For a colorful kitchen, consider pink and emerald, mango and chalk blue, ochre and sea foam or periwinkle and plum, just to name a few.
/ by Stephanie Burnette and Lina LeGare Woven and under-stained finishes may have arrived on a wave of early-90s nostalgia, but the current blonde home goods are far from golden and shellacked. Boasting beautiful design and a focus on material...
/ story and photos by Lina LeGare There’s one more way to supercharge your sleep, beyond white noise and closing screens 30 minutes prior to bed, and it might just be the most beautiful sleep hack yet: bedside blooms. Flowers are...
/ by Lynn Greenlaw  / photography by Eli Warren Soapstone is a metamorphic rock composed dominantly of talc and a variety of other minerals. The degree of softness is important in the use of the stone and is how it...
When you plan furnishings around a fireplace, the mantel sits center stage. Local design duo @wilsongirls believe what surrounds the hearth can become the heart of your home décor. Sisters Cathleen Seay and Jean Wilson Freeman are the Wilson Girls,...
/ by Tasha L. Harrison / fine art photography by Erin Hughes / portrait by Latoya Dixon Smith There are five levels of boredom: indifferent, apathetic, calibrating, reactant, and searching. The levels are mapped on an axis of how negative...
/ by Lynn Greenlaw  / photo by Eli Warren Late summer and early fall always seem to provide us with a bounty of materials to help create a display for the seasonal table. All you need to do is to...
With nearly 150K followers between their accounts, Wesley Turner and his husband, Daniel Schavey, are Greenville’s own Instagram royalty. Fans across the country avidly watch the daily stories of life on their South Carolina flower farm (with glimpses of...
Kitchens play catch up with technology, finishes and high functionality. For a kitchen update with impact, consider investing in a new faucet or  a fresh sink. Aimee Williams Garrett of Gateway  Supply Co. is our source for what’s new, ...
/ by Stephanie Burnette  / photography by Eli Warren The fabrications of Teresa Roche are rooted in the culture of South Carolina’s mill villages. Her parents were employed by the Piedmont Number One Cotton Mill in the 1950s and ‘60s, part...