Story by Art Department / September 17, 2020

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 you can do that are seen in the photo above. Brick elements, original hardwoods, and exposed beams add a special touch to this home while the other finishes give it a more modern vibe.

Photo by Patrick Brickman | Chelsea Meissner Winter 2019 Cover

Don’t be afraid to make a statement in your kitchen. Our winter 2019 cover Chelsea Meissner went bold and beautiful for her surfer chic home with an aqua subway tile and exposed shelving.

Photo by Patrick Brickman | Chelsea Meissner Winter 2019 Cover

Chelsea’s master bathroom offers a mediterranean ambiance with scalloped flooring. Paired with gold finishes, it’s the perfect space to take a relaxing bath after a long day.

Photo by Patrick Brickman | French Mercantile Historic Summerville Store

Consider vintage pieces to add to your home. Antique accents create interest and encourage conversation about the story behind each item.

Photo by Callie Cranford | Paula Rallis Spring 2020 Cover

Coffee table books are a must in any home. Display your collection proudly and let the book covers speak for themselves.