Wallpaper classic. Dusty green wallpaper with a traditional floral print mixed with classic elements — the stand-up shower and ornate table featuring an antique typewriter create an unforgettable three piece bathroom.
A classic faucet incorporates traditional style into this modern guest bathroom. Using penny tile in navy is a fresh take on a classic style while the metal tray helps keep things organized on the counter.
"This is a kind of typical Charleston garden," says Peggy Rash, filled with classic Southern plants like crape myrtle, camellias, sweet bay magnolia, azaleas and tea olive as well as pittosporum, boxwoods and Italian cypress.
This lovely historic three-story Charleston home, the William C. Gatewood House, is one of the city's most beautiful. Owner Sarah Horton has done a meticulous, historically-thoughtful interior restoration of the home with noted New York architect G.P. Schafer. Like the interior of the home, Horton and husband Ozey's garden is framed by gorgeous old oak trees and planted with an array of classic Southern plants and a design by famed New York landscape designer Deborah Nevins.
Liz Eicholz left New York City for the greener pastures of Savannah's historic Ardsley Park neighborhood to start a business Weezie Towels with her business partner Lindsey Johnson, that caters to customers looking for quality bespoke towels.
You can’t miss these bright red cottages when you’re out on the water. Their cheery hue is thanks in part to a durable paint mixture that incorporates cod liver oil, a common practice in fishing communities.