Celebrating in Charleston

For the past few days, I have been honored to be participating in a press trip to Charleston, South Carolina, helping Urban Electric celebrate their tenth anniversary. Their beautiful fixtures are more than merely lights. A product of people and place, they fulfill a vision that celebrates the art of craft, the beauty of the handmade and the importance of community. Understanding the flavor of their city is an important part of the picture. From historic homes, to great food to a welcoming spirit, Charleston is an inspiring city that Urban Electric is proud to call home. Tag along for a quick walking tour we took “south of Broad” discovering this charming coastal city with a distinctive style all its own.

Gate Color stairs window boxes classic gate wood door and yellow exposed brick side and painted front number 6 pink garage wall with patina brick house espallier alley green shutters ivy clad entry garage Charleston Charleston Charleston Charleston brick house

 So glad you could join me – stop back for more from Charleston and Urban Electric.

13 thoughts on “Celebrating in Charleston

  1. Charleston is one of my favorite places in the United States (if not the favorite), and I recognize many of the houses and architectural elements you featured! Some are new to me, though – so beautiful.

    – Holly

  2. Really beautiful pictures. Brings back memories of when I lived back east and visited Charleston. Just walking around and looking at the lovely details on the homes was one of my favorite trips.

  3. HI Stacey,
    I have always wanted to visit Charleston! I love all of the wonderful doorways and unique wrought iron gates!

    The Arts by Karena

  4. Thank you for the southern walk-about, Stacy. A perfect start for this cold and dreary DC day. The wrought iron work is spectacular. The contrasting stone and brick applications are wonderful. And all those window boxes! Has anybody done a window boxes book?
    I hope your weekend and your Thanksgiving are full of fun and restoration w. loved ones.

  5. Your pictures are lovely. If anyone is interested in seeing more Charleston pictures check out Designs in Brick on Facebook. My husband and son are the masons who do all the brick and stonework. They do a fantastic job and I am very proud of them.

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