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August 2014

Market Report:
Looking to Get Organized?

Charleston-based designer Regina Garcia says a designated “drop zone” can make it happen. “Every home has a nook where this can work—maybe a back hallway or in the kitchen,” she says. “It’s flexible and modular; no built-ins required!” Here, find her picks for a cohesive design that keeps chaos at bay

Pimlico desk lamp by E.F. Chapman, antique burnished brass ($483), at Circa Lighting









Round Thomas Metal Cubby ($130), at World Market 








Enchanted Woods wall covering in Supernatural by Phillip Jeffries, cork with metallic accents ($55 per yard), at Regina Garcia Design







Isabella writing desk by Redford House, wood with antique brass hardware (from $1,510), at Coralberry Cottage





Codify pencil holder, metal ($48), at Anthropologie








Sawyer boxes by Made Goods, striped canvas with leather trim ($399 for a set of two), at Candelabra









Swedish cane side chair by Redford House, alder wood ($550), at Coralberry Cottage












Regina Garcia

Who she is: a full-service interior designer

Where you’ve seen her: HGTV’s Bang for Your Buck

More on this versatile look: “I chose coastal colors and textures, which tend to work regardless of gender and style.”

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Photographs by (Portrait) Hunter Mcrae & Courtesy of (Sawyer boxes) Made Goods, (Chair & desk) Redford House, (lamp) Circa lighting, (wall covering) Phillip Jeffries, (Pencil Holder) anthropologie, & (metal cubby) Cost Plus World Market