Home Tour with Taylor DeBartola

Today we're taking you inside the former home of Taylor DeBartola of local interior design firm T/D Interiors. You can find Taylor's work in Conde Nast Traveler, Apartment Therapy, House Beautiful, and more. The Atlanta native gives us an inside look at his downtown Charleston townhouse he renovated with bold...

Top Posts in December

Happy New Year! Here are some of our top posts from the final month in 2020. Check back in each month to see viewer favorites. Acryfin Coatings Southeast | Photo by Ebony Ellis Keep your decks and patios in top shape so your furry friends can enjoy basking in the...

Top Posts in August

We all visit our favorite design pages for inspiration. Here are a few of our top posts in August to get those creative juices flowing. Photo by Colin Grey Voigt | Project by Moluf's Honoring the history of your home is often of top priority in Charleston. A few ways...

Locals Supporting Locals

When Charleston was ordered to shut down in March we entered a world of uncertainty. In the 2+ months since, our community has come together to support one another. One business that has done such is Mitchell Hill. Michael Mitchell and Tyler Hill opened the doors to Mitchell Hill Charleston...

The Transformation of 5 Palmetto Road

When T. Phillips of Latitude Design Group saw Five Palmetto Road for the first time there wasn’t even an obvious front door. Now T. has married modern touches with the home's history, designing a space that is both sleek and clean, with an obvious front door that invites guests inside. ...

10 Questions with Paula Rallis

Pilot, mother, wife, entrepreneur, home designer, Harvard graduate student (she finishes her masters degree in journalism this month), and our spring cover Paula Rallis manages it all. The Charleston Home + Design team spent time with Paula discussing all things design, travel, books, restaurants, and more. You’ve gotten to know...

An Outdoor Kitchen Built for a Chef

More and more homeowners are itching to get outside and enjoy their backyard patios as we enter the summer months. Outdoor kitchens have become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly in the Lowcountry where dining outdoors stays popular year-round. Through companies like Palmetto Outdoor Kitchens, the backyard becomes more than...

Illumination Station

Light up the summer nights. Warm weather is here which means you can keep the outdoor party going into the night by illuminating your backyard. Add discrete LED fixtures around your yard to add light in smaller spaces creating a larger effect. String lights in different areas around the yard...

Durable Pieces to Add Style to Your Outdoor Living Space

Summer is upon us and it’s time to show a little love for your outdoor furniture. With a new season comes new trends. A conversational atmosphere can be created by placing your outdoor furniture closer together in order to cultivate a more intimate setting. Mixing different materials such as wood...

Through the Tempest

When a tornado destroyed part of their home in 2015, Chelsea and Ryan Meadows turned a tragedy into the perfect opportunity to redesign their Johns Island home. Imagine you are awoken at midnight to hear a storm raging around your home. Now picture yourself racing into your one-year-old daughter’s room...