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

Woodrow Wilson Family Home

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The only Presidential site in the entire state of South Carolina also happens to be the only family home that was ever actually owned by Wilson’s father while growing up. The Historic Columbia… Continue reading

4 South Battery St.

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As a little girl growing up in South Carolina one of my most vivid memories is of walking the streets of Charleston and being mesmerized by the gorgeous structures, towering high overhead. It… Continue reading

The underlying beauty of a city is felt in the every day Details:

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So proud to be a part of such a great team that has worked tirelessly over the years alongside our clients to help restore, preserve, maintain, and evolve some of the most stunning… Continue reading

Medallion Moulding

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Currently working on a project locally here in Columbia.  This piece is from the last structure built in the city with the onset of WWII.  Once this project was originally completed all building… Continue reading

From the Vault

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Just a few quick images I wanted to share with you all.  There is an enormous amount of images from Mike’s work throughout the 70s, 80s, 90s, and early 2000s, all stunning and… Continue reading

Unitarian Church: Ever Grace, Ever Class

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Tucked away down a tiny street, almost to the southern most end of the Charleston Peninsula, lies the Unitarian Church. In a city so renowned for its flair and pomp, there she lies,… Continue reading