“Forever Home” Focus Designing dual homes on one property with an emphasis on longevity was no easy task, but the fine folks at Charleston Cabinets helped to bring this Mt. Pleasant home to life.
enuine, unrestrained tears of joy has to be one of the best human emotional acts; whether the accompanying smile shining through is your own or you are just a witness, it is a wonderful experience. Tears of joy came when Mt. Pleasant homeowner Barbara Klaris began talking about bringing
CH+D • Spring 2018
the dream of living with her daughter and son-in-law, Jennifer and John Swegle, in a custom-created “forever home” into a reality. While the idea of relocating to a central location and building a home that would allow both the mother and the daughter to live together, yet still live
separately when need be, has been mulled over for years, the notion recently came to fruition in fall of last year. One company who helped comb through the years of accumulated house ideas was Charleston Cabinets. Since both ladies are avid bakers, having high-functioning kitchens with ample storage was on the
For the First Time in 39 Seasons This Old House Films in Charleston with Stars Kevin O'Connor and Tom Silva