Lowcountry Swing Beds: Custom-designed swing beds and handcrafted furniture.
I am a huge fan of these custom-designed swing beds! What’s not to love about them, they would be the perfect addition to your outdoor living space, or even indoor!
Established in 2011, Lowcountry Swing Beds has already been featured in the Post and Courier, HGTV Magazine, and Charleston Magazine. Every product is made to order, locally built in our Charleston warehouse, and delivered right to your doorstep.
Visit their website at lcswingbeds.com. *Showroom Grand Opening in 2015. Accepting online and phone orders now. Please contact them at 843.619.1179 or firstname.lastname@example.org*
The Charleston Tea Plantation is the home of American Classic Tea, tea grown 100% in America. It is located on picturesque Wadmalaw Island in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry. Today the Charleston Tea Plantation offers more than just a cup of fresh tea! Thanks to the Bigelow Family, the true working tea farm presents a learning experience unlike any other in the country. Its grounds include 127 acres of tea plants, a working Tea Factory and a charming Plantation Gift Shoppe. They also host events throughout the year including the First Flush Festival, a musical festival to celebrate the first harvest of tea, which featured The Avett Brothers and other local bands this year. In this month’s episode of Cassina TV, we sit down with William Hall, owner of the Tea Plantation, to learn more about this unique Charleston landmark!
“Summer Painting Tips to Paint Like a Pro”
By Lee Brown, Owner Pelican Painting & Contracting, Mt Pleasant
Phone: (843) 819-7546 E-Mail: email@example.com
Summer is a great time to update the inside or outside of your home. The best way to do it is with a fresh coat of paint. These painting tips will help you get started:
1. Consider the location of your home. Homes in the Old Village are subject to a higher content of salt than with inland structures. Due to the ocean air your painter may recommend a latex paint. Latex paint is more flexible than oil based paint. This is important for wood homes. Wood breathes as it expands and contracts in the hot weather. A flexible paint will react well to contraction and expansion.
• Invest in high quality products. High quality paint is more expensive than standard paint, but it better withstands the conditions that coastal homes are subject to.
• Preparation is key. Without properly preparing the surface, paint has a slim chance of standing the test of time. If you have peeling paint, you must scrape, sand, and remove it entirely.
• Check for any signs of wood damage. If you have peeling paint, make sure to check the wood boards carefully and check for signs of warping. It is critical to remove any rotting or damaged board before painting.
Lee Brown, owner of Pelican Painting & Contracting is a native of Mt Pleasant, SC and grew up in the Old Village. He has over 30 years’ experience in residential and commercial painting. For painting tips or a free consultation, contact Lee at 843-819-7546 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This 6 bedroom proposed construction is now available for $1,800,000. Located at 625 Carolina, which is one of the few lots on the Isle of Palms that has both ocean views and inter-coastal views. New Flood Elevation Certificate shows that this vacant lot as one of the highest lots on the island. A three story house could be built on this lot and we have plans drawn for a 6 bedroom home with additional space to expand from there. For more details on the proposed construction please contact me. If you are not ready to build right away, the lot can be purchased for $625,000 and there is an existing duplex that generates rental income***each side is rented, one for $750/mo. and the other is $990/ mo. One side of the duplex has been renovated and one not. The home is grandfathered as a legal duplex, however if the buyer changes the foot print by one square foot, it is no longer a duplex; each side is 525 sq. feet. Isn’t it time you did something special for your family? Build that Island Dream House Today!!!