Q + A with Local Artist Sam Sidney

Did you always want to be an artist? Yes; for my whole entire life I've wanted to be an artist! There was never a question of what I wanted to be when I grew up. It's always been who I am. How did you determine your medium? It all began...

An Artist in the WILD

Drew Doggett has won over 110 international awards and accolades for his photography and filmography. A notable acquisition from the Smithsonian Institute, number four in the World’s Top Ten Black & White Photographers, a finalist in the Equus Film Festival, and more recognitions make up Drew’s extensive resume. Drew’s work...

Textiles Inspired by the Coast

Emily Daws of Emily Daws Textiles has always been drawn to fabrics. Once she learned to sew, she began designing and creating one-of-a-kind pieces. She continued her passion in Milan where she completed a design course in textiles and apparel. Upon completion of her course, Emily developed a ready-to-wear line...

Getting to Know Mary Alice Monroe

Chances are you've heard Mary Alice Monroe's name prior to reading her story in our summer issue. In the cover story, we dive deep into what make Mary Alice her - her books, her family, her home, etc. We talked about the more serious stuff, now here are some fun...

Art & Conservation at Home

Over the past year, many of us have picked up additional hobbies at home. Consider a staycation at Palmetto Bluff, just two hours south of Charleston, to learn about art and conservation in our own backyards. The Palmetto Bluff team has creative workshops and environmental conservation efforts to teach visitors...

Past Covers – Paula Rallis

Last spring, we featured the stunning Lowcountry home of Paula Rallis - pilot, designer, home flipper extraordinaire. Since her 2020 cover, Paula has moved into, and flipped, yet another Charleston home. We catch up with Paula and chat about where she is now and where she might be in the...

Culinary Art & Design

In 2011, Charleston was well on its way to becoming the iconic culinary destination it is today. Although it had always been a must-go location for foodies, this was the beginning of a new savory, locally-sourced era. City icons like Sean Brock had just opened Husk, and Mike Lata was...

Sustainable Design Recognition for Charleston Artist

Charleston local Erica Stine is a Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Furniture Design master’s student. This year she was awarded a top honor at the Red Dot Design Awards, honoring excellence in sustainable design innovation. This competition draws more than 11,000 submissions from roughly 60 countries across the...

Dewberry Hotel Launches Product Line

The Dewberry hotel has launched a product line so their guests can bring the hotel experience back home. The collection features five items ranging from artwork to tea. The Dewberry Charleston's "LOVE" PrintTaken at dawn on April 2, 2020, this print displays the exterior of The Dewberry Charleston emblazoned with...

Hausful Project File: Fall 2019

Never before seen photos from our Hausful Project File featured in our Fall 2019 issue. Read the full story here: Hausful Photography by Patrick Brickman