The Dewberry Charleston is a luxury mid-century property that blends old world style with modern elements.
With classic cottage-style elements and definite coastal flair, this home fits beautifully in its Charleston, S.C., surroundings. The rear elevation boasts multiple porches for enjoying the outdoors.
Anyone who's strolled down the streets of historic Charleston, S.C., knows that behind every gate or wall lies a picture-perfect garden. These matte black doors are no exception, marking the entrance to a charming courtyard on lower King Street.
The traditional decor in this converted carriage house complements the home's timeless architectural details, including crown molding, wainscoting and stately fireplaces.
Mt. Pleasant was first settled in 1680. It is located a short distance from downtown Charleston, just across the Ravenel Bridge, and features homes built in classic southern styles.
Inside The Dewberry Charleston, the guest rooms exude mid-century style in a luxury fashion.
Beautiful moss green stairs lead up to the HGTV Dream Home 2013 in Charleston, SC.
Crisp white paint and brick columns provide nice contrast in this traditional Charleston home.
A wrought-iron gate opens into this Charleston home's pretty-as-can-be formal garden.
This formal garden in Charleston, South Carolina includes this pretty fountain surrounded by walkways and symmetrical hedges.
This Charleston home's back porch and balcony overlook a formal garden with a central fountain and symmetrical landscape design.
A pair of Adirondack chairs sit in front of a fire pit on a brick paver patio amongst Black-eyed Susan flowers. The cozy sitting area overlooks a marsh adjacent to the backyard.
Neat landscaping outlines a healthy lawn near the pond. The large, open yard allows for plenty of space to play or entertain.
Brick pavers create a quaint pathway back to a cozy sitting area with a fire pit. Black-eyed Susans and Hydrangea bushes line the walk.
Birds and flowers bring life to one wall of this dining room; the colorful wallpaper was intended to honor the owner's hometown of Charleston.
Adirondack chairs face a fire pit bowl with stones in a cozy corner of this expansive backyard. Various trees and shrubs separate the sitting area from the main backyard for an intimate escape.
To further evoke Charleston's rich history and charm, the Carolina Landscape team hung iron gates along the garden wall. Greenery enhance's the vignette's beauty.
Follow the brick paver road to a serene sitting area and unwind next to the marsh. Adirondack chairs offer comfortable seating next to the fire pit.