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Columbia, SC 29205

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True Colors

The International Furniture Market which was held in October in High Point, N. C.  displayed a plethora of exciting design ideas for the home.  Accessories, upholstered furniture, artwork, and lamps were featured with a flair.

The presentation of new styles always entices market attendees to update their homes.




Collecting decorative items and arranging them together in a new grouping can make everything look new.



This bookcase is cleverly decorated with green floral designs and books.


Lively  green fabrics paired with white and silver  accents look great together.


Colorful headboards can be the impetus for a bright bedroom.



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“At Home” With A Kitchen Refresh

This kitchen needed to be refreshed.

After consultations with the client, a design plan was made.

Retaining some of the clients favorite design elements (tile floor, wallpaper, and fabric on windows) was part of the plan.


Deciding to paint the existing stained wood cabinets was a key element.


Eliminating the existing fluorescent light above the island was a top priority.


Replacing the bar stools and the hutch beside the table was also on the list.


A new painted sideboard, chandelier, and starburst mirror complete the refreshed breakfast area.


New counter stools with upholstered backs provide an inviting gathering area around the new granite counter top on the island.  Painting the stained cabinets gave the kitchen a bright new look.

The new light fixture updates the work space.

Feeling comfortable and “AT HOME” in one’s own kitchen is critical in good design.

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Stuff Matters

A year later, while looking back at the flood and waiting on Hurricane Matthew, this truth remains the same. I don’t think any of us will ever see “far off” disasters on the news in quite the same way. We have learned first hand how long and painful the rebuilding process can be.

img_3833“We are just grateful we all got out alive.”

“It’s just stuff and can be replaced.”

“This makes us realize what’s important.”

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