/ photography by Red Apple Tree Photography and Chugach Peaks Photography Their relationship began in 2016 when Sydney Strong’s cousin introduced her to Michelle Geannakakes. Michelle had taken a travel nursing assignment in Alaska and Sydney had moved back to...
B irds are awesome nest builders. If you’ve ever found a nest in your yard you’ve seen how intricately they are constructed. A variety of materials- twigs, grasses, moss, feathers, dead leaves, mud and string, to name a few- can...
Birds don’t stay still, but they can be persuaded to visit your yard. My heart thrills when a Cardinal flashes his bright plumage or a Carolina Wren belts out her tea-kettle-tea-kettle-tea-kettle-tea in my Lady Banksia climbing rose or a...
Style and substance can extend to the spaces outside your doorways with the help of a landscape architect. Above and below ground can benefit greatly with some expert know-how. We asked Graham Kimak about what he and his team...
Mother Nature may not always play along, but planning for an outdoor wedding can reap stunning rewards.
Bolt Farm Treehouse | Walhalla, SC
Timmons Family Home | Greenville, SC
Edinburgh West | Taylors, SC
Five years in the making, the landscape and gardens planned by Dabney Peeples for an Alta Vista estate are quietly dimensional.
Mother’s Day came up; the gifts we give, the things we receive and the sentiment behind it.

Cheers to Love

/ photography by Red Apple Tree Photography and Chugach Peaks Photography Their relationship began in 2016 when Sydney...

Perfectly Paired

/ written and photographed by Pete Martin It doesn’t take much to make me happy. Give me a...

Old cocktail, new twist

/ by Pete Martin  / photography by Pete Martin and Robert Bradley   Now is truly a great time...

The Renaissance of the Drink Table

This season’s style spotter: Terry Gillespie of Hennessee Haven Sometimes little more than a pedestal, these drink tables...

Fungi Tales

/ by Julia Sibley-Jones / photography by Chelsea Lane Photography Humans love mushrooms and I think the proof...