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Indoor-Outdoor Lounge with Wet Bar
Originally a guest house, this space was converted into an indoor-outdoor cabana with Carrara marble and French White Oak accents, a custom wet bar complete with a sink, refrigerator, ice machine, storage, and 20-foot-long glass doors that pocket. Green wallpaper with a Palm plant design is a showstopper.
No one would blame you if you mistook this Charleston home for a chic pied-a-terre in Paris or New York. Owner Janet Gregg is a world-traveler with a sophisticated design eye. She has transformed every nook and cranny of her stylish Charleston, South Carolina apartment into a feast for the eyes like this hallway lined with art and featuring two chairs for a pop of color and place to perch during one of her frequent cocktail parties.
Opening this sunroom to the kitchen floods both spaces with natural light. Ombre curtains coordinate with the waterfall coffee table painted in Bridget Beari Colors high gloss Petula. The cozy white sofa allows for comfy viewing of the backyard.
Designer Susan Jamieson explains "painting the door frames black keeps the eye moving and expands the view to see beyond the architecture to the outdoors".
This entryway offers a dramatic and memorable welcome. Stunning chevron flooring, textured wallpaper and a mod oversized light fixture really make a meaningful impact. A signature statement of designer Susan Jamieson is to paint handrails in a bold high gloss black that adds a graphic punch and works with so many styles.
Part of the family room, this bar had to be both fully functional but also still tie in aesthetically with the rest of the space. Recyled glass/concrete countertops and an antique glass backsplash adds loads of visual interest as well as durability. The bar top matches the rooms fireplace ledge, connecting the spaces beautifully. Lucite barstool backs keep it light and allows the eye to move easily throughout the space.
A gallery wall greets guests upon entering this modern, white foyer with a crystal chandelier and patterned blue rug. The custom black, wooden front door pairs with the dark wood stairs and cool marble flooring.
This classic stairwell has all the character it should have. Wainscoting, sconces, crown molding and a large chandelier are all right where they should be. Even the perfect entry table and floral arrangement are in place.
This glamorous kitchen even includes a bar area with beautiful glass front cabinets, wine storage and a mini refrigerator. A low countertop separates it from the living room while still allowing easy access when entertaining.
Behind the bunk beds in this boys' room hides a secret space for the young boys to play. With two bookshelves, a desk on each side and perfect peeping windows, the nook has all the trappings of a hidden fort.
White Contemporary Foyer with Colorful Art, Lighting
Neon-lit artwork, a colorful multi-pendant fixture and a fun black-and-white tile floor lend whimsy and fun family style to this secondary entryway. White shiplap gives the space an overall casual and homey vibe. A modern gray cabinet adds stylish storage.