Quintessential Antebellum South

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Boone Hall Plantation. Quintessential Southern Charm. Romantic Mile long, Oak lined drive. Antebellum Southern Plantation. Old School Charm. Gentle Breezes and Fireflies at Dusk. A Step back in Time. One of our most… Continue reading

Rue Blanche

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Urban design is such a fascinating field – the way a city is laid out at the original onset. How the grandiose ideas of the founders of the place are apparent in the… Continue reading

Cochrane Residence

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Anyone who has had the opportunity to visit the low-country of SC understands that the charm doesn’t lie in the talk and the dress of the South. Or in the streets of these… Continue reading

Hirshhorn Museum

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The Smithsonian Institute’s Museum of Modern Art is a stunning SOM (Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill) design that sits on the south side of the National Mall in DC. Forget for a moment about… Continue reading

Channeling our Inner Ernest

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The Victor Social Club is one of Charleston’s newest hot-spots in its ever growing culinary hub. Tucked away on a little side alley that runs parallel to King Street, most know this space… Continue reading

McLeod Law Group

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Stunning interiors are featured within this law practice’s offices situated in the heart of downtown Charleston, SC.  The pictures help capture the beauty and character of our stunning Venetian Plasters – and the… Continue reading

Color Wheel

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This past year I have been working with a client out of Lloyd Harbor, NY who is building a house on Long Island.  I have been enamored with the accents from the get-go… Continue reading

Tis’ but a soft Irish Day

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The storms are making their way through Columbia today, darkening the sky and trifling the leaves and limbs of the large oaks standing outside.  It is on days like these, and weather like… Continue reading

“The Nation’s Oldest Residential Street”

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Elfreth’s Alley. What could be more American?! The phrase itself conjures up images of Red, White, and Blue. Located just one block away from the Liberty Bell, walking along this beloved street, one… Continue reading

Pre-WWII

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WWII was a phenomenally pivotal time in this country’s history and culture;  social change was occurring, major economic restructuring, and political perceptions were being altered.  But let’s not overlook the incredible impact WWII… Continue reading