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  • It’s that time of year when we tend to have guests flowing through our front doors­—so we asked Muffie Faith, owner of Elizabeth Stuart Design, to dream up the accoutrements for a welcoming foyer. “I love mixing antiques with a few things that are simple and new for a quiet, sophisticated hello,” she says. Here’s her cozy design, perfect for ushering visitors in out of the cold

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  • Grow these shimmery beauties throughout your garden for a winter green space that glows

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  • Stylish gal Hollie Wood doesn’t need to spend a lot of money to create an elegant look. In fact, she works hard to source vintage items over brand-new pieces because she loves décor with a history—and she knows buying used is gentler on the environment. Shopping exclusively at local secondhand stores and antique malls, Wood dreamed up this stately look for the Thanksgiving table, and our editors picked a few new (but retro-inspired!) items to round out her selections

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  • A young creative couple infuses their Charleston single house with a stripped-down contemporary aesthetic that complements its patinaed character

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  • Brighten the cool season garden with Salvia officinalis’ uncommon beauty and culinary utility

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  • Plant daffodil bulbs this fall and, in a few months, their cheerful blooms will signal warmer weather to come

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  • We Charlestonians love our porches so much, we treat them like outdoor rooms. Knowing this, designer Heidi Walker selected some favorite patio furnishings for entertaining and relaxing solo. “In our climate, outdoor living is enjoyed all year,” she says. “Establish zones for dining and lounging to take full advantage.”

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  • A local businesswoman and community volunteer turns a 1956 residence into the contemporary home of her dreams—without interrupting South Windermere’s quaint, cottagey vibe

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  • This beloved shrub lives up to its botanical name—Osmanthus fragrans—offering dainty clusters of heady blooms

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  • The master bedroom should feel like an oasis, safe from the hustle of everyday life. Area designer Margaret Donaldson says clients are allotting more square footage—or even an entire wing—to this important space. “It’s become an enclave unto itself,” she notes. Here, she dreams up the accoutrements for her ideal master suite

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