Jane Suggs has always been what she calls a mover. As in, “if it’s time to paint, it’s time to move,” she says.
They say you can’t go home again, but for many families living in Columbia, that adage couldn’t be further from the truth.
When Melinda and Edward Stiefel were house hunting some years back, they were impressed with the painted brick Tudor-style house in the heart of Devine Street.
“Some places just resonate history,” says Bill Cross as he lifts the giant iron key off of the entryway table and walks toward the massive solid wood door.
Given the busy lifestyle of so many families today, the mudroom has rapidly become one of the most important rooms in any home.
Beautifully placed and well thought out outdoor lighting is truly a feast for the eyes.
Hardy ferns, as opposed to those wonderful lush tropical ferns that are available in the grocery store all winter, have been growing in the South since before recorded time. Ferns are part of an ancient group of plants that dates back about 300 million years — even before the dinosaurs!