Two blocks from the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon on East Bay Street sits Charleston Artist Guild Gallery. Founded in 1953, it is the oldest art guild in Charleston.
When Bryant Dyess started woodworking years ago, he had no idea his hobby would turn into Encore Reclaimed Lumber & Millwork.
Black tableware is all the rage in Europe, so when acclaimed chefs across France, England, Portugal and Italy unequivocally declared that black dishes were in, the new trend almost instantly began appearing at tradeshows across Europe.
Sarah Miller wants to show you something. Miller is the owner and curator of the Miller Gallery on East Bay Street, a gallery that is a big deal for Charleston. The gallery has been open nearly a year, and if you haven’t visited yet, you’re in for a treat.
Located on one of the most picturesque streets in the heart of Charleston’s French Quarter, Revealed Art Gallery is a treasure trove of contemporary art. An open door invites passersby to stop in and admire the talent that comes to life on the first floor of this 18th-century house.
The curvy yet tailored Channing chair from CR Laine is a modern piece with a vintage vibe. The bright fuchsia fabric is accented by brass or pewter nail trim around the base and legs.
Walking into Yves Delorme’s chic shop on lower King Street this spring, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve stepped right into Monet’s Water Lilies.
When Connie and John Altergott decided to relocate from the Chicago area to Charleston, they quickly fell in love with the I’On community in Mount Pleasant for its walkability and small-town feel. And, they were ecstatic to find a lot big enough to accommodate their needs, a rare score in this mixed-use, New Urbanist neighborhood.
South Carolina’s Lowcountry is truly “in the zone” for indooroutdoor living. Our temperate clime, waterway vistas and unspoiled terrain offer stunning settings for a lifestyle that moves freely from inside to outside. With the arrival of spring this year, we decided to celebrate the season by showcasing the alfresco styling of three Daniel Island homes.
When a couple stumbled upon the discovery of a lifetime—an available double lot situated along the northern coastal edge of the Isle of Palms—these long-time Isle of Palms residents knew immediately it was the perfect place to build their forever home.
If you walk into Danco Modern Furniture, don’t be surprised to see someone sitting comfortably in a Stressless chair reading a book. “I’ve had people come in and sit in a chair for two or three hours.
It’s often said that consumers vote with their feet and walk away from a vendor if they are dissatisfied. Customers of Fox Home Solutions vote with their feet by returning to Fox again and again.
Celadon, a free-spirited home furnishings store in Mount Pleasant, features items of décor from every corner of the world—think Romania, Indonesia and Mali.
It’s hard to believe, but Circa Lighting has been a fixture on upper King Street for over 13 years now. Who hasn’t rounded the corner of King and John streets in the evening and not stopped to enjoy the sparkling, warm lights that glow within.
To meet Charles Farrar is to meet a man whose warm and engaging personality makes him likable even before you learn what a talented artist he is.
Pink is a bold color. Whether you see it on clothing, in a work of art or on a car, when something is painted pink, it announces its presence in style. If you live in the Lowcountry, you may have noticed another way that pink is being used: on building materials.
Just because Hickory Chair, the esteemed manufacturer of American-made wood and upholstered products, has been around since 1911, don’t think for a minute that it’s become oversized and stodgy.
Tommy Manuel’s inventive approach to Lowcountry architecture springs from influences as surprising and disparate as his innovative drawings.
Blending the colors of sand and sea, the Neu pitcher features a clean, modern silhouette. Ideal as a display piece and functional for everyday use, it comes in two sizes and is part of a full dish collection.
When Whitney Schrum, an architect at Applied Building Sciences, was ready to build her family home, she and her husband, John, turned to longtime friend and fellow architect Damien Busillo of DLB Custom Home Design.