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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

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

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

Interior designer Cortney Bishop turns her love-at-first-sight “impulse buy” into inspired family digs filled with bold pairings and eclectic antiques

Jenny Sanford snaps up and streamlines an old beach cottage for the next chapter of just-right island life with her boys

Seattle transplants awaken a sleepy creekside residence with a lively mix of tropical plants, crisp neutrals, and an abiding appreciation for life outdoors.

A young builder takes on his own Riverland Terrace cottage with a one-man, room-by-room rehab

With penthouse views, vibrant hues, and a come-as-you-are vibe, this Isle of Palms summer home revises beachhouse basics

The Sustainable Warehouse rescues building materials destined for the landfill, then welcomes shoppers into the resulting trove of architectural treasures

Fresh finds for late-summer shopping

Seaside decor should be true to form, says Sullivan’s Island-based stylist Nathalie Naylor. Rather than “themey” sailing camp or electric blue aquarium looks, true coastal decor reflects what’s outside our windows: the colors of sand and sea, marsh and sunset. Here are her picks for getting started.

Charleston Hardware sells a myriad of lines of meticulous reproductions

A residence custom-designed for the Holy City and tailored over time to suit our climate and society to perfection: of all the things that make this town special, the Charleston single, one of downtown’s most prominent architectural styles, has got to be top-of-the-list. Find out why the homes face south and sideways and how “haint blue” and “northside manners” factor in.

How to transform a late-1700s cotton warehouse-turned 1950s residence into a home perfectly suited to Holy City living, circa-2013? With smart color choices, room-heightening design elements, and just-right furnishings from local stores, that’s how! Find out what solutions eight interior designers—and one pro green thumb—used in creating the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, Inc.’s (CSOL®) 36th annual Designer Showhouse at 4 South Adgers Wharf. This spring, it raised $90,000 for the CSOL®—now, cash in on the ideas it holds for your own home

SpaceCraft drives Charleston’s DIY movement forward with techy innovation



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