Sweet Olive Cottage

This year marks the 100th anniversary of arguably the most distinct decade in…
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Hey, Diddle Diddle…

As rooms of a house go, nurseries are unique; unlike most bedrooms, they…
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Flowering Dogwoods

This past Christmas season, some of my friends and family traveled to Pawleys…
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Playing with Scale

Determining the right scale when designing can make all the difference in creating…
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Always in Bloom

Flowers are a beautiful universal language — carefully chosen, planted, grown, nurtured, cut,…
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Under Invasion

The same holds true for coyotes. First reported in South Carolina as recently…
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Spring Pond Farm

Sophia and Lynn Derricks’ wish list was relatively simple: land for hunting, a…
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All the Rage

Succulents seem to be a current plant rage. Perhaps it is because we…
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Ask the Experts: Home Q&A

Bricker and Beam Josh Cox Q: When should I incorporate custom, handmade furniture…
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Knock, Knock!

First impressions are important: a handshake, eye contact, and a smile. Standing at…
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Beneath the Surface

Plaster possesses specific qualities of the earth: it begins wet like mud but…
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Brown Paper Packages Tied Up With Strings

The styles of wrapping presents are as plentiful as the gifts themselves, along…
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