Monday, October 24, 2016

Inside a chic and charming restored kitchen house!


This beautiful 1770s Charleston home used to be a "kitchen house". Restored and updated by designed Cameron Schwabenton for her client to be used as a guest quarter, this home is nothing short of charming. Let's check out this wonderfully restored Colonial-era home, shall we?



















Photo credit: Trevor Tondro

The original exposed brick and plaster walls are the best feature in this house, don't you think? It oozes charm and character which I really love! The designer did a great job weaving together the new and old and balancing the feminine and masculine accents to create delight and visual interest. There's so much warmth, coziness and personality in this fabulously designed abode. The inviting outdoor courtyard and the gorgeous master bathroom with a mix of rustic wood and luxurious marble absolutely rock my world, what about you? Do you enjoy touring this home as much as I do?

4 comments:

  1. So So charming and it is Classic Charleston!!!! Love the courtyard!
    xo
    Patty

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  2. I fell in love with this guest house and read about every inch of this fabulous space!

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  3. Woah.. I really liked the wooden furnitures. It compliments the vintage wallings. And the awesomest idea is the gate. 😊 I really liked the idea of such a beautifully mysterious walls. Its not showy. Tseems like it shows a humble wowing personality.

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