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The Charleston Home

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

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

Thanks to a totally efficient design, an eco-minded family downsizes into the modern and sustainable home of their dreams without sacrificing an ounce of comfort

After debating between two coasts, Lynne and Steve Hamontree settled on Sullivan’s Island and, with help from area designer Cortney Bishop, revamped a spec home to reflect their particular brand of West-meets-East Coast cool

An airy, art-filled Sullivan’s home gives a young urban family a relaxing seaside escape with long coastal views

Parlors morph into playrooms and vintage treasure find new purpose in the Lail family's urban digs.

The renovation of her 1960s tri-level leads artist Sally Bennett, and her family, down a new path


Throughout Charleston, the nuance and pull of history is palpable, like a sixth sense, a fifth dimension. It drapes around the city as if a mysterious swaddling cloth, both tangible and intangible, seen and unseen. It’s a thread that winds over and through and between everything, trailing down alleyways, along cobblestones, into piazzas, beneath oak groves, and sometimes even, it leads you home. At least it did for Susan and Trenholm Walker

The interior design maven behind haute home decor emporium Elizabeth Stuart Design opens the doors to her rehabbed Old Village residence, decked out in her signature flawless style and fit-for-family furnishings

A young family breathes new life into a 1926 Craftsman dwelling, with smart design ideas and a handsome blend of classic form and modern-day function

A young family falls for an 1871 Old Village single house and transforms its disjointed quirks into divine living spaces

One of Charleston’s vanguard couples trades downtown digs for light and easy island life

Chicago transplants Sharon and Charles Gudas enlist interior designer Muffie Faith to help bridge their vibrant brand of urban elegance with approachable, livable comfort.

A neglected lot gets a makeover, including a new home and private garden that blend seamlessly by design  


LaNelle and Robert Barber rebuild on Bowen’s Island


A pair of Italian immigrants fall hard for an historic Ansonborough single

Designer Angie Hranowsky uses vibrant color and daring design tricks to blow the doors off a plain-Jane single house in Harleston Village

One of Charleston’s vanguard couples trades downtown digs for light and easy island life

A young family transforms an Old Village church into a home that fosters creativity

A Georgian house on Tradd Street reveals historic treasures

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