Hello, my wonderful friends. How are things with you? It truly saddens me to know the terrible situation in some parts of Florida, and even in some parts of South Carolina, currently is. I have heard stories of families losing their entire homes, cars and with that, their stories. I rarely speak about problems on Home Bunch because I feel this is a place where we all come together to “leave all of the problems behind” and have some quiet time for ourselves looking at beautiful homes and interiors and learn from what we see – but I have to let you know, that I am praying and keeping you all in my heart.
Today, we will be seeing this stunning South Carolina house tour by Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors. I have shared her home before on the blog (South Carolina’s House Tour) and today we’re back sharing this place because the designer made some great changes with the decor, which are really worthy for another tour!
I hope these beautiful interiors with their warm color scheme bring you a peaceful and inspiring time.
Siding Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace.
Fence & Foundation Paint Color: Sherwin Williams Repose Gray.
“The house has high-end custom finishes including White Oak flooring, custom cabinetry in Kitchen, Mudroom and Master Bath, Namibian White Marble countertops throughout, high- end designer lighting, custom plumbing, whole house water filter, stucco fireplace, vaulted shiplap ceilings in main living area and Bedrooms, an open floor plan perfect that’s for entertaining and an amazing backyard oasis.” – Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Console Table: Horseshoe Ivory Lacquered Linen Console Table 52″ – Other Favorites: here, here, here, here & here.
Lamps: Vintage lamps with Fermoie shades – Others: here, here & here.
Artwork by Anne Keane from local art gallery Charleston Artist Collective.
Baskets and accessories by Fritz and Porter in downtown Charleston – Other Beautiful Options: here, here (New), here & here.
Throw: Uniquity throw blanket – similar: here – Others: here, here, here & here.
Chest: Antique Burlwood chest from Antiques of South Windemere – Others: here, here & here.
Hallway Lights: Visual Comfort.
Brass Table Lamp: Visual Comfort Ralph Lauren.
Artwork by Anne Darby Parker (local artist in Charleston).
Terracotta Pedestal Bowl: Local store – Others: here, here, here & here.
“We design a lot of houses with a bank of windows as the focal point along the range wall. As you can see our range wall was the main focal point in the kitchen so I wanted to build a large custom hood and cover the entire range wall with the Namib marble backsplash to make a statement.” – Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Counterstools: Vintage, recovered vintage bar stools in Moore and Giles Canary leather – Others: here, here, here, here & here.
Kitchen Hood: Custom White Oak Kitchen Hood and island with Cotton White Rubio Monocoat stain.
Sink: Fireclay Single Bowl Undermount Kitchen Sink.
Kitchen walls in Benjamin Moore White Dove.
The first floor includes a walk-in Butlers Pantry and Bar with custom cabinetry, Pantry Mudroom and Master Bathroom all by local woodworker, Brook’s Custom Woodworks. The first floor also has a study/library with shelving throughout and a cool little powder bath off the stairs.” – Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Kitchen Cabinet Paint Color: Benjamin Moore OC-17 White Dove.
Artwork from the Charleston Artist Collective by Lauren Ossolinski.
Tray: Scalloped Wicker tray by Serena and Lily.
The formal dining room features warm hues and plenty of character.
Dining Table: Vintage Travertine Dining Table by Rogue Interiors – similar style: here – Other Round Tables: here, here, here & here – Rectangular: here, here & here.
Dining Chairs: Hawkins Chair.
Artwork: Laura Deems modern art (artwork over console table).
Rug: Cowhide rug by GDC Home – similar here.
Curtain are custom with fabric from Imogen Heath.
Antique Secretary: Early 1900’s antique secretary from Antiques of South Windemere in Charleston.
Artwork in the secretary is by Rachael Van Dyke – Others: here, here & here.
Wallpaper: Seagrass wallpaper – similar here.
“The fireplace is the main focal point when you walk through the front door so I wanted to it to be the “design statement” in the room so we had Charleston Plaster Company stucco the entire bump out from floor to ceiling in a custom grey color.”- Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Chairs: Vintage chairs from Rogue Interiors recovered in Harwood House Nubby stripe fabric.
Rug by Matt Camron – Other Patterned Rugs: here, here & here.
Coffee Table: Slice Coffee Table.
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Sofas from local furniture store – similar: here (New!) & here – Others: here, here & here.
Pillows recovered with Holland and Sherry fabric.
Modern Artwork on the fireplace by Cuban artist Lucia Lopez.
Fiddle Leaf Trees: here – similar.
Powder Room features an art gallery wall by various artists from local art gallery; The Charleston Artist Collective.
Wallpaper: Seagrass wallpaper.
Wall Color: Farrow and Ball Studio Green.
Sofa: Madeline sofa by Rowe Furniture.
Pillows: Holland and Sherry fabric on pillows.
Lighting: Visual Comfort.
Shades: Custom, Lewis and Wood fabric.
“I found antique spindle beds from an estate sale in downtown Charleston and painted them in Farrow and Ball Pink Ground.” – Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Spindle Beds: here – similar.
Chandelier: Custom pink chandelier by Stray Dog Designs – Others: here, here & here.
Draperies: Custom drapery with Darcy fabric from Lulie Wallace.
Ceiling: Shiplap vaulted ceiling.
“The twin antique pineapple beds came from my husband’s grandmother that he slept in as a little boy. I painted and refurbished them in Benjamin Moore White Dove, same color as walls.” – Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Lighting: “To add some texture and organic feel, I found this fun Vero pendant twig light with rattan twigs from Serena and Lily.”
Artwork: Emily Brown Art.
“Artwork in here is so special to us. My husband’s family is from Eastern North Carolina in a small town called Colerain and this artwork is a field outside of that small town. I found it a a local store in Edenton, NC called North No. 4 and the artist is Tracy Bell.” – Suzanne Barrow of Barrow Interiors.
Vintage chair by Fritz and Porter.
Rug: Dash & Albert.
Antique side table.
Can you imagine hosting a lunch or a dinner party at this beautiful back porch? What a happy place! If you’re looking for ideas on how to beautifully and easily fold a napkin, you must see this video!
Flooring: Painted white floors and ceiling in Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace.
The bamboo chairs are American Champion Solid Wood Patio Folding Chair.
The rug is from Rush House – Others: here, here, here & here.
Flowers are from CC Bloom.
Table linens are from Stradley Davidson.
All exterior door color Benjamin Moore Duxbury Gray.
Perfect colors for Thanksgiving! 🙂
Glassware from Celadon Home and Fritz and Porter.
Create memories surrounded by your loved ones… This is always the best way to live a life!
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Have a wonderful day, my friends and we’ll talk again tomorrow.”
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