House Tour: The Enchanted (Second) Home - Design Chic
Tour Tina from The Enchanted Home's South Carolina getaway. Filled with her signature style and beautiful blue and white, you won't want to miss it!
Before Howard began working on the formal garden, there was red clay covering the ground—preventing anything green from growing—and a cracked stucco retaining wall. Howard clad the wall in stone and introduced gas lanterns, charming boxwoods and limestone benches. A horse statue by Corbin Bronze with a young girl mounted atop with outstretched arms reminds Bromenschenkel of her childhood. “I grew up riding and jumping, and that’s exactly what it feels like. It’s like you’re flying.”
Though the home was less than 10 years old when the Bromenschenkels moved in, they were drawn to how Summerour used materials that made the home appear as if it had stood for decades. The stucco and limestone exterior, zinc pots and overhang and potted boxwoods reflect French Normandy style.
Seven on Sunday - The Enchanted Home
Hi and happy Sunday!! Hope you are having a great weekend. We started the “big move” yesterday (will take about a week or so to complete) and had dinner plans with friends. Today I plan to stay home (rainy day) and take it easy, recharge my battery and possibly prepare a yummy meal. I love …
Thanks to landscape architect John Howard, a line of pleached European hornbeam trees welcomes guests as they approach the motor court, which was redesigned as a collaboration between Howard and architect Keith Summerour.
Blue and White Coastal Homes - Design Matters
Blue and White Coastal Homes. These are gorgeous blue and white themes coastal homes from New York to Nantucet and Martha's Vineyard
In the Mood: October 2020 | La Dolce Vita
This month, I am feeling especially inspired by a soft approach– think pale palettes and feminine silhouettes. While my style is always classic, I usually gravitate towards equally neutral, but...