The designer is helping give Charleston, long associated with traditional decorating, a hipper rep.
Whether a room veers toward the warm or the cool, a designer’s masterful touch weaves comfort into the scheme.
The trio behind the design firm Workstead have reimagined a 1960s Charleston, South Carolina, federal building as an old-meets-new emblem of a look they call southern modernism.
These nine designers have combined deep knowledge from years of client work with their own unfettered imaginations, to impressive effect.
The Charleston designer's impeccable interiors rest on a solid foundation of historic knowledge and a fresh, sumptuous use of color.
Like so many hallmarks of American aesthetics, the shingled residences of architecture firm Ike Kligerman Barkley are casual, individualistic and worthy of being passed on for generations.
New York architect Thomas Phifer — who cut his teeth working for Charles Gwathmey and Richard Meier — employs light, space and transparency to create quietly powerful buildings that are at once ethereal and grounded, modern and timeless.
Whether for a summer brunch or a black-tie soirée, nowadays it’s all about mixing old and new, high and low — even on the tabletop. Top-tier wedding planner and event designer Tara Guérard shows us how.
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