get everything that I needed.” This dynamic planning duo took to modern communication to make the process of finding the perfect inspiration for each space of the house easier. “Once we started brainstorming and doing the initial electrical design, we immediately started sharing Pinterest boards. This outlet allowed us to create various boards for the project and share back and forth concepts and ideas,” explains Shannan. She and the homeowner went through the showroom initially and developed a starting plan. From there, they gleaned more

ideas and shared pictures on Pinterest boards and either found the product that they desired or had it made. The meticulous focus on the lighting plan of this home helped to drive the “Lowcountry rustic, shabby chic, and slightly French farmhouse” look that the homeowner strove for with this property. In every room, hallway, and entrance in this Awendaw abode, the attention to detail with the lighting scheme is evident. Immediately upon pulling up into the extended driveway, classic gas lamps, which blend seamlessly with the aesthetics, greet you and light the way. Once the front door opens, visitors are welcomed with two custom lighting fixtures, which show-

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(left) A Steven Shell Living vanity and a custom lighting fixture work together perfectly in this guest bathroom. They complement the farmhouse style of the home. (right) Custom chandeliers were created by the team at Carolina Lanterns & Lighting with the help of the homeowner. Every element, from the shape and size to the screws and patina shade, was specifically selected. (inset) Shannan Payne Preston of Carolina Lanterns & Lighting

case the thoughtfulness of the Carolina Lanterns & Lighting team’s efforts. “Since this room is both a living room and foyer, without clearly defined barriers, we couldn’t pick just any lighting for this room; the piece had to be wide and short so it would fill a space and people could still walk under it,” Shannan described. “To solve this problem, I contacted our coppersmith and asked him to make something specific to our size needs and style, and he did it!” The personalized touches on the pieces continued into precise selection of fasten-

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ers and the manmade patina finish. With careful planning and open lines of communication, these homeowners were able to work with the professionals at Carolina Lanterns & Lighting to bring to fruition all of their plans and style goals. From the grand chandelier in the kitchen to the farmhouse bathroom vanity lights, no fixtures went unexamined. v For more information, call Carolina Lanterns & Lighting at (843) 881-4170 or visit carolinalanternsandlighting.com.

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE Company: Carolina Lanterns & Lighting Project Type: Lighting Design Location: Awendaw See additional photos and watch a brief interview by scanning the code below or visiting charlestonhomeanddesign.com.


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Verdant Vegetation A certain Daniel Island homeowner called upon REMARK Landscape Architecture to create her personal oasis.

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Story by Erin Forbes • Photography by Patrick Brickman

(above) A huge agave plant surrounded by muhly grass makes a western statement along the front walkway, as a nod to the homeowner’s Colorado roots. Charleston Landscape and Nite Lites of Charleston helped provide the flora and the landscape lighting for this project. (below) A three-tiered window box filled with annuals and perennials accents the modern railing on the façade of the house.

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ailing from an area in Colorado that is nearly 2,000 miles away from the Lowcountry, one Daniel Island homeowner sought to create her own slice of paradise around her family’s new home when it was time to move. Once she had her blueprints in hand, she revisited JR Kramer of REMARK Landscape Architecture, whom she had met at Charleston Home + Design’s home show on Daniel Island several months before. JR and his team at REMARK worked with the homeowner to plan a landscape that was both aesthetically pleasing and balanced with Daniel Island’s microclimate. “Our first conversation was a fun

one, because even though she had a list of plants she wanted to incorporate, most won’t grow in the Lowcountry. We worked beyond that to find a great balance of her contemporary, Coloradowestern style with native species and even a few nonnative, non-invasive plants,” explains JR. As a landscape architect, one of the most important parts of JR’s designs is incorporating indigenous plants that thrive in Charleston, as well as maintaining the balance of the ecosystem. “Just putting plants in the ground can be detrimental to the plant and the overall microclimate,” says JR. Once the visual goal was established, JR and his team

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had a blast creating a unique landscape. He adds, “We pretty much had creative free reign, so we put our thinking caps on to blend the landscapes with the hardscapes for a seamless overall picture.” They drew plans for a special driveway that is separated into a geometric design by dark pebbles, then merged that visual with sprawling muhly grass. A walkway with modern retaining walls and a similar geometric scheme leads from the driveway up to the front stoop.

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For this project in particular, JR’s challenges included choosing plants that deer wouldn’t destroy, that would create a contemporary visual to meet the homeowner’s request, and that would flourish on Daniel Island. One special element that JR and the homeowner loved was the giant agave plant that serves as a design anchor and makes a big statement. Together, they also chose several varieties of non-invasive plants that are not native to Charleston, like the aza-


(inset) JR Kramer of REMARK Landscape Architecture (above left) A tipi provides relaxing shade and is surrounded by non-native azaleas that will grow and fill together to provide privacy and beautiful blooms. (above right) The homeowner and her family love to watch her colorful lawn sculptures turn when moved by the wind. (bottom right) A simple, modern stairway leads from the backyard to the back door.

leas located near the garage and around the tipi in the backyard.

ambiance that the homeowner and guests can enjoy for years to come.

Throughout the landscape, both the homeowner’s western panache and JR’s indigenous arrangements meld to create a unique and delightful

For more information, call REMARK Landscape Architecture at (843) 952-7817 or visit remarkstudiollc.com.

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Lofty Expectations The endless possibilities offered by Maxtrix Kids Rooms changed the way one Daniel Island family shopped for their children’s furniture.

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Story by Erin Forbes • Photography by Patrick Brickman

(left) A castle style loft bed allows for plenty of play space for this Lowcountry princess. (above) Twin beds, lofted and set up in an L-shape, leave ample space for desks below and floor room to play. (bottom) Storage is rarely a problem with a Maxtrix system. These homeowners chose staircase storage for their sons’ bedroom to keep toys and clothes organized.

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efits of choosing a Maxtrix system for their children. “Our beds alone have over 22,000 different configurations and combinations,” explains Anne. “We like to describe them as LEGO pieces because each part of the bed, and the accessories for it fit together seamlessly for an effortless look that any kid can enjoy. The whole system is adjustable over time, so it also grows with your son or daughter to evolve with their changing needs.” These Daniel Island parents (with the input of their children) chose two very different styles of the same system for their kids’ respective rooms. In the boys’ room, a chestnut finish with blue and red bedding creates the idea of young adults. Two separate beds, arranged in an L-shape corner loft, provide plenty of space for their desks underneath. As a seven and nine year-old, they need ample areas to spread out CH+D • Spring 2017

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way out of bed in the morning, and stairs on the side of that slide make it an all-day activity. Decorative panels create the princess-castle theme, but they can be easily removed down the road when the daughter is older and requires a more mature space.

Nearly every little girl’s dream comes true with the slide castle bed that this fortunate five year old gets to sleep and play in every day. “This bed is one of our most popular, and for good reasons,” Anne declares. The lofted bed leaves space for a play area underneath where she hosts tea parties with her teddy bears every day. As a new product, the slide affords an easy

Whether parents are shopping for new kids furniture, or planning to update a current Maxtrix system, each member of the family can have fun by helping to create a personalized, fun, and functional space for their ever-changing needs. v

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE Company: Maxtrix Kids Rooms Project Type: Furniture & Décor Location: Daniel Island

See additional photos and watch a brief interview by scanning the code below or visiting charlestonhomeanddesign.com.

For more information, call Maxtrix Kids Rooms at (843) 416-8376 or visit maxtrixkidsrooms.com.

(above left) Each piece of the Maxtrix system fits together perfectly and is completely customizable. They also make matching desks and chairs, like this chestnut set, in order to coordinate with the bed. (inset) Anne Jensen of Maxtrix Kids Rooms (above right) These removable panels come in all kinds of themes and can easily be removed when your son or daughter outgrows the style.

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Lasting Looks For a flawless finish that will stand the test of time, these Charleston homeowners enlisted the services of NHance Wood Renewal.

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ll it needs is a fresh coat of paint,” tends to be the go-to adage when looking at fixer-upper projects or homes. For these Wadmalaw homeowners, they came to the realization that there were several hefty projects that required fixing up. Instead of trying to take on all of the extensive work themselves, and in lieu of traditional paint, these homeowners enlisted the help of Ben Heckman and his team of professionals at NHance Wood Renewal. Because of the special curing process

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that NHance utilizes when refinishing cabinets and hardwood floors, the time and work the homeowners had to put in was minimal. “The process we use, in reality, is one dentists and manicurists have been using for years and we have adapted and transformed it into something that homeowners can benefit from,” explains Ben. The UV curing finish is hit with a bright light to instantly cure it after the finish dries for approximately 90 minutes. With a significantly reduced downtime, often homeowners can get back to using their home

as normal within the same day. For this particular Lowcountry project, a good chunk of time was put into prep work and attention to detailing. “When I came to look at the cabinets for the first time, the previous owner had painted them over top of something, which made the situation worse,” describes Ben. “We had to strip all of that off and start over. It was a lengthy process, but the end product came out phenomenal.” In this home, the homeowners and Ben worked together to pick colors that


Story by Laura Jones • Photography by Patrick Brickman

(left) “Ultra Pure White” and “Winter Way” are the two Behr paint colors that helped to bring new life to this kitchen. All of the cabinet surfaces were refinished using NHance’s special curing finish. (top) Removable doors and drawers can be taken to a second location for painting to reduce work time in the home. (bottom) The dental moulding of this entertainment center took over seven hours to paint. (inset) Ben Heckman from NHance Wood Renewal

would work best for this project. Since all four pieces that NHance refinished were within eyesight of each other, careful consideration had to go into effect. “When you look through the window that leads from the kitchen into the living room, you can see the entertainment center and kitchen cabinets all at once and it becomes a cohesive look. Before, the entertainment center was a knotty pine with a rustic feel, but it didn’t match with the rest of the house,” Ben points out. “By changing it to a contemporary white color, we extended the style into the future.”

The UV curing process allowed homeowners to use so much white without the fear of yellowing. With thousands of colors to choose from and many natural wood shades, finding a hue to blend with your home shouldn’t be a problem; the only problem might be narrowing down your choices with so many quality options!v

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE Company: NHance Wood Renewal Project Type: Remodel Location: Wadmalaw See additional photos and watch a brief interview by scanning the code below or visiting charlestonhomeanddesign.com.

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Smart & Stylish Storage Two Ravenel homeowners called on Lowcountry Monkey Bars to help them with a much-desired organization system in their new home’s garage.

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ow often does the average American homeowner clean out their garage? When he or she trips over a stray toy or baseball bat? Maybe once every spring? In many cases, garages are the most neglected room of the house, though the reasons vary from homeowner to homeowner. Christine Garland and her husband declared enough to more garage chaos when they recently purchased their home in Ravenel. Both agreed that the garage was the first step in keeping everything organized during the move and afterward. Chris Cobb, of Lowcountry Monkey Bars, was her first point of con-

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tact before it was time to move. “Christine called me for a walk-through and free-estimate of their new-construction home, and it was plain from our conversation that she and her husband were downsizing and wanted to keep things much simpler this time,” says Chris.

the garage. “It’s a question most people don’t really consider until I ask them,” Chris explains. “But it’s the most important part of determining which components of the Monkey Bars system will create the most functional environment for the homeowners.”

Chris and the team at Monkey Bars joined forces with the professionals at Carolina Flooring Specialists to finish the floors with their signature showroom-style, industrial-grade, polymer floor. From there, Chris worked with Christine to figure out how she and her husband planned to use

A Monkey Bars storage system is completely customizable. Homeowners can choose anything from storing just a few things on the wall, to installing a system that keeps everything off the garage floor, including cabinets with a corrosion resistant finish and locks to keep humid


Story by Erin Forbes • Photography by Patrick Brickman

(above left) Every four feet of the Monkey Bars shelving can hold up to 1,000 pounds. (above right) What better way to store fishing rods than in a customized holder in a convenient corner? Just add a little décor for a finished look. (bottom right) Sort your garden tools by height to find them easily and maintain safety. (inset) Chris Cobb of Lowcountry Monkey Bars

weather at bay and children safe from dangerous chemicals. The Garlands selected a practical combination for their lifestyle. First was the organization of their long-term storage items, which are stowed in bins on the top shelves and don't need to be frequently accessed. Then, they styled a system for the more every-day items like bikes, garden tools, and even a small, separate system for fishing rods.

With such a simple, clean storage system, Christine and her husband won’t ever have to cringe or put on battle gear before entering their garage. They can both rest easy, knowing there’s a place for everything and everything will be in its place. v

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Bountiful Benefits Clearing out and encapsulating your oft forgotten crawlspace yields significant results, like in the case of this Mt. Pleasant homeowner who saw significant improvements in her health after the pros at All Pro Crawlspace Solutions came to the rescue.

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some damage from the 1,000 Year Flood and Hurricane Matthew and there was a lot of moisture underneath,” explains Jeremy Kouba from All Pro Crawlspace Solutions. “We had to pull everything out, clean it, and then encapsulate the space with a thick plastic to keep the area watertight as well as airtight. Since moisture had been such a problem down here, we placed a dehumidifier with an electronic monitor.”

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they immediately adjusted everything to come out and help me,” explains Pat. Almost instantly the problem was spotted. “This particular crawlspace had seen

Here in the Lowcountry, moisture is a common problem for many homeowners and a crawlspace is one of the most common places humidity can be trapped. This typically two to four-foot-tall space underneath some houses contains much of the home’s functional processes, like plumbing, and is often filled with standard insulation. It was in that insulation that most of Pat’s problems were hiding.


(above) Encapsulating your crawlspace is another way to add value to your home. (below) Heavy plastic sheets are placed to make a crawlspace airtight and watertight.

Pat isn’t the only homeowner who has felt better after having her home’s crawlspace cleared and encapsulated. She and other homeowners have sought the benefits of this process. “It is an investment in your house as well as in your health. After we are done, we have a lot of homeowners call us and tell us how much better their allergies and breathing in general have become since we worked on their home,” adds Jeremy. “In addition, this is aesthetically pleasing and acts as another piece of curb appeal.”v

VIDEO EXCLUSIVE Company: All Pro Crawlspace Solutions Project Type: Remodel Location: Mt. Pleasant

See additional photos and watch a brief interview by scanning the code below or visiting charlestonhomeanddesign.com.

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Once Patricia Altschul decided to get back to her southern roots, she set her sights on the Isaac Jenkins Mikell House. Find out more about this dynamic woman and the work that went into renovating her downtown Charleston mansion.

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“Michael, it’s time for my medicine,” or “One cannot drink cheap wine in the heat,” represent only two of the many verbal gems that turned Patricia Altschul into a breakout star on Bravo’s Southern Charm. Long before her son, Whitney Sudler-Smith, created and produced the show that brought her wit to the masses, Patricia garnered a lot of respect and attention throughout the art world as well as many New York social circles and philanthropic realms. After concluding that the New York weather could no longer be tolerated, Patricia decided to move back down south and return to her roots. She purchased an 1854 home, which once served as the Charleston Free Library for nearly 30 years, that felt like the perfect place to settle into her new life in Charleston. From the second Patricia blessed my television screen with her presence on Southern Charm, I put her on a pedestal. After sitting down and talking with her, I realized I was all wrong; the pedestal needed to be taller and needed a chintz-covered royal thrown on top of it for her to relax in while she sipped a martini. Her status hasn’t risen in my mind after seeing her lifestyle first hand; she elevated to a new level after sharing much of her life story, her successes, and experiencing how humble and kind she is. Patricia, and of course her butler Michael and pack of precious pups, were gracious enough to give a few of us at Charleston Home + Design magazine a personal tour of her downtown home and answer many questions about how she became the woman that she is today.

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I’m so excited to hear that you are a fellow Richmond, Virginia native. I’d love to hear about your life growing up in the Commonwealth. My life in Virginia was like elsewhere in the 1950s. It was like Happy Days, Leave it to Beaver, or Father Knows Best. We would walk to places at night. We shopped in iconic Richmond department stores like Miller & Rhoads and Thalheimers. We would eat in the tearoom. Ladies and gentlemen would wear gloves. Montaldo’s was there, which was a very fancy dress shop. I

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remember when I was 16 or 17 my parents let me get a black dress for a party and I felt like the most sophisticated person in the world because nobody at that age had a dress from there. I don’t know why my parents let me, but I felt like a siren in my black dress. Of course, with it, I wore Mary Janes, pearls, and little white gloves.

over the city and went to Byrd Park. It was very relaxed, easy, fun, and safe. It was the last age of innocence in the 50s. It was nice growing up in Richmond.

All of that sounds so quintessentially Richmond!

It started when I went to St. Catherine’s for just a minute. My parents quickly did not approve of St. Catherine’s. I came home one day and my parents asked me what I learned at school that

Oh, yes! Very Richmond and I loved growing up there. We rode bicycles all

I’ve read that education has been an important part of your life. Can you tell us a little bit more of how that track got started for you?


(left) Patricia’s home is the Isaac Jenkins Mikell House, which once acted as the Charleston Free Library for nearly 30 years. (right) Classic Charleston gas lamps anchor the iron gate to Patricia’s downtown mansion. High fences with thick greenery help provide a little privacy from the carriage ride tour groups that pass by daily to catch a glimpse of this stately abode.

day and I told them that I learned how to pour tea and we had elocution. There was very little academic concern at that school so my parents then enrolled me at Marymount. French nuns, who were very tough academically, ran this school and I was there until I graduated in the eighth grade. For high school, I was sent away to a Quaker boarding school. Also, I always went to riding camp in the Shenandoah Mountains.

That sounds like a great educational foundation. How did that impact you as you later went on to George Washington University? The Quaker boarding school and French nuns gave me such a good education. I was studying physics, architectural history, and I had learned some Russian, so that by the time I got to George Washington (GW) I studied very hard,

but it was easy for me. I graduated cum laude and I got a Smithsonian fellowship. I worked for Decorative Arts in the History and Technology Building. That started my love for the decorative arts as well as art history. While at GW, I earned a master’s degree in both Art History and Archaeology. Oh, and I was married the entire time I was doing all of this. I got married when I was 20.

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(left) Careful craftsmanship went into this home renovation. Hand painted floors were one of Patricia’s must haves when putting her personal touch on this house. This hand painted work can be seen in the faux marbling on the walls as well. (above) Patricia’s drawing rooms showcase many of her thoughtfully curated pieces of artwork and have been specifically staged and styled by her interior designer.

How did you balance being a wife and being so successful and ambitious as a student? My husband [L. Hayes Smith], who was about five years older, was already successful when I married him. He was the head of Dun & Bradstreet and had earned his MBA. I did a lot of the case studies for his business. At this time, I was in my academic period and I loved it. I had a good time doing everything. In addition, I had two houses that I ran. I did so by having other people manage everything so I could study. When it comes to domestic arts, I know how to do everything, and you can’t really run a house if you don't personally know how things should be done, but I was not domestic. I still don’t like to cook. I can, but I don’t like to. Sitting here in your stunning home, it is clear that you have

wonderful taste. How did your education in art history and time at GW influence your design style and you in general? The study influenced which periods of art I liked. I found that I liked the 19th century, up until 1960. When I started teaching at GW, they gave me the introductory courses, because I was still in graduate school. First, I was given all of the freshmen who were required to take Art 101, and then I taught the Survey of Western Art. After I taught for a while, they gave me Contemporary Art, which ended with the 60s, because well, we were in the 60s. Andy Warhol was kind of the end of contemporary art. It didn't go any farther. After teaching for so many years, I founded a company called Arcadia, Inc. I worked with a scholar and we were

given the opportunity to build a collection of American, late 19th century art. My job was to go around to all of the different auctions, art galleries, and private dealers here and in Europe to find the paintings for this particular collection. After a while, other collectors and museums came to me to find things for them as well. That sounds exciting and like a lot of fun. I know you didn’t keep this business going long-term. Did you have it when you transitioned to New York? No, I remarried in 1989. I was living with my husband on his motor yacht and we went all over the world on that. I lost contact with people in the art world, and if you don’t keep up with it, you lose it. At the time, the Japanese were buying French Im-

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(above) This antique Zuber wallpaper has traveled with Patricia to five different homes. It is lined with muslin so that it can be transported. If you look carefully, two of her former pets, Lily and Sally, are painted into this Revolutionary War scene. (inset) This scene actually depicts West Point and the artists placed famous Revolutionary War scenes on it.

pressionists and that wasn’t my specialty, so I was happy for a rest. Whitney was away studying at that point; I think he was at Oxford when I got married. So, I basically closed down the company when I remarried. I was always on the board and I always looked for pieces for other people, but I just didn’t have a formal organization. I’m sure letting go of the dayto-day business must’ve been difficult, but at least you were able to still stay involved in the art community. After stepping back, how did you dive back in again? Well, I still kept up with my field and stayed involved more with that end. I continued to go to the auctions and would still buy and sell things at auction. I remarried [Arthur Altschul] in 1996. He was on the board of every major museum in New York. He actually started the Whitney Museum with Flora Biddle Whitney. He started almost all of the organizations at the Metropolitan

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Museum and he was always listed as one of the top 20 collectors in the United States. It was a great education for me and we had that in common. The years that we were together, we were all over the place going to auctions. It wouldn't matter if it was Grosvenor House in London or a flea market; he was always on the hunt and it was great and really fun. I learned a lot from him. That sounds like such an exciting life. You’ve said that you spent a lot of time at art auctions. What are they like and what sort of bidder are you? Are you ever an impulsive purchaser? It’s funny you ask, because I bought something at auction while they were filming Southern Charm this season and I don’t know if they are going to use it or not. Anyway, you have to know what you’re doing when you bid at auction. I, first of all, have a definite taste of things that I like and collect. When I see


something that I like, I call the auction house and speak to the curator of that department and I get a condition report and have a discussion about it. If I’m not in the place wherever I’m bidding, I do a phone bid, where they call me and I bid over the phone.

and if you’re southern, it just kind of gets in your blood for whatever reason. So, I started looking. I had a great big house on Long Island, and it was wonderful in the summer, but in the winter it was cold and blustery and snowy and friends didn’t necessarily want to go out there.

So it’s safe to say that impulse buying is not your style?

It took me three years to find this house. I drove all over the south, or I would fly to various places with Mario Buatta, my decorator. We looked at various houses and, for whatever reason nothing felt right until we found this house and it just gelled. I had been down here to Charleston three times before to look at other houses, but I would drive by this one and tell the realtor that this is the type of house I’m looking for. So, when it came on

No. Well, at the grocery store, yes, but not at the auction house. I have gone over estimate before though. What made you want to move back down south? After Arthur died I lived in New York for six more years, but I missed the south

the market I bought it immediately; I didn’t have any reservations. Was your son, Whitney, always on board with your move to the Lowcountry? [Laughs] People think Whitney lives with his mother wherever she is, but that is not the case. He has lived in L.A. since he graduated from college, so he would come and visit. I had an apartment in New York City for a while that he used more than I did. He likes it here, but he really lives and works in L.A. I know you loved this house even before you stepped inside, but what drew you to the Holy City?

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Charleston Charmer I think Charleston is the most beautiful American city that we have. With the architecture, the gardens, the ambiance, the people, the food, and being that close to the water, it has everything. I totally understand why it’s number one in the world. My New York friends, when I moved down here, thought it was all Honey Boo Boo and Gator Boys, because they had never been to the South. It amazed me because they had been to Burma and the Outer Hebrides, but never down south. So, when they came down to visit, they couldn’t get over how beautiful and sophisticated it was. Initially they said, “You’re going to be down there with earthquakes and hurricanes.” Since then, they have had two major hurricanes in New York. Over the years you’ve taken on several large home renovations and completed a lot of redecorating. Tell us a little bit about some of those endeavors and how you got started with Mario Buatta.

I understand that you frequently turn to Mario, but would you say that there is a lot of your personal style in this home as well? In the beginning of the remodel, I had an architect, Louis Graeber, and Mario who would come down every couple of months to work, and I also had Richard Marks Restoration, who was here everyday with 15 men. I came down from New York and put everything in storage and I was here with just my bed and a little table and chairs set. Michael then brought his stuff down and moved into the cottage. So, if they were working in one room, my bed was moved to other end of the house, so I just moved around based on where they were. I was here nearly every day and had my hand in everything. For the construction part, I corrected certain things or added ideas that I liked that weren’t in the original plans. For example, my library was their kitchen.

When you were restoring When I married Arthur, I this house, how much of lived in Washington and the history of the property had a decorator. I was aldid you have to pay attenways geared towards the tion to with the architecEnglish country style. ture and regulations? When I moved to New York, Arthur understood that Richard Marks was a member since three other wives had of The Historic Charleston decorated his apartment Foundation, so he knew expreviously, I would want actly what we could do and to redecorate it. I had a file what we couldn’t do. The this thick [holding her finB.A.R. came over and there Family photographs are displayed on a hallway table. Some of gers a few inches apart] on was one question about these photos can be seen in an online gallery on BravoTV.com. Mario because for 15 years painting the banister. It had I had clipped his work out a lot of dark wood, but it was of the magazines that I subpainted white, which is also scribed to. One day I called up Mario and said, “I’m three very English. It was Cuban Mahogany so, they didn’t want me blocks from you in a big apartment that is in a good buildto paint it again, and in the end we compromised. ing, but three wives have decorated it and I need your help desperately.” So, he came over and we hit it off. We’ve been What was the one thing you had to have above all else really good friends ever since. Together, we’ve done four when renovating this house? places: the apartment, Southerly, my apartment at 960, and now this. We’ve gone to auctions together, to Europe, Painted floors. Also, I wanted the entryway, bathroom, and the and bought things at Christie's. walls all painted with a faux marble finish. The crew had scaf-

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Patricia’s library sits where the previous kitchen was prior to the renovation. Her library from the Southerly was resurrected in this space with the addition of floor to ceiling bookshelves.

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(above) Many of Patricia’s rooms from her New York Southerly home were completely recreated in his house; her bedroom is one of them. This master suite has balcony access, painted floors, and an adjoining luxurious bathroom.

folding here for four months because the marbling goes all the way up the stairs and down the hall. There were three people here doing the painting. It’s very pretty. They did a good job. When you want to relax, what is your favorite room to retreat to? It depends on what I’m doing; I use the whole house. It looks like a big house, but every room is used. I entertain here [the drawing room], and when I’m on the house phone I go in the morning room. A lot of times when I’m reading, I’ll go in the library and have a cocktail in there. After dinner people go in there and have after dinner drinks and Whitney’s friends smoke cigars in there. I’ve done some research on your collection of silhouettes that line the painted stairway; I understand you’ve inherited some, but could you tell me a little about that collection?

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Yes, I did inherit some, and Arthur and I bought quite a few in our travels. It’s hard to find silhouettes that are more sophisticated; a lot of them are crudely done. Most of mine are European, and they’re reverse painting or cut silhouettes and some are on concave glass. I have one of George Washington that was the only one he actually sat for. There is also a Robert E. Lee silhouette that my second husband, who was a direct descendant, gave to me. I’ve gathered a lot of interesting ones. It’s kind of a fun thing because most people don’t collect them or care about them. One was made of Whitney, but he won’t let me hang it. The work you’ve done on this home is stunning and you’ve filled it with museum quality pieces. What is next for you?

A lot. I’m always busy and looking for more things to do. Currently we are filming Southern Charm, so that is taking up a bit of time. I’ve started a caftan line, one of which I’m wearing now, that will be launching soon. That whole endeavor is all very exciting. I’ve recently written a book that will be coming out in the near future, too. It’s titled “The Art of Southern Charm” and is a fun lifestyle guide.

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1538 Wando View Street

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Builder: SHELTER Custom-Built Living | sheltercustombuiltliving.com | (843) 471-1833

• Custom-Built, White Oak Stairway and Handrail in Entry • Reclaimed Barn Wood Ceiling and Wall Detail in Kitchen

• Custom Built-Ins and Closets Throughout • Custom Powder Room Wood Countertops • White Oak Hardwood Flooring Throughout • Custom Dining Room Light Fixture

• Kitchen Countertops in Leathered Grigio Versilia Marble

• Grand Outdoor Living Space with Elevated Pool Overlooking Wando River

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282 Furman Farm Place

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Builder: Southeastern Custom Homes | southeasterncustomhomes.com | (843) 200-0261

• Eleven-Foot Ceilings on First Floor, Ten-Foot Ceilings on Second Floor

• Mahogany Doors • Ipe Handrails and Porches

• Wolf and Sub-Zero Appliances

• Outdoor Living Space

• Reclaimed Barn Wood Shiplap

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363 Lesesne Street

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• Custom-Painted Tile Over Range

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• Spectacular Golf and Marsh Views

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165 Brailsford Street

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• Architect: Vinyet Architecture • Extensive Trim Package with V-Groove, Shiplap, and Wainscoting • 12-Inch Wide Plank Flooring

• Expansive Porches with Outdoor Entertainment Including Kitchen and Fireplace • 24-Gauge Standing Seam Galvalume Metal Roof • Spectacular Views of the 7th Green

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31 Dalton Street

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• Architect: Kenneth Miller Architecture

• Custom Built-Ins In Study and Kid’s Playroom

• Shiplap Wall and Ceiling Treatments Throughout

• Vaulted Shiplap Ceiling in Breakfast Area

• Heart Pine Floors

• French Doors Throughout the Front and Back

• Upgraded Low Voltage Package Including Tesla Charging Station, Prewired Sound System • Reclaimed Wood Fireplace

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STYLISH S H A D E S Windows can be one of the most beautiful architectural elements in a home and the treatments that cover them should be just as special. These Lowcountry homeowners have installed stunning coverings to help showcase the spectacular views.

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PROJECT LOCATION Kiawah Island, SC COMPANY Audio Warehouse WEBSITE theaudiowarehouse.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 571-0535 SPECIALTIES Whole House & Integrated System Technologies

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SCIENCE MEETS STYLE AUTOMATED SHADES, LIGHTING CONTROL & SAVANT HOUSE This high-tech beach house’s automation capabilities make this home-away-from-home even better. With careful planning between the pros at Audio Warehouse, the design team at Anderson Studios, and RM Buck Builders, the Lutron brand window treatments and respective technologies were integrated and concealed seamlessly. A wall-mounted keypad or mobile device can automatically control all of the shades and lights locally or remotely. In fact, when these homeowners are ready to leave, with the push of a button, they can put their home in “Away Mode” by closing all shades, turning off all of the lights, and setting the HVAC to desired levels. For the automated shades, the color, fabric type, mounting options, and controls can all be customized. The colors chosen in this home help to enhance the ambiance of the space without distracting from the architectural design and interior styling.


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PROJECT LOCATION Isle of Palms, SC COMPANY Best Buy Blinds WEBSITE bestbuyblindsinc.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 884-3454 SPECIALTIES Plantation Shutters, Blinds, Shades

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TIMELESS TREATMENTS PLANTATION SHUTTERS & WOVEN WOODEN ROMAN SHADES With the Lowcountry’s abundant natural beauty, many people are hesitant to dive too deep into window treatments, but there are options that will help protect your home from UV rays and block the light while still allowing the gorgeous vistas to be seen. In this coastalchic home, the homeowners opted for a louvered plantation shutter with a hidden tilt to do just that. The hidden tilt rod in conjunction with having just one panel per window yields a modern look with minimal obstruction of the sights. When more privacy and darkness were desired in some rooms, Best Buy Blinds worked with the homeowners to have custom, woven wooden Roman shades with privacy liners installed. The classic styling of these window coverings along with the minimal sight impact will help to keep this “shabby chic beach house” in vogue for years to come.


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PROJECT LOCATION Sullivan’s Island, SC COMPANY Charleston Blind Company WEBSITE charlestonblindcompany.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 478-1913 SPECIALTIES Custom Window Treatments

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SUPERB SHUTTERS LOCALLY SOURCED PLANTATION SHUTTERS This modern Lowcountry beach house has been outfitted with a range of custom window treatments. One quintessentially southern example was the installation of custom plantation shutters. The shutters came from locally sourced North American hardwood and were given a custom finish to match the home’s aesthetic. The side-hinge setup allows for homeowners to maximize the sights outside while having the option of increased privacy. In other areas of this home, natural, woven Roman shades and high-tech cellular shades were installed to complement the traditional nature of the shutters.


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PROJECT LOCATION Isle of Palms, SC COMPANY Advanced Window Fashions WEBSITE advancedwindowfashions.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 881-8858 SPECIALTIES Custom Hunter Douglas Window Treatments

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CUSTOM & COASTAL CUSTOM COVERINGS & TECHNOLOGICAL INTEGRATION Each room in this Isle of Palms home received special attention to ensure that the style and function were both precise for each space. In this game room, Designer Screen Roller shades give the homeowners coverage at the push of a button because of its automation capabilities. Many homes opt for this product because it provides UV protection from the sun without completely blocking out the view. A variety of opacity levels help homeowners pick the right level of shading that best meets their needs. When using this product with the Power View technology, homeowners can adjust the shades from a smartphone, remote, or tablet. This whole home received custom window treatments in a range of Lowcountry styles.


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PROJECT LOCATION Summerville, SC COMPANY MW Hunter Custom Interiors WEBSITE mwhinteriordesign.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 556-4939 SPECIALTIES Interior Design & Custom Window Treatments

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FUNCTIONAL FABRICS FABRICS, DRAPERY HARDWARE & FABRICATION The window treatments of this Lowcountry home were used to help block the sun as well as tie in design elements not only in each room, but to connect all pieces throughout the home. In this master bedroom, specific choices were made. Decorative blackout panels help to keep the sun’s bright light at bay, while the subtle pattern complements the pillows and accent colors of the space. Traverse rods were used during the installation of the panel to make using the opaque shades as easy as possible. Underneath the panels, simple wooden blinds have been placed for the homeowner to allow light to shine in while maintaining a level of privacy. Keeping function and color in the forefront of planning brought this home’s design together.


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PROJECT LOCATION Charleston, SC COMPANY The Louver Shop WEBSITE louvershop.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 722-0080 SPECIALTIES Plantation Shutters, Blinds, Shades

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CLASSIC COVERINGS PLANTATION SHUTTERS Traditional charm radiates in this Downtown Charleston home. Classic, white plantation shutters give homeowners the option to block out the light while maintaining a timeless aesthetic to coordinate with the look of their home. Throughout this room, the same custom-created shutters have been used to provide a unified presentation; the floor-toceiling window and the smaller accompanying windows all feature the same paneling. Simple sheer valences and curtains accent the shutters and mix-in with the space.


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PROJECT LOCATION Sullivan’s Island, SC COMPANY J. Geiger Shading Technology WEBSITE jgeigershading.com PHONE NUMBER (843) 577-3855 SPECIALTIES Custom Luxury Motorized & Manual Shades

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BLENDING BEAUTIFULLY R-SERIES MOTORIZED SHADING SYSTEM This Sullivan’s Island home contains numerous examples of the R-Series motorized shading system. The customizable product met the needs of this family perfectly. In order to enjoy the sunlight without having to worry about glare or UV rays damaging their home’s interior, they chose a sheer fabric that is protective while not obstructive. The fascia-free design, meaning that no visible wires, screws, or fasteners are used, blends in with the modern beach house aesthetic seamlessly. No bulky shade boxes or long cords disrupt the lovely views. As with other products from this company, this particular style can be operated both manually or electronically. Family members can adjust the shades with their smartphone, a handheld remote, or even a wall-mounted keypad.


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By installing your tile flooring in a fun pattern, you are adding interest without infusing extra colors.

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Bathtubs don’t have a monopoly on relaxation; unwind on a stone shower bench.

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Builder: SHELTER Custom-Built Living Designer: Hollis Erickson Cabinets: Downsview Kitchens and Bath Hardware: Foxworth Decorative Hardware Countertops & Shower Bench: Palmetto Surfacing Plumbing Fixtures: Moluf's Tile: Melcer Tile FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : SHELTER Custom-Built Living

(843) 471-1833 | sheltercustombuiltliving.com


MARVELOUSLY MODERN These Mt. Pleasant homeowners combined their love of the coast and modern styles to create a

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clean, contemporary washroom.

Accent your soaking tub by elevating it on a raised dais that contrasts the flooring.

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Bleached Walnut Cabinets

Builder: Alka Construction Interior Designer: Lauren Sanchez Tile: Palmetto Tile Distributors Sinks/Faucets: Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Lighting: Rick’s Lighting FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Fulton Neighborhood

(843) 881-6142 | fultoncharleston.com

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TASTEFULLY CHIC

Linen panels provide privacy and pretty pops of color.

The overall ambiance of this Downtown Charleston bathroom is relaxing with a high-end touch.

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Crystal and Polished Nickel “George II” Sconces from Circa Lighting

Interior Designer: Lauren Messina, ASID Lighting: Circa Lighting Window Treatments: Loom Decor Accessories: Domain Interiors & Lauren Messina Interior Design Painter: 1st Class Painting & Restoration FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Lauren Messina Interior Design

(843) 214-4157 | laurenmessinadesign.com

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FASHION FORWARD Add flare to your powder room with mercury mirror tiles that reach all the way to the ceiling and swirling marble countertops.

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Cote de Azur marble countertops pick up the warm colors of the fixtures in this powder room for a well-rounded look.

Interior Designer: Ruby Abernathy Tile: Melcer Tile Countertops: AGM Imports Countertop Fabricator: Lowcountry Tile Contractors Location: West Ashley FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : AGM Imports

(843) 747-0088 | agmimports.com

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RIVERSIDE RELAXING The deepwater views of the Wando River make this bathroom a dream space for unwinding.

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Architect: Beau Clowney Architects

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Builder: Structures Building Company Tile: Melcer Tile Sinks/Faucets: Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Lighting: Carolina Lanterns & Lighting, Circa Lighting Paint: Sherwin-Williams FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Structures Building Company

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PLEASANT PIZZAZZ Let your floor do the talking with brightly colored and patterned tiles, as seen in this Mt. Pleasant bathroom.

Builder & Cabinetry: R.A. Smith Construction Interior Designer: Domain Interiors & Design Countertops: MVP Granite & Flooring Flooring: Mirth Studios Sinks/Faucets: Molufâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lighting: Circa Lighting Hardware: Foxworth Hardware FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Domain Interiors & Design

(843) 388-0328 | domainmtp.com

UPWARDLY MOBILE

Recessed Lighting

Soak all your cares away in a kingly bathroom with just the touch of a button for privacy, temperature regulation, and mood lighting or music.

These buttons control the lighting levels in each room as well as the shades, HVAC system, and music.

Covert sensors were installed under the tub, sinks, and toilet to shut off the water if a leak is detected.

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These custompatterned wood tiles have the look of ceramics, but with a warmer touch to protect bare feet.

An ornate door pull adds allure to the simplicity of any vanity cabinetry.

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COUNTERTOP COUTURE

Bathroom countertops are a way to really let your style shine! Choose a bold marble, a leathered granite, or a completely custom piece to showcase your personality.

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Real Deal Countertops

(866) 707-1414 realdealcountertops.com

9 Namib White Honed Marble Universal Marble & Granite

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Atlantic Stone

(843) 737-5004 atlanticstonellc.com

6 “Delicatus White” Granite Granite Shop

(843) 771-1235 graniteshopcharleston.com

10 Recycled Glass Countertops Glass Eco by Fisher Recyling

(843) 554-6099 fisherrecycling.com

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Lowcountry Tile Contractors

(843) 763-2161 lowcountrytilecontractors.com

7 “Grey Goose” Quartzite Pacific Shore Stones

(843) 744-5665 pacificshorestones.com

11 “Belle Blanc” Marble Triton Stone Group

(843) 471-0056 tritonstone.com

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4 Leathered “Bianco Paradiso” Quartzite

Vitoria International

(843) 760-2470 | vitoriainternational.com

8 Cambria Quartz in Berwyn Palmetto Surfacing

(843) 569-1131 palmettosurfacing.com


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FANCY FLOORING

Bathroom flooring choices allow your imagination to run wild! Today’s market has a variety of styles from classic to contemporary.

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(843) 352-4280 | sourceconsultingllc.com

5 Tayla Collection Tile Buckhannon Brothers

(843) 881-8911 buckhannonbrothers.com

9 White Oak Wood Floors Carolina Lumber Sourcing

(843) 991-1692 lumbersourcing.com

(843) 744-5345 melcertile.com

6 CoreTec Plus Luxury Vinyl Planks in Carolina Pine

Carpet Baggers Carpet One

(843) 571-0013 | carpet-baggers.com

10 “Mosaico Venato Gold” Bianco Calacatta

Triton Stone Group

(843)471-0056 tritonstone.com

11 3 Hand Scraped White Oak Charleston Plank Floors

(843) 278-1751 charlestononesource.com

7 “Pebbles” Island Stone Palmetto Tile Distributors

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(843) 763-2161 lowcountrytilecontractors.com

8 European Wide Plank Oak Elegant Hardwood Floors

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Cararra Marble Countertops

White Cararra marble countertops complement the marble hexagon tile flooring and snazzy cabinetry from Distinctive Design.

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Architect: Clarke Design Group Builder: JacksonBuilt Custom Homes Interior Designer: Allison Casper Countertops: Palmetto Surfacing Tile: Melcer Tile Lighting/Fixtures: Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : JacksonBuilt Custom Homes

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Architect: Translations Design Builder: Southeastern Custom Homes Interior Designer: Liz Baker Decor: Coralberry Cottage FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Coralberry Cottage

(843) 884-2225 | coralberrycottage.com

POSH & PURPOSEFUL Privacy can be both

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Window Treatments: Advanced Window Fashions Location: Mt. Pleasant FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Advanced Window Fashions

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HISTORICALLY HAPPENING The homeowners of this historic

This customdesigned mirror mimics the motion of the tile flooring.

Summerville opted for marble countertops and reclaimed antique doors throughout the home to collaborate with their own dazzling style.

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MODERN ELEGANCE This Fulton Neighborhood bathroom is fashion forward with its sleek lines and allwhite color palette.

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Builder: Alka Construction Interior Design: Domain Interiors & Design Countertops: Vitoria International Tile: Melcer Tile Sinks/Faucets: Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery Lighting: Circa Lighting Hardware: Foxworth Decorative Hardware FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Vitoria International

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OPULENT OPTIONS Contrasting dark floors and white cabinetry with a hint of gold shine creates an elegant master bath in this Downtown home.

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STORAGE GALORE This Lowcountry homeowner maximized storage capacity with custom cabinets.

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TERRIFIC TILE

Custom tile features yield a lot of elegant bang for your buck. Backsplashes, tub surrounds, and shower walls begin the list of places to put in a one-of-a-kind detail.

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4 Granada Tile “Clunny” Source Consulting

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Buckhannon Brothers Tile

(843) 881-8911 | buckhannonbrothers.com

3 Daltile "Arctic White 1" Hexagon Mosaic Tile

Carpet Baggers Carpet One

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LOVELY LIGHTING

Beautiful sconces, stunning pendants, and enchanting chandeliers are all creative and fun ways to illuminate your relaxing retreat.

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4 “Lita Triple Sconce” by Alexa Hampton Circa Lighting

(843) 937-5990 | circalighting.com

7 Swarovski Wall Sconce

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery

(843) 747-6301 | fergusonshowrooms.com

8 2 Tartufo Chandelier Rick’s Lighting

(843) 763-2282 | rickslighting.com

5 Tryst Star in Hammered Bronze by Fredrick Raymond

Carolina Lanterns & Lighting

(843) 881-4170 | carolinalanternsandlighting.com

9 3 Kichler “Jasper” Two-Light Sconce Candelabra

(843) 849-7775 | shopcandelabra.com

6 Points of Light Pendant Steven Shell Living

(843) 216-3900 | stevenshell.com

8 Savoy House Four-Light Fixture Charleston Lighting and Interiors

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COMPOSED CORAL Choosing the right color scheme for

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Architect: Christopher Caponigro, AIA Builder: Marsh Contracting Cabinetry: Advanced Kitchen Designs of Charleston Countertops: Martol Granite & Marble Tile: Carpet Baggers Carpet One

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Advanced Kitchen Designs of Charleston

(843) 225-9344 | akd.biz


FASHION FORWARD “Argos Gray” by SherwinWilliams

With plenty of space to spread out, these Yonges Island homeowners created their dream bathroom with a television, fireplace, and a luxurious air jet soaking tub.

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A cozy fur rug elevates the fashion levels of this bathroom and provides a warm place for cold feet.

Builder: GG Roumillat Builders Cabinetry: Fain’s Custom Cabinets Flooring: Palmetto Tile Distributors Lighting: Charleston Lighting and Interiors Furniture: GDC Home FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Crosby Creations Home Design

(843) 541-7354 | crosby-creations.com

COOL CONTRAST Black Silestone Quartz countertops and shaker-style cabinetry give this West Ashley bathroom a robustly elegant vibe.

A frameless glass shower door shows off your favorite tile backdrop.

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The "Bright White" cabinetry and black countertops set a simple color scheme for adding a stylish mirror.

Builder: America's Home Place Cabinetry & Hardware: Jilco Kitchen and Bath Countertops: Real Deal Countertops Flooring & Tile: Wilsons Carpet Plus Sinks/Faucets: Loftons Plumbing Lighting: Carolina Electrical FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : America’s Home Place

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TEXTURE IN TEXTILES These homeowners mixed and matched fun colors and textures to brighten their bathroom.

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Choose a rug with a durable piling, like this tufted wool rug in a timeless, natural color.

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FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Century Glass

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CLEAN & BRIGHT An interior designed bathroom, like this one found in Mt. Pleasant, has optimal space and function for beauty and everyday life.

Martini Lucca & Tresse Lucca Deco Tile in the shower offsets the marble theme with smaller tiles.

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Architect: Swallowtail Architecture Builder: Lemacks Custom Construction Interior Designer: Deirdre Stevens Design Cabinetry: Mevers Kitchen & Bath Countertops: AGM Imports Tile: Melcer Tile Lighting: Circa Lighting FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : GDC Home

(631) 807-6866 | gdchome.com

COASTAL WARMTH Warm colors make this Wild Dunes bathroom feel inviting and oh so luxurious.

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You can soak for hours in this stunning, double-ended tub.

Architect: Herlong and Associates Builder: Sea Island Builders Tile: Palmetto Tile Distributors Sinks/Faucets: Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Sea Island Builders

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SENSATIONAL SHOWERS

From trendy to timeless, shower design possibilites are endless these days.

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6 Custom Base with Smooth Torino Wall

7 Bellwether Shower Receptor & Levity

8 DuPont Corian Custom Shower Base

9 Low Curb, Frameless Shower

Shower System Moluf's (843) 723-4881 | molufs.com

Maner Installed Sales (843) 252-0242 | manerinstalledsales.com

Shower Door Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery (843) 747-6301 | fergusonshowrooms.com

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KBRS Incorporated (866) 912-3211 | kbrsinc.com

Gateway Supply Company (843) 554-0450 | gatewaysupply.net

Palmetto Surfacing (843) 569-1131 | palmettosurfacing.com

Century Glass (843) 614-4628 | centuryglasssc.com

BathFitter (843) 767-4008 | bathfitter.com

Ultimate Gutter Guard & Bath Solutions (843) 410-0645 | gutterscharleston.com


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1 Modern, Polished Nickel Fixture with Wooden Detailing

A variety of faucets are available to meet a wide range of tastes and design schemes. Don’t be afraid to experiment with something fresh.

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Vesi faucet by Brizo in “Brilliance Brushed Bronze”

4 American Standard Oil-Rubbed Bronze Fixture

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5 Barclay Opelence Pedestool Sink

With vessel sinks, hammered metal basins, and trough style sinks just starting the list of options, be creative with where you wash your hands!

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Native Trails “Trough 30” in Polished Nickel

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Explore these unique options available now that free-standing bathtubs have been growing in popularity! Picture yourself in a luxurious bubble-filled tub.

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MTI Baths “Elise 1” Freestanding Tub

Victoria + Albert “Wardon” Soaking Tub

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Triton Stone Group (843)471-0056 tritonstone.com

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CALMING PRESENCE Unwinding is easy in this high-end Daniel Island bathroom.

Shiplap Tub Surround

Classic Lowcountry style gets mixed in with universal & elegant tilework.

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Alaskan Blue Natural Stone Mosaic

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Stray from a traditionally mounted mirror for an easy upgrade to your vanity.

METALLIC EXCELLENCE Unique accents add pizzazz to this Daniel Island guest bathroom.

Hammered Metal Sink

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(843) 377-2600 | riversidedesigners.com

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DELIGHTFULLY DEBONAIRE When remodeling, upcycling your home’s previous aspects can lead to beautiful new creations, like in this unique and historic St. George bathroom.

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Old windows with wavy glass and shabby-chic frames find a new purpose as a bathroom vanity’s façade.

Refinished Fireplace Repurposed Windows

Check out more of this home's renovation on DIY Network's Restoring Charleston. Builder: 1st Class Painting & Restoration FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : 1st Class Painting & Restoration

(843) 324-6006 | 1stclasscharleston.com

TERRIFICALLY TEAL This grand beach house bathroom boasts a top-of-the-line walk-in shower and soaking tub.

MTI Freestanding Tub

"Honeycomb" Tiled Wall

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Architect: Luke Jarrett of Byers Design Group Builder: Rhodes Construction Interior Design: Holly Covington Tile: Buckhannon Brothers FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Buckhannon Brothers

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1 Custom Cherry Cabinets & Storage Tower

2 Custom Cabinet, Single-Sink Vanity

7 Cambridge-Style Doors on Eudora Cabinets

8 Contemporary Cherry Cabinetry in "Ocean Grey"

Sullivan Custom Cabinets (843) 554-5880 sullivancustomcabinets.com

Jilco Kitchen and Bath (843) 849-6465 jilcokitchenandbath.com

William C. Pritchard Co. (843) 889-1313 wcpritchard.com

HWC Custom Cabinetry (843) 207-0750 hwccustomcabinetry.com


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10 Ultracraft Vanity in Beach White with Brown Linen Finish

Classic Kitchens of Charleston (843) 991-4207 classickitchensofcharleston.com

Advanced Kitchen Designs (843) 225-9344 akd.biz

Farris Woodworks (843) 830-6353

Source Consulting (843) 352-4280 sourceconsultingllc.com

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Triton Stone Group (843) 471-0056 tritonstone.com

11 Vanity with Backlit Cabinet Door

Charleston Woodworks (843) 744-0016 charlestonwoodwork.com

6 Decorative Inset Paneled Cabinets

Charleston Cabinets (843) 554-7800 charlestoncabinetsinc.com

12 Flat-White Finish on Shaker-Style Cabinets Charleston Fine Cabinetry & Interiors (843) 425-8036 charlestonfinecabinetry.com

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REFINED RECYCLING This Charleston homeowner worked with Fisher Recycling to recycle glass in order to design her new favorite room in the house.

Reclaimed Mirror

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“Confetti” is Fisher Recycling’s multi-colored recycled glass countertop style that is an alternative to granite or marble.

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SPLENDID STORAGE An abundance of storage spaces with the Lowcountry style make this bathroom picture perfect.

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in front of this dresser style vanity. The shutters of these storage spaces give a coast feel while concealing your linens and other bathroom items.

Cabinetry: Steven Shell Living FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Steven Shell Living

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Handsome Hardware

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Pretty Paint

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Source Consulting (843) 352-4280 | sourceconsultingllc.com

Instantly upgrade your bathroom with paint to keep things fresh.

Atlas Hardware “Sea Green Pull”

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery (843) 747-6301 | fergusonshowrooms.com

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Benjamin Moore "Nickel" Spectrum Paint (866) 437-5863 spectrumpaint.com

Terrific Toilets

Hastings Tile & Bath "Artisan" Moluf's (843) 723-4881 molufs.com

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he days of carpeted bathrooms, fiberglass showers, and wallpapered walls are a thing of the past! One of the biggest changes we have seen in bathrooms is the curbless walk-in shower. It's easy to clean, user friendly for all ages, and so stylish! Move over formica and even granite.....quartz is the new best thing in bathroom countertops! With all of

the lotions, soaps, and heated hair devices, bathroom countertops take a beating. Quartz resists stains and abrasions and even keeps out bacteria that can lodge in many other surface types. The material is actually a quartz composite that doesn't need to be sealed and is practically maintenance free! - Mary Riley, ABR, CNE, Century 21 Properties Plus

Aesthetics meets function in this bathroom staple. With today’s options, you can find the perfect fit for your bathroom.

Kohler "Kathryn" One Piece Toilet in "Thunder Gray"

Gateway Supply Company (843) 554-0450 gatewaysupply.net

Toto’s Wall-Mounted “NEOREST” Intelligent Toilet Triton Stone Group (843) 471-0056 tritonstone.com

Kohler Veil Intelligent Wall Hung Toilet Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery (843) 747-6301 fergusonshowrooms.com


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DIVINE DÉCOR Add accessories to your bathroom to show off your personality and easily swap accents with changing trends.

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1 Storage Cabinet

2 “Hens & Chicks” Artwork

8 White Washed Mirror

9 Oly Studio Bench

Coralberry Cottage (843) 884-2225 coralberrycottage.com My Rooms Furniture Gallery (800) 338-8534 myroomsfurnituregallery.com

15 Zodax Porcelain

Fragrance Diffuser GDC Home (843) 571-5142 gdchome.com

Penny & Lucy Lou (803) 788-0559 pennyandlucylou.com Candleabra (843) 849-7775 shopcandelabra.com

16 Modern Artwork

Danco Modern Furniture (843) 884-2256 dancohome.com

3 Vintage, Handheld Mirror Antiques Market (843) 849-8850 antiquesmarketmall.com

10 Capiz Box

Domain Interiors & Design (843) 388-0328 domainmtp.com

17 Gothic Round Mirror Steven Shell Living (843) 216-3900 stevenshell.com


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Palmetto Moon Antiques (843) 856-1881 pmoonantiques.com

6 Teal Ceramic Vase

Coralberry Cottage (843) 884-2225 coralberrycottage.com

7 Royal Blue, Velvet Chair

Domain Interiors & Design (843) 388-0328 domainmtp.com

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13 Local Artwork by Morgan Cole 14 Ceramic Candle

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Aiden Fabrics (843) 216-0008 aidenfabrics.com

Steven Shell Living (843) 216-3900 stevenshell.com

For the House: The Barstool Shop (843) 881-7073 thebarstoolshopcharleston.com Terrace Oaks Antiques (843) 795-9689 terraceoaksantiques.com

Domain Interiors & Design (843) 388-0328 domainmtp.com Next To New (843) 606-2715 nexttonewsc.com

MW Hunter Custom Interiors (843) 556-4939 mwhinteriordesign.com

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Lyndon Leigh (843) 352-7359 shopcandelabra.com

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NATURALLY NEUTRAL Graceful hardwood floors synchro-

Frameless Shower

nize with the natural wood of the cabinetry and granite countertops in this Summerville bathroom.

Add a small tile detail for extra decor in your shower and a bench area for safety and aging in place benefits.

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Builder: Coastal Design Builders

Coordinating Hardwoods

Flooring: Elegant Hardwood Floors Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s Lighting: Charleston Lighting and Interiors FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Coastal Design Builders

(843) 300-9383 | coastaldesignbuilders.com

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for a more luxurious bathing experience, installing an outdoor shower by the swimming pool area has become a popular trend,” - Michael Gesmond, owner of Heritage Pools, LLC

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Heritage Pools, LLC

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LOW-UPKEEP LUXURY Folly Beach’s laid back style can be seen in this fun space.

Rinse off sand easily with a hand-held shower fixture.

Shaker-style cabinets can be cleaned easily.

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“Waterproofing is a key element in bathroom design often forgotten.” -James Thompson, SC Property Pros Builder: James Thompson, SC Property Pros Fixtures: Moluf’s Tile: Melcer Tile FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : SC Property Pros

(843) 641-0813 | scppconstruction@gmail.com

SLEEK RETREAT These North Charleston homeowners honored the Lowcountry style with plantation shutters.

Double Ended Soaker Tub

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Custom Wooden Shutters

Mix modern elements with traditional features to generate a high-end look. In this room, clean lines, and minimal décor contrast and complement the delicate chandelier and plantation shutters.

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : The Louver Shop

(843) 722-0080 | louvershop.com


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SILVERY STYLE Time-honored style traditions receive a modern update seamlessly in this Isle of Palms home.

A rope covered chandelier infuses this elegant space with a splash of sea-faring style.

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Builder: Priester’s Custom Contracting

A touch of bead boarding in the shaker-style cabinet panels adds a modern coastal flair.

Cabinetry: The Cabinet Shop Countertops: Palmetto Surfacing Flooring: Flooring Services Tile: Flooring Services Sinks/Faucets: Design on Tap Lighting: Rick’s Lighting FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Priester’s Custom Contracting

(843) 200-8495 | priestercustomhomes.com

SOLID STONEWORK The style of this Louisiana bathroom would fit in perfectly anywhere in the Lowcountry.

This quartzite countertop offers the look of marble with exceptional durability.

A sicis mosaic designed by Julie Bouy stands out as a beautiful focal point.

Photograph by Ken Schallenberg

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MINDFUL DESIGN Curbless showers are a perfect way to express your modern sensibilities while planning for the future, like these Seabrook Island homeowners, who plan to age in place.

Straight-Lay Tile Floor Patterns

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This classy custom mirror sets the stage for the Bianco Avion marble countertops with custom inset maple cabinetry.

Architect: Christopher Rose Architects Builder: Byrd Builders Interior Designer: Haute Design Home Automation: Audio Warehouse Lighting: Carolina Lanterns & Lighting Flooring: Manforde Tile Tile: Palmetto Tile Distributors FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Christopher Rose Architects

(843) 559-7670 | chrisrosearchitects.com

PATTERNED PALACE

”Stanbury Trellis” Tibaut Wallpaper in Gray

These homeowners mixed and matched their wall and floor patterns to create a dynamic vanity area in their bathroom.

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“Octagon and Dot” tile in gray covers the floors with a timeless design.

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Interior Designer: Affordable Interiors Flooring: Floor Coverings International of Charleston Location: Summerville FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Floor Coverings International of Charleston

(843) 695-7801 charleston.floorcoveringsinternational.com


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CRÈME DE LA CRÈME Warm variations of a cream palette create a soft atmosphere

Soaking Tub and Steam Shower

to relax in for these James Island homeowners.

These custom, full overlay cabinets bring a timeless style that meshes with the neutral marble countertops.

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Architect: Beau Clowney Architects Cabinetry: Signature Kitchens & Baths of Charleston Tile: Flooring Services Lighting: Charleston Lighting and Interiors Sinks/Faucets: Design on Tap Hardware: Bird Decorative Hardware FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Bennett Hofford Construction Company

(843) 722-8169 | bennetthoffordconstruction.com

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PHENOMENAL FOCUS The concentrated color palette of this Mt. Pleasant bathroom gives off an elegant feel.

White Marble Countertops

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Free-Standing Soaker Tub

Countertops Source: AGM Imports Countertop Fabrication & Installation: Palmetto Surfacing

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Palmetto Surfacing

(843) 569-1131| palmettosurfacing.com


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GLOWING PLACEMENT This Isle of Palms bathroom’s lighting placement is perfection.

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Architect: SLC Architect

Install motion-activated lights under your cabinets for convenient illumination.

Countertops: Vitoria International Lighting: Charleston Lighting and Interiors

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : QEI Security & Technology

(844) 734-7233 | qeisecurity.com

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A new mirror, chandelier, and wall fixtures changed the whole look of this powder room. Lighting: Charleston Lighting and Interiors Location: Kiawah Island FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Charleston Lighting and Interiors

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HELPING HAND Take the worry out of building the perfect bathroom with a one-stop shop builder like these Mt. Pleasant homeowners did.

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With a shower substrate to protect from leaks and moisture build-up, this shower will stay beautiful for countless years to come.

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design. Towers are a great way to conceal bathroom items, and they provide additional design options for mirrors and lighting." â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Tracy Sullivan, Sullivan Custom Cabinets Cabinetry: Sullivan Custom Cabinets FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Sullivan Custom Cabinets

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Purchase pieces of furniture for storage instead of a traditional cabinet tower or linen closet.

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QUINTESSENTIALLY ELEGANT Classic coastal colors make this Daniel Island bathroom timelessly chic.

The timeless basketweave pattern of this flooring will never go out of style.

Rohl Plumbing Fixtures

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Builder: Max Crosby Construction

Bianco Venatino Marble

Architect: Clarke Design Group Countertops: Pacific Shore Stones Flooring: Melcer Tile Tile: Melcer Tile Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s Lighting: Carolina Lanterns & Lighting FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Max Crosby Construction

(843) 766-9976 | maxcrosbyconstruction.com

CRYSTAL CLEAR Kiawah Island’s beachy style stands out in the shower’s detailing.

Multi-Tonal Coastal Mosaic Tile

Skip the quickly outdated door frame options and install an all glass shower.

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(843) 252-0242 | manerinstalledsales.com


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SPECTACULAR SCENERY Surrounded by the Wando River and Toomer Creek panoramas, this Mt. Pleasant bathroom takes advantage of the perfect place to unwind.

“Cosmos Linen” Quartz Countertops

This River Marble tile floor makes a grand statement of elegance.

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FUN & FUNKY A cordless roller shade provides protection for the snazzy, Asian-themed wallpaper in this Mt. Pleasant bathroom.

Interior Designer: 202 Interiors Cabinetry: Benchwerks

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Neutral, custom shades

Tile: Melcer Tile Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s Lighting & Furniture: The Living Room Hardware: Foxworth Decorative Hardware Paint: Benjamin Moore

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Budget Blinds

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STUNNING IN SLATE

Medalion Cabinetry in “Harbor Mist”

Functional and fashionable is the name of the game in this bathroom with shaker-style cabinetry and a mod soaking tub.

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Make the most of your storage and keep everyday items within reach in a cabinet tower between the sinks on your bathroom counter.

Wood-Look Tile Floors

Builder: Rhodes Construction Cabinetry: Classic Kitchens of Charleston Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s Tile: Buckhannon Brothers Location: Sullivan's Island FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Classic Kitchens of Charleston

(843) 991-4207 | classickitchensofcharleston.com

DARLING DESIGN This Mt. Pleasant home’s bathroom offers a tranquil ambiance with its cool colors

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Bianco Carrara Stone Shelves in Shower, Blue Celeste Accent Tile on Shower Walls

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Add sophisticated privacy with a satin glass panel to divide your space.

Architect: TMD Architects Builder: Phillip W. Smith General Contractor Cabinetry: William C. Pritchard Countertops: Creative Countertops Tile: Melcer Tile Frosted Glass Panel: Island Glass FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Phillip W. Smith General Contractor

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BLUE-WATER WALLS To recreate the look of a cascading waterfall in your bathroom, select Tasman wall tile and pebble-like flooring, as seen in this James Island bathroom.

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Opposites really do attract in this white countertop and dark wood vanity pairing.

Builder: Just Additions & Remodeling Interior Designer: Scott Brekke Cabinetry & Countertops: Homeowner Tile: Melcer Tile Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Just Additions & Remodeling

(843) 860-3654 | justadditions.com

WONDERFULLY WARM Clean lines and a natural finish on the floor give this stunning Mt. Pleasant bathroom a comfortable and classic feel.

3"x 6" Pearl White Marble with Rhomboid Pearl White Marble Inset

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PROVEN PROTECTION These homeowners can rest easy

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knowing their sparkling glass shower and beautiful tile floor is protected by a KBRS wet area substrate.

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An Engineered Shower Basin pan installed under the tile, guards this shower from leaking into the structure beneath.

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CLASSICALLY CHIC The timeless design of this downtown bathroom features many high-end touches.

Builder: Strock Enterprises Design & Remodel Home Designer: Strock Enterprises Design & Remodel Cabinetry: Showplace Wood Products Sinks/Faucets: Molufâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lighting: Circa Lighting FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Strock Enterprises Design & Remodel

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CHIC CERAMICS Even if it looks and feels like marble, it might be a ceramic tile floor like these Daniel Island homeowners chose.

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Amplify your walk-in shower experience with a basket weave tile to accent the larger, marble tiles.

Architect: Bill Marshall Cabinetry: Kraft Maid/Axon Homes Countertops: Vitoria International & MVP Granite and Flooring Flooring: Fantastic Floors Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Axon Homes

(843) 410-2569 | axonhomes.com

CONTEMPORARY CHARACTER Selecting fun bowl sinks for your vanity adds flair and utility at the same time.

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Cabinetry: Charleston Fine Cabinetry & Interiors Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s Lighting: Carolina Lanterns & Lighting Paint: Sherwin-Williams Location: Mt. Pleasant FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Charleston Fine Cabinetry & Interiors

(843) 425-8036 | charlestonfinecabinetry.com


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CLEARLY ELEGANT Nobody would ever know that this frameless shower used to be a tub!

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shaker-style cabinet doors like these “Hudson Gray” samples. Cabinetry: Closet Factory Location: Charleston

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Closet Factory

(843) 767-0099 | closetfactory.com


LET CHARLESTON INSPIRE YOU. Bring grace and beauty into your home with the Colors of Historic Charleston™ & the Carolina Lowcountry Collection color palettes, both found exclusively at Sherwin-Williams. When you select these colors, a portion of the proceeds supports the ongoing preservation projects of the Historic Charleston Foundation.

For a store near you, visit us at sherwin-williams.com Join us on

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CAREFULLY CRAFTED

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Soak in style and with a view in this James Island bathroom’s Clark “Dune” soaking tub and a freestanding tub filler.

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“Benchwright” single-sink vanities with Carrera marble countertops make organizing personal items easy. Builder: Classic Remodeling & Construction FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Classic Remodeling & Construction

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NAUTICAL NICETIES These homeowners selected a unique “Painted Linen” finish to spice up their white shaker-style cabinets.

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Designer: Nikki Komorek Cabinetry: Charleston Cabinets Hardware: Hardware Resources Location: North Charleston

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Charleston Cabinets

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The Proven Home Coating System

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WONDROUS WALK-IN When designing a spacious bathroom, a wrap-around walk-in

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SEASIDE ESCAPE Oyster shell chandeliers, shiplap walls, and coastal colors create the perfect oasis to wash away salt and sand.

Interior Design: Holly Covington Cabinetry: Jilco Kitchen and Bath Fixtures: Moluf's Location: Isle of Palms FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Jilco Kitchen and Bath

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ALTOGETHER TIMELESS A traditional Daniel Island bathroom deserves classic-style cabinetry with solid maple raisedpanel doors and plenty of polished countertop space.

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three-and-a-half inch louvers and a simple divider rail for a traditional shutter style with a modern flare. Plantation Shutters: Best Buy Blinds

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Best Buy Blinds

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IMPECCABLY POLISHED On Terrapin Island, these homeowners favored a Belgian Bluestone five-piece pattern floor with their shaker-style cabinets

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Builder: Harper Construction Interior Designer: Jill Frey Cabinetry: Robert Paige Cabinetry Tile: Melcer Tile Sinks/Faucets: Design on Tap

FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Harper Construction

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Silver Travertine

Cool colors give this downtown Charleston bathroom an ocean vibe.

The intricate detailing of this blue celeste, ming green tile is showstopping.

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LOVELY LOUVERS These custom-painted, wide louver plantation shutters provide privacy while preserving the view and allowing lots of light.

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QUEEN OF QUARTZ

Match your shower frame to your hardware finishes.

Choosing a quartz that blends and harmonizes with the rest of the flooring and cabinetry, keeps your bathroom clean and bright.

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Countertops: Granite Shop Location: Mt. Pleasant FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Granite Shop

(843) 771-1235 | graniteshopcharleston.com

ARTISTIC STYLING Turn your bathroom into a work of art like this Ft. Sumter homeowner has.

The Rohl Perrin & Rowe plumbing fixtures shine bright.

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Builder: Palmetto Craftsmen Interior Designer: Elizabeth Newman Interior Design Cabinetry: Sullivan Custom Cabinets Countertops: Atlantic Stone Flooring & Tile: Palmetto Tile Distributors Sinks/Faucets: Moluf’s FO R M O R E I N FO R M AT I O N : Moluf’s

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When it comes to filling your home with personality and function. Check out the design dilemmas that these local interior designers solved for Lowcountry homeowners.

LAUREN MESSINA INTERIOR DESIGN

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An interior designer helped these homeowners downsize to a condo from a larger home and designed a space with a simple color scheme around their appliqued pillows.

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Small Powder Room SOLUTION

Notoriously tight spots, like this powder room, require ingenuity. A pocket door and custom cabinetry create floor space, while bold wallpaper and a beautiful mirror make chic statements.

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This "Komsdo" Osborne & Little wallpaper embraces the angles of the walls to create a focal point to arrange the furniture around.

ALEXANDRE FLEUREN INTERIORS (843) 437-1396 | designafi.com DILEMMA

Multi-Purpose Space SOLUTION

A large custom sleeper sectional turns this ground-level media room and home office into guest quarters when needed.

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Long, Narrow Room SOLUTION

This former screened-in porch needed plenty of space for a large family and visitors, so a sectional with a queen sleeper component adds maximum space for guests as well as fashion.

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Excessive Hallway Space SOLUTION

A wine bar with added storage and custom wine barrel countertops was added to harness any potentially wasted space.

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interior designer and homeowner duo drew inspiration from the surrounding river to remodel the kitchen by using river rocks for the fireplace and clean wall colors.

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ShopTalk Fall 2016 Dream Backyard Makeover The annual Dream Backyard Makeover was awarded for the sixth time at the Charleston Fall Home Show back in August. Linda Witte, the most recent lucky recipient, took home the coveted grand prize of a $17,000 complete backyard makeover. The result is a dream backyard that Linda will enjoy for years to come.

Prize Package Included:

➀ Backyard Retreats Outdoor Furniture Set

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For more information, call DIG Landscape at (843) 327-4372 or visit diglandscape.net

➑ Story by By Shelby Davis • Photography by Patrick Brickman

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Shark Tank: Architect Edition at the Charleston Home + Design Show The popular event Shark Tank: Architect Edition returned to the lineup of events during the most recent semi-annual Architect Symposium this past January. Nearly 50 local architects browsed the booths of 16 local vendors and were able to speak with each company about the products or services that they offered. This gathering of tailored vendors helped to connect architects with business that would specifically pertain to architectural interests. Architects were given event “spec sheets” so they could take notes about the products and chose products and companies that they would possibly use in the future. This small, laid-back atmosphere allowed for all parties to engage in a pressure-free fashion about many topics that impact Lowcountry building and design. Vendor donated prizes were given out to lucky winning architects via a random drawing. At the conclusion of the day, both vendors and architects provided positive feedback about the second installment of this event.

This Year's Participants Insulsteel insulsteel.com | 843-352-2370 J. Geiger Shading Technology jgeigershading.com | 843-577-3855 Palmetto Solar palmetto.com | 843-720-1844 Atlantic Premium Shutters atlanticpremiumshutters.com | 239-560-1132 NextGen Technologies Inc. nextgenusa.com | 843-871-8531 Southeastern Elevator, LLC southeasternelevatorllc.com | 252-726-0075 JELD-WEN / MiraTEC Trim miratectrim.com | 540-682-9983 Smart Vent smartvent.com | 877-441-8368 Sierra Pacific Windows sierrapacificwindows.com | 843-271-3353 NuCedar Mills nucedar.com | 484-942-3539 Palmetto Surfacing palmettosurfacing.com | 843-569-1131 Atlantis Railing Systems atlantisrail.com | 800-541-6829 Palmetto Tile Distributors palmettotile.com | 843-266-8700 Carpet Baggers Carpet One carpetbaggers.com | 843-571-0013 Carolina Lanterns carolinalanterns.com | 843-881-4170 KBRS Incorporated kbrsinc.com | 866-912-3211

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Story by By Iliana Simmons

Operation Finally Home Begins

Change in Ownership As of January 2017, Triton Stone Group of New Orleans has acquired the Triton Stone Group Brand. The family-owned company now has 21 locations all across the Southeast. Triton Stone Group will also carry on the tradition of operating as a woman-owned business with sisters Katie Jensen Peralta, serving as president, and Rachel Jensen Jones, serving as vice-president. In relation to the increased coverage in the Southeast, Katie Peralta assures customers that, “Together we are bigger, stronger and better positioned to grow with you, our customers, in the future”. Formed in 2004, Triton Stone Group is now one of the largest importers in the country for natural stone and various building products, and possesses one of the largest stone slab inventories in the US. In addition to stone, this company offers kitchen and bath fixtures and tile for commercial and residential projects.

Jamison Howard and his team at Max Crosby Construction have started the process of making the new home dreams of one U.S. Marine and his family come true. Lance Cpl. Jeremy Brooking, his wife Tia, and their two daughters found out earlier this year that they would be receiving a new home from Operation Finally Home. Operation Finally Home is “dedicated to providing custom-built homes for America’s military heroes who have sacrificed for our freedoms and values.” The Daniel Island Company donated the Carnes Crossroads Community lot for this Southern Living Building Hope and Tanger Outlet’s sponsored project. Architect Suzanne Stern from Our Town Plans is designing this home. Max Crosby Construction will be breaking ground on this mortgage-free home for this deserving family this spring. Community support and donations are welcomed. For more information, call Max Crosby Construction at (843) 766-9976 or visit maxcrosbyconstruction.com.

(from left) Rusty Carroll from Operation Finally Home, Widney Pierson, Tia Brooking with daughter, Mysia, Jeremy Brooking with daughter, Ava, Jamison Howard and his wife Heather.

For more information, call Triton Stone Group at (843) 471-0056 or visit tritonstone.com.

Story by By Devon Valastro

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Mike Greer, who previously worked for many years at Clear Blue Pools, has decided to make his mark in the Lowcountry by opening his own pool company: Michael Greer Pools. With over 25 years of experience, Mike can provide quality craftsmanship to create the pool of your dreams. He provides custom pool and spa design, pool renovation, pool care and pool inspections, and will have an inhome meeting to discuss your outdoor living vision. Via partnerships with local specialists in outdoor lighting and sound, landscaping, decking, and fencing, his company will be able to help you complete your perfect outdoor living space. By utilizing 3-D software, he is able to show you a preview before construction. For more information, call Michael Greer Pools at (843) 607-4739 or visit michaelgreerpools.com.


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Story by By Tyler Herzog

Shield Your Property Charleston has just become host to a new Mosquito Shield location, with owners Kevin and Teresa Jones excited to spearhead the local business. The couple’s ultimate goal is “to give folks their yards’ back, and get them to actually enjoy being outside, unbothered.” Mosquito Shield can aid in ridding your outdoor living space from the annoyance and health risks that mosquitoes present with their simple and effective approach. Licensed technicians will first access your property, apply a wax based repellent, then apply a proprietary spray blend guaranteed to cling to the property’s structures and fauna. This will eliminate existing mosquitoes and mask the presence of CO2, which attracts them. In order to maintain the new barrier, fresh layers will be applied routinely, eventually building up to create an impenetrable shield guaranteed to fulfill the company’s mission statement. For more information, call Mosquito Shield at (854) 444-2667 or visit moshield.com.

Arrival of Exotic Countertops

Story by By Tyler Herzog

Real Deal Countertops, renown for their diverse and exquisite natural stones, will be expanding their collection through the incorporation of exotic countertops. Imported directly from Brazil, the stones come in a variety of granite and quartzite and range all the more in color. What makes them truly exotic is the sourcing. Once the stones arrive in early spring, expert installers can assist homeowners in selecting and creating the countertop that best suits the space’s environment, whether indoor or outdoor, modern, or traditional. Located in Summerville, all it takes is one short trip to the showroom to add an extraordinary touch to your home.

Home Tour Season Commences It's that time of year again, and this year's home tour exhibits will not disappoint. The homes in each tour display a variety of architectural styles and design choices. Beginning Friday, April 7th, the Seventeenth Annual Kiawah Island Art and Homes Tour will take place. The self-guided tour showcases the builders' work and homeowners' collected artworks, antiques, and locally handcrafted furnishings. Soon after, the Daniel Island Luxury Home Tour will be the host of a self-guided tour of six stunning homes on Daniel Island on April 22nd. Last on the line-up is the Old Village Home, Garden & Art Tour, taking place on April 30th in Mt. Pleasant. Guests will have the opportunity to walk through the houses, as well as the homes' flora while artists showcase their work within. Come check out the stunning homes in the Lowcountry for architectural, landscape, and artistic inspiration galore. Story by By Tyler Herzog

For more information, call Real Deal Countertops at (866) 707-1414 or visit RealDealCountertops.com.

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DANIEL ISLAND LUXURY HOME TOUR

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CHARLESTON HOME + OUTDOOR LIVING FESTIVAL

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AD DIRECTORY 1st Class Painting & Restoration.......................... 205

Elegant Hardwood Floors.....................................235

Next To New..........................................................243

Aamsco Lighting , Inc. ......................................... 32

Emerald Homes.....................................................153

Nichiha..................................................................24

Accu-Brick Paving Systems.................................. 246

Energy One America..............................................138

Outdoor Lighting Perspectives.............................51

Advanced Kitchen Designs of Charleston............ 159

Express Sunrooms................................................241

Overhead Door Company of Charleston...............142

Advanced Window Fashions................................ 201

Farris Woodworks..................................................193

Pacific Shore Stones.............................................49

Affinity Integrated Solutions............................... 59

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery..........221

Palm Casual...........................................................69

AGM Imports........................................................ 31

Fiber Seal..............................................................209

Palmetto Mosquito Control ................................. 138

Aiden Fabrics........................................................ 91

Fine Rugs of Charleston........................................157

Palmetto Home Energy Audit.............................. 195

Alair Homes.......................................................... 161

Fisher Recycling by Glass Eco.............................233

Palmetto Moon Antiques..................................... 40

Alexandre Fleuren Interiors................................. 15

Flatfish Island Designs ....................................... 229

Palmetto Outdoor Kitchens................................. 134

All About Garage Doors....................................... 187

Floor Coverings International............................... 213

Palmetto Surfacing............................................... 23

America's Home Place..........................................44

For the House: The Barstool Shop...................... 149

Palmetto Tile Distributors.................................... 3

Antiques Market................................................... 157

Fulton Neighborhood........................................... 36

Paradise Home Improvement.............................. 153

Atlantic Stone....................................................... 34

Gateway Supply Co.............................................. 153

Pendergrass Moving Company, The.................... 151

Aqua Blue Pools................................................... 199

Grayhawk Homes of SC....................................... 231

Penny & Lucy Lou Art.......................................... 221

Audio Warehouse..................................................199

GDC Home............................................................ 17

Phillip W. Smith General Contractor.................... 18

AV Lifestyles..........................................................189

Granite Shop.........................................................134

Pool Cover Solutions............................................ 245

Axon Homes..........................................................52

Handyman Connections........................................207

Priester’s Custom Contracting............................. 111

Backyard Retreats.................................................8

Harper Construction Inc........................................63

QEI Security & Technology.................................. 132

Bath Fitter............................................................ 239

Heritage Pools LLC................................................151

Real Deal Countertops......................................... 223

Bennett Hofford Construction Company...............27

HLG Growers.........................................................253

REMARK Landscape Architecture......................... 42

Best Buy Blinds.................................................... 207

HWC Custom Cabinetry.........................................245

Rhino Shield......................................................... 225

Blue Haven Pools and Spas................................. 77

Insulsteel of SC, LLC.............................................142

Rick’s Lighting & Supplies................................... 229

Buck Lumber & Building Supply..................... 2

J. Geiger Shading Technology...............................144

Riverside Designers..............................................213

Buckhannon Brothers Tile............................... 19

Jackson Built Custom Homes................................43

Royal Building Products....................................... 41

Budget Blinds.................................................. 37

Jilco Kitchen and Bath...........................................9

SC Property Pros.................................................. 254

California Closets................................................. 161

Just Additions & Remodeling................................197

Schneider Tree Care............................................. 195

Carolina Flooring Specialists................................ 140

Just Hardscape & Design......................................56

Sea Island Builders.............................................. 12-13

Carolina Green Energy Systems.......................... 197

Kalman Construction.............................................48

ShelfGenie............................................................ 254

Carolina Lanterns & Lighting................................59

KBRS MicroFactory................................................89

SHELTER Custom-Built Living.............................. 4

Carolina Lumber Sourcing................................... 201

Kitchen Craft.........................................................207

Sherwin-Williams................................................. 223

Carolina Machine Finishing.................................. 233

KMD Interiors........................................................53

Signature Appliance Center................................. 83

Carpet Baggers Carpet One................................. 219

Koozer Painting.....................................................217

Smart Vent Products............................................ 87

Candelabra............................................................61

Lauren Messina Interior Design............................5

Southeast Kitchens.............................................. 241

Century Glass....................................................... 155

Leaf Filter Gutter Protection................................ 243

Southern Current................................................. 159

Century 21 Properties Plus.................................. 227

Leafguard...............................................................197

Southern Lumber & Millwork Corp..................... 29

Charleston Blind Company.................................. 187

Ledford’s Termite & Pest Control..........................245

Source Consulting................................................ 73

Charleston Cabinets............................................. 203

Liberty Cedar.........................................................259

Special Additions.................................................. 229

Charleston Fine Cabinetry and Interiors.............. 149

Live Oak Design Studio, LLC.................................47

Spivey Architects.................................................. 236

Charleston Lamp Company.................................. 233

Louver Shop, The..................................................231

Stacks Nursery..................................................... 189

Charleston Landscape.......................................... 21

Lowcountry Custom Pool & Spa...........................215

Stellar Engraving.................................................. 227

Charleston Lighting and Interiors........................ 46

Lowcountry Hurricane Protection & Shutters .....243

Steven Shell Living.............................................. 20

Charleston Plank Floors........................................203

Lowcountry Iron & Woodworks........................... 59

Strock Enterprises Design & Remodel................ 211

Charleston RiverDogs.......................................... 251

Lowcountry Monkey Bars.....................................140

Structures Building Company.............................. 10

Charleston Woodworks, Inc................................. 161

Lowcountry Premier Custom Homes....................22

Sullivan Custom Cabinets.................................... 249

Christopher Rose Architects, PA.......................... 14

Lowcountry Tile Contractors.................................236

Sunview Solar...................................................... 231

Cinder Creek Construction................................... 81

M & M Oil and Propane (The Fire Place).............193

Swift Appliance.................................................... 239

Circa Lighting....................................................... 217

Maner Builders Supply Co....................................227

SwivelSwing..........................................................193

Classic Kitchens of Charleston............................ 38

Max Crosby Construction......................................54

Terrace Oaks Antiques......................................... 103

Classic Remodeling & Construction..................... 33

Maxtrix Kids Rooms............................................. 79

Thomas M. Evans Custom Building & Renovations130

Clear Blue Pools................................................... 205

Melcer Tile.............................................................7

Three River Homes.............................................. 85

Closet Factory...................................................... 209

Michael Greer Pools............................................. 144

Triton Stone Group of Charleston.........................25

Coastal Design Builders....................................... 57

Miratec................................................................. 35

Ultimate Gutter Guard by Southern.....................138

Contract Exteriors................................................ 155

Moluf’s.................................................................. Back

Universal Marble and Granite.............................. 64

Coralberry Cottage............................................... 30

MosquitoNix..........................................................249

Vitoria International............................................. 39

Creature Catchers................................................. 251

Mosquito Shield....................................................55

VMS Home Painting Experts............................... 253

Crosby Creations Home Designs......................... 235

Muhler...................................................................211

Wholesale Appliance Center................................ 246

Culligan of Charleston......................................... 211

MW Hunter Custom Interiors................................255

William C. Pritchard Co........................................ 16

Danco Modern Furniture.......................................45

My Rooms Furniture Gallery.................................219

Yes Solar Solutions...............................................203

DIG Landscape......................................................136

Nautilus Company, LLC.........................................149

Yvonne Gregory Interiors..................................... 6

Domain Interiors & Design...................................11

NextGen Technologies...........................................75

Edgewater Energy Services..................................239

NHance Wood Renewal........................................ 215

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Closet & Organization Systems Advanced Window Fashions 881-8858 California Closets 762-7980 Closet Factory 564-7811 HWC Custom Cabinetry 207-0750 Maner Builders Supply Co. 552-0242 Consignment Next to New 606-2715 Cookware Kitchen Craft 352-483-7600 Countertops Advanced Kitchen Designs of Charleston 225-9344 AGM Imports 747-0088 Atlantic Stone 737-5004 Fisher Recycling 554-6099 Granite Shop 771-1235 Jilco Kitchen & Bath 849-6465 Lowcountry Tile Contractors, Inc. 763-2161 Melcer Tile 744-5345 Pacific Shore Stones 744-5665 Palmetto Surfacing, Inc. 569-1131 Real Deal Countertops 866-707-1414 Sullivan Custom Cabinets 554-5880 Southeast Kitchens 795-8809 Triton Stone Group 471-0056 Universal Marble & Granite, Inc. 866-919-7779 Vitoria International 760-2470 Cultured Marble Melcer Tile 744-5345 Decorative Hardware Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery 747-6301 Gateway Supply Company 554-0450 Moluf's 723-4881 Design / Build America's Home Place 824-2174 Insulsteel 637-4311 Nautilus Company 647-6224 Southeast Kitchens 795-8809 Designer Alexandre Fleuren Interiors 437-1396 Domain Interiors & Design, LLC 388-0328 KMD Interiors, LLC 819-8254 Lauren Messina Interior Design 214-4157 Riverside Designers 377-2600 Yvonne Gregory Interiors 708-3535 Doors Buck Lumber & Building Supply, Inc. 795-0150 Southern Lumber & Millwork Corp. 744-6281 Drapes Advanced Window Fashions 881-8858 Domain Interiors & Design, LLC 388-0328 MW Hunter Custom Interiors 556-4939 Driveways and Walkways Accu-Brick Paving Systems 821-0121 Just Hardscapes & Design 761-3410 Lowcountry Custom Pool & Spa 886-8988 Electrical Contractor QEI Security & Technology 797-7603 Engraving Stellar Engraving 795-6680 Fabrics Aiden Fabrics 216-0008 GDC Home 571-5142 Fabric Protection Fiber-Seal of the Lowcountry, LLC 345-9966 Fencing Lowcountry Iron & Woodworks 803-655-5653 Maner Builders Supply Co. 552-0242 Fireplaces M & M Oil & Propane (The Fireplace) 559-9113 Flood Vents Smart Vent Products, Inc. 877-441-8368 Flooring Buckhannon Brothers Tile 881-8911 Carpet Baggers Carpet One 571-0013 Charleston Plank Floors 278-1751 Elegant Hardwood Floors 723-8172 Floor Coverings International of Charleston 695-7801 Lowcountry Monkey Bars 296-1698 Lowcountry Tile Contractors, Inc. 763-2161 Melcer Tile 744-5345 Palmetto Tile Distributors, Inc. 266-8700 Source Consulting, LLC 936-3645 Furniture Antiques Market 849-8850 Backyard Retreats, Inc. 856-0049 Coralberry Cottage 884-2225 Danco Modern Furniture 884-2256 Domain Interiors & Design, LLC 388-0328 Farris Custom Woodworks 830-6353 For the House - The Barstool Shop 881-7073

GDC Home 571-5142 Lyndon Leigh 352-7359 Maxtrix Kids Furniture 877-776-3388 Maxwood Furniture 914-310-9350 M & M Oil & Propane (The Fireplace) 559-9113 My Rooms Furniture Gallery 800-338-8534 Next to New 606-2715 Palm Casual 881-0041 Palmetto Moon Antiques 856-1881 Steven Shell Living 216-3900 Terrace Oaks Antiques 795-9689 Garage Doors All About Garage Doors 832-4304 Overhead Door Co. of Charleston 767-0028 Garage Floor Coatings Carolina Flooring Specialists 725-8502 Garage Experts 212-7173 Garage Organization California Closets 762-7980 Carolina Flooring Specialists 725-8502 Garage Experts 212-7173 Lowcountry Monkey Bars 296-1698 Garden Décor M & M Oil & Propane (The Fireplace) 559-9113 Palmetto Moon Antiques 856-1881 Stacks Nursery 832-4769 Gas Lanterns Carolina Lanterns & Lighting 881-4170 Charleston Lighting and Interiors 766-3055 Rick's Lighting & Interiors 763-2282 Grills M & M Oil & Propane (The Fireplace) 559-9113 Palmetto Outdoor Kitchens 216-0006 Gutters Leaf Filter North of South Carolina, Inc. 330-655-7950 Leafguard of the Lowcountry 832-3353 Paradise Home Improvement 804-6396 Ultimate Gutter Guard & Bath Solutions 410-0645 Handyman Services Handyman Connection 529-9400 Hardscapes Accu-Brick Paving Systems 821-0121 Just Hardscape & Design 761-3410 Hardwood Floor Refinishing Elegant Hardwood Floors 723-8172 NHance Wood Renewal 822-5939 Hardwood Floors Carpet Baggers Carpet One 571-0013 Charleston Plank Floors 278-1751 Elegant Hardwood Floors 723-8172 Floor Coverings International of Charleston 695-7801 Home Automation Audio Warehouse 571-0535 AV Lifestyles 277-0027 NextGen Technologies, Inc. 871-8531 QEI Security & Technology 797-7603 Home Décor Antiques Market 849-8850 Candelabra 849-7775 Coralberry Cottage 884-2225 GDC Home 571-5142 Lyndon Leigh 352-7359 MW Hunter Custom Interiors 556-4939 Next to New 606-2715 Palmetto Moon Antiques 856-1881 Penny & Lucy Lou 803-788-0559 Steven Shell Living 216-3900 Terrace Oaks Antiques 795-9689 Home Energy Audit Palmetto Home Energy Audit, Inc. 607-4442 Home Theater Audio Warehouse 571-0535 AV Lifestyles 277-0059 NextGen Technologies, Inc. 871-8531 QEI Security & Technology 797-7603 House Plans Crosby Creations Home Designs 514-7354 Flatfish Island Designs 882-8123 Live Oak Design Studio, LLC 259-2422 Hurricane Shutters / Protection Lowcountry Hurricane Protection & Shutters 822-5519 Muhler 572-9727 HVAC (Heating and Air) Palmetto Home Energy Audit, Inc. 607-4442 Indoor Air Quality Insulsteel 637-4311 Insulation Energy One America 388-6260 Interior Decorating Alexandre Fleuren Interiors 437-1396 Domain Interiors & Design, LLC 388-0328


GDC Home 571-5142 KMD Interiors, LLC 819-8254 Lauren Messina Interior Design 214-4157 MW Hunter Custom Interiors 556-4939 Riverside Designers 377-2600 Southern Places, Inc. 803-788-0559 Yvonne Gregory Interiors 708-3535 Kids & Youth Bedrooms Maxtrix Kids Furniture 877-776-3388 Kitchen Accessories Kitchen Craft 352-483-7600 Landscape Architect Remark Landscape Architecture 952-7817 Landscape Design Charleston Landscape, LLC 296-7592 D.I.G. Landscape 327-4372 Remark Landscape Architecture 952-7817 Stacks Nursery 832-4769 Landscape Lighting Outdoor Lighting Perspectives 412-5874 Landscape Materials Charleston Landscape, LLC 296-7592 Fisher Recycling 554-6099 HLG Growers of the Lowcountry 901-4862 Stacks Nursery 832-4769 Landscaping Charleston Landscape, LLC 296-7592 D.I.G. Landscape 327-4372 Stacks Nursery 832-4769 LED Lighting Outdoor Lighting Perspectives 412-5874 Light Fixtures Aamsco Lighting 278-0000 Candelabra 849-7775 Carolina Lanterns & Lighting 881-4170 Charleston Lamp Company 763-9150 Charleston Lighting and Interiors 766-3055 Circa Lighting 937-5990 Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery 747-6301 Rick's Lighting & Interiors 763-2282 Steven Shell Living 216-3900 Lumber Buck Lumber & Building Supply, Inc. 795-0150 Carolina Lumber Sourcing 297-4628 Liberty Cedar 744-0450 Southern Lumber & Millwork Corp. 744-6281 Mantles AGM Imports 747-0088 Marble AGM Imports 747-0088 Granite Shop 771-1235 Lowcountry Tile Contractors, Inc. 763-2161 Palmetto Surfacing, Inc. 569-1131 Real Deal Countertops 866-707-1414 Triton Stone Group 471-0056 Universal Marble & Granite, Inc. 866-919-7779 Vitoria International 760-2470 Millwork Buck Lumber & Building Supply, Inc. 795-0150 Liberty Cedar 744-0450 Lowcountry Iron & Woodworks 803-655-5653 Southern Lumber & Millwork Corp. 744-6281 Mirrors Aamsco Lighting 278-0000 Century Glass 614-4628 Charleston Lighting and Interiors 766-3055 Palmetto Moon Antiques 856-1881 Rick's Lighting & Interiors 763-2282 Moisture Control Carolina Green Energy Systems 471-1560 Energy One America 388-6260 Mold Prevention Carolina Green Energy Systems 471-1560 Energy One America 388-6260 Moving & Storage Pendergrass Moving Company, The 971-0919 Outdoor Furniture Backyard Retreats, Inc. 856-0049 Palm Casual 881-0041 SwivelSwing LLC 991-2345 Outdoor Kitchens Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery 747-6301 Lowcountry Custom Pool & Spa 886-8988 M & M Oil & Propane (The Fireplace) 559-9113 Palmetto Outdoor Kitchens 216-0006 Southeast Kitchens 795-8809 Paint Rhino Shield 884-1992 Sherwin-Williams Company 1800-4Sherwin Spectrum Paint 866-437-5863

Painter 1st Class Painting & Restoration 324-6006 Carolina Machine Finishing 760-0029 Koozer Painting 881-2212 NHance Wood Renewal 822-5939 Rhino Shield 884-1992 VMS Home Painting Experts 452-1860 Pergola Express Sunrooms 501-0036 Special Additions, Inc. 851-2303 Pest Control Creature Catchers 205-0551 Ledford's Termite & Pest Control, Inc. 766-8298 Mosquito Nix 619-3033 Mosquito Shield 854-444-2667 Palmetto Exterminators 766-9701 Palmetto Mosquito Control 766-9701 Plumbing Fixtures Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery 747-6301 Gateway Supply Company 554-0450 Moluf's 723-4881 Triton Stone Group 471-0056 Wholesale Appliance Center 556-0917 Pool and Spa Covers Pool Cover Solutions of the Southeast 766-0289 Professional Designer / Kitchens Strock Enterprise Design & Remodel, LLC 566-0250 Propane M & M Oil & Propane (The Fireplace) 559-9113 Real Estate Century 21 Properties Plus 714-8029 SC Property Pros 641-0813 Remodeling 1st Class Painting & Restoration 261-0212 Advanced Kitchen Designs 225-9344 Atlantic Stone 737-5004 Bennett Hofford Construction 722-8169 ext. 223 Charleston Cabinets, Inc. 554-7800 Cinder Creek Construction 737-2201 Classic Remodeling & Construction 763-3297 Coastal Design Builders, LLC 300-9383 Handyman Connection 529-9400 Harper Construction 737-4745 Just Additions & Remodeling 352-7341 Kalman Construction 856-0515 Lowcountry Custom Pool & Spa 886-8988 Paradise Home Improvement 864-849-0167 Phillip W. Smith General Contractor, Inc. 881-9828 Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC 200-8495 Real Deal Countertops 866-707-1414 SC Property Pros 641-0813 Sea Island Builders 883-7430 SHELTER Custom-Built Living 278-2914 Southeast Kitchens 795-8809 Special Additions 851-2303 Strock Enterprise Design & Remodel, LLC 566-0250 Structures Building Co. 856-6901 Sunview General Contractors 532-9157 Thomas Evans Custom Building and Renovations 442-0277 Rugs Fine Rugs of Charleston 974-4166 Roofing Harper Construction 737-4745 Contract Exteriors 733-3223 Security & Safety Systems Affinity Integrated Solutions 437-3377 Audio Warehouse 571-0535 NextGen Technologies 871-8531 QEI Security & Technology 797-7603 Shelving & Organization ShelfGenie 888-491-6191 Shower Doors Century Glass 614-4628 Maner Builders Supply Co. 552-0242 Shutters Advanced Window Fashions 881-8858 Best Buy Blinds 884-3454 Budget Blinds 856-9498 Charleston Blind Company 478-1913 Lowcountry Hurricane Protection & Shutters 822-5519 Louver Shop, The 1-800-532-7866 Muhler 572-9727 Siding Buck Lumber & Building Supply, Inc. 795-0150 Carolina Machine Finishing 760-0029 Contract Exteriors 733-3223 Nichiha 770-805-9467 Southern Lumber & Millwork Corp. 744-6281 Ultimate Gutter Guard & Bath Solutions 410-0645 Solar Hot Water Heaters Edgewater Energy Services 937-9999

Solar Solutions Edgewater Energy Services 937-9999 Southern Current 225-2980 Sunview General Contractors 532-9157 Yes Solar Solution 919-459-4155 Spas & Hot Tubs Aqua Blue Pools 767-7665 Backyard Retreats, Inc. 856-0049 Blue Haven Pools 552-6000 Clear Blue Pools, Inc. 300-4143 Heritage Pools, LLC 762-3417 Michael Greer Pools 607-4739 Staging & Staging Consultations Pendergrass Moving Company, The 971-0919 Stone Products AGM Imports 747-0088 Granite Shop 771-1235 Lowcountry Tile Contractors, Inc. 763-2161 Pacific Shore Stones 744-5665 Palmetto Surfacing, Inc. 569-1131 Real Deal Countertops 866-707-1414 Triton Stone Group 471-0056 Universal Marble & Granite, Inc. 866-919-7779 Vitoria International 760-2470 Structured Insulated Panels Insulsteel 637-4311 Structured Wiring Audio Warehouse 571-0535 AV Lifestyles 277-0059 NextGen Technologies, Inc. 871-8531 QEI Security & Technology 797-7603 Sunrooms Express Sunrooms 501-0036 Muhler 572-9727 Special Additions, Inc. 851-2303 Swimming Pools Aqua Blue Pools 767-7665 Blue Haven Pools 552-6000 Clear Blue Pools, Inc. 300-4143 Heritage Pools, LLC 762-3417 Lowcountry Custom Pool & Spa 886-8988 Michael Greer Pools 607-4739 Termite Contract Ledford's Termite & Pest Control, Inc. 766-8298 Palmetto Exterminators 766-9701 Tile Buckhannon Brothers Tile 881-8911 Carpet Baggers Carpet One 571-0013 Lowcountry Tile Contractors, Inc. 763-2161 Melcer Tile 744-5345 Palmetto Tile Distributors, Inc. 266-8700 Tree Removal Services Schneider Tree Care 300-5200 Upholstery Aiden Fabrics 216-0008 Upholstery Protection Fiber-Seal of the Lowcountry, LLC 345-9966 Waterproofing Systems KBRS Microfactory 866-912-3211 Water Features HLG Growers of the Lowcountry 901-4862 Water Purification Culligan of Charleston 642-8688 Whole House Audio Audio Warehouse 571-0535 AV Lifestyles 277-0059 NextGen Technologies, Inc. 871-8531 QEI Security & Technology 797-7603 Window Treatments Advanced Window Fashions 881-8858 Audio Warehouse 571-0535 Best Buy Blinds 884-3454 Budget Blinds 856-9498 Charleston Blind Company 478-1913 J. Geiger Shading Technology 844-543-4437 Louver Shop, The 1-800-532-7866 Maner Builders Supply Co. 552-0242 MW Hunter Custom Interiors 556-4939 Windows Buck Lumber & Building Supply, Inc. 795-0150 Muhler 572-9727 Southern Lumber & Millwork Corp. 744-6281 Sunview General Contractors 532-9157 Ultimate Gutter Guard & Bath Solutions 410-0645 Wood Refinishing Farris Custom Woodworks 830-6353 NHance Wood Renewal 822-5939 Wrought Iron Lowcountry Iron & Woodworks 803-655-5653

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Charleston Home + Design Magazine: Spring 2017  

Inside the Historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House of Art Collector and Author of "The Art of Southern Charm" Patricia Altschul

Charleston Home + Design Magazine: Spring 2017  

Inside the Historic Isaac Jenkins Mikell House of Art Collector and Author of "The Art of Southern Charm" Patricia Altschul