Achieving the Midas Touch

Ovid’s narrative poem Metamorphoses, published in A.D. 8, tells the story of King…
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Patience, Not Perfection

To many, the term bonsai evokes images of Mr. Miyagi, a character in…
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A Gem Called Grovewood

Grovewood in Eastover first caught Brian Barnwell’s eye in 2014 while he was…
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Living Arrangements

When garden designer Ruthie Lacey was teaching me everything I know about flower…
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Timeless Wicker

Robin Pollard’s family wicker is well-traveled. The white sofa, chair, and rocker started…
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Define the Design: Table Talk

Tables are an important gathering place in your home and should reflect your…
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Ask the Experts: Home Q&A

Ace Glass Lauren Gillspie Q: I have an insulated window that I can’t…
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Et Cetera: Rock-a-bye Baby

Laura and Jim Leventis bought a charming wicker bassinet approximately 50 years ago…
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At the River

Imagine spending an evening watching a deep blue and orange Lowcountry sunset from…
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The Neighborhood Garden

Audrey Hepburn once said, “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.”…
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Buying Art

An empty expanse in the corner of the den, sterile white paint running…
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Insect Inspection

Beneficial insects are the rage, but they can cross good versus bad category…
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