Architecture in Charleston: New Developments

East West Partners is a residential and commercial real estate developer with properties across the country. In Charleston they've developed properties such as The Cape on Kiawah Island, The Waterfront on Daniel Island, and 71 Wentworth downtown. Their focus in developing these properties was on innovation, sustainability, and community. It...

Home Tour: Boho Rosa

Nestled in the Cannonborough/Elliotborough neighborhood of downtown Charleston stands the Boho Rosa. Architect Stephen Ramos and his business partners purchased this home with big dreams to transform the space into a high-end vacation rental. The 1910 charmer underwent a large renovation. They enlisted the help of Jen Anderson of Jenny...

Home Tour: The Monroe on Spring

There's a reason Charleston has been voted the #1 city to visit for so many years. The food, the architecture, and the people all play a role in that. The historic charm of downtown buildings welcomes visitors to the Holy City. Many of these homes have been remodeled into rental...

13 Bold Design Ideas

Bold design trends are becoming more and more popular. People are finding they like breaking from the norm and trying something different. Over the past few issues, we've featured some really unique designs that homeowners incorporated into their Lowcountry homes. Here are 13 bold design ideas you can find within...

Family-Owned & Operated for 80 Years

Moluf’s Supply is celebrating its 80th anniversary! Charleston natives George Moluf and his wife Olga opened Charleston’s first plumbing showroom in 1941. After temporarily closing during World War II, the Moluf’s reopened and relocated the business a couple times before finding their home on 530 East Bay Street in 1971...

5 Ways to Go Green in Your Home

These days, is it important to be conscious of the impact that you and the products you use have on the environment. Because the world is becoming more aware of the issues surrounding our environment and climate change, there are plenty of sustainable alternatives to many products and services including...

A Family’s Forever Home

Moving In For the past few months, Charleston Home and Design has shared a four-part blog series of a home being built by local custom home builder, SHELTER Custom-Built Living. If you’ve been following along with the story, you’re aware that the Mack family had been displaced from their home...

Custom Dream Home

Every year the Prism Awards highlight some of the best work done by Lowcountry home professionals over the past year. Many of the companies and projects awarded at the 2021 Prism Awards can be found within the pages of Charleston Home + Design magazine. JacksonBuilt Custom Homes, winner of Best...

Appliances for Prime Style & Function

There’s no denying that quality appliances will make or break your kitchen. Each piece you choose has a very specific function to help your kitchen operate at its fullest potential. Here are some of our favorite kitchen appliances that are sure to improve the quality of your home. This spacious...

4 Coastal Inspired Mudrooms

A mudroom is probably one of the most used spaces in your home, serving as a drop zone of sorts for kids, animals, and guests alike. You hang backpacks, jackets, kick off muddy shoes, etc. in your mudroom. Mudrooms not only serves a purpose for you everyday, but also adds...