Looking to change your door hardware and curious about which type of lock system to install? We’ve got some great answers from a local source. Whether your question is about existing door locks and how to coordinate them or...
Today’s kitchens are expected to multitask, much like their owners. / by Leigh Savage It’s the room where friends gather, kids congregate and families catch up. Much more than the place where food is prepared, today’s kitchens often need a range...
Thinking outside the ring box offers couples sparkling options, both old and new.
A trend in home décor that shows no sign of slowing down is homeowners’ growing preference for flooring made from wood, vinyl, tile or similar hard surfaces instead of carpet. Michael Wilson, president of Michael & Co. Interiors, Inc. and Greenville...
/ by Jeffrey Dooley The laundry room is one of the home’s most underutilized spaces. Lots of overflow items can be functionally stored in your laundry room, keeping all in order. Functionality is key in my everyday life as well...
/ by Beth Ables / photography by Jessica Barley Paper snowflakes, they seem universal: the folding, cutting and unfurling of these childhood masterpieces, littering the floor with papery bits, the final product soon to be Scotch-taped to a window. But,...
This season’s style spotter: Terry Gillespie of Hennessee Haven Sometimes little more than a pedestal, these drink tables or drinking tables or martini tables, as they are sometimes called, can really amp the entertaining spaces in your home. “Many customers are...
/ by Hali Wyatt Notorious for storing tools, bikes, mowers and everything else that just doesn’t seem to have a place inside, clutter can easily overrun what you think should look like an organized toy box. Functionality is key when...
/ 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...
/ by Lynn Greenlaw If you have only thought of a paperweight as whatever might be handy and hard enough to hold down a stack of papers, think again. They can be  objects of beauty that are made entirely of...

Distinctive Character

/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios Being patrons of the arts not only afforded...

The Joy of Maximalism

/ by Allison Walsh / photography by Inspiro 8 Studios For Jean Wilson Freeman it’s not the house...

Rock Art

/ by Lynn Greenlaw  / photography by Eli Warren Soapstone is a metamorphic rock composed dominantly of talc...

A Cut Above

/ by Brendan Blowers / photography by Eli Warren The son of a woodworker, Jeremy Schrock was in...

Bridge House

/ by Jonathan Ammons / photography by Kevin Meechan Tucked away in the mountains near Cashiers, rather intentionally...