Melanie and Peter Birch weren’t planning on leaving their 18th-century downtown Charleston, South Carolina, town house. But in 2019, friend and local designer Sarah Hamlin Hastings offered an off-market deal on her own too-good-to-turn-down home just five minutes away over the Ashley River. “We had zero interest, really, in moving
She actually first went to scope it out several years earlier, when the house was originally up for sale and Grey’s was still in its infancy. “I knew I couldn’t afford it, but I didn’t tell anyone that,” she confesses. She swooned over its incredible bluff-top location and “perfect proportions,”
Interior designer Heidi Caillier needed little direction on a new guesthouse project on Fox Island in Washington state. Caillier had already worked with the clients twice before, creating interiors for the young couple’s forever home on the property—a hilly tract with gorgeous views of the Puget Sound—and conceiving a luxe
You may think you can either have interior design done well, or you can have it done fast. But a recent home renovation carried out in Dallas’s tony Highland Park neighborhood makes a compelling case that maybe, in the right hands, you can have both.
The 6,500-square-foot Federal-style house received
An unapologetically self-identified maximalist, Justina Blakeney founded trendsetting design blog Jungalow back in 2009 to bring her personal vision of beauty into the world and help others tap into their creativity by better expressing themselves inside their homes. Since then, she’s continued building the Jungalow empire, launching its namesake design
“I’m a collector,” asserts Jenna Chused, the interior designer behind Chused & Co. and a forager of vintage treasures. “I’ve been antiquing and going to yard sales since I was eleven.” Unsurprisingly, that skillset came in handy when decorating her own home—a charming Italianate town house nestled in Brooklyn’s leafy
“While the interiors definitely have an L.A. attitude, they are also very worldly and global, which is not unlike the city,” says Wearstler, whose standard guest rooms in charcoals, mauves, and warm metals feature works only by nearby artists, alongside custom-designed furniture and decor. Specialty suites highlight predominantly vintage pieces.