Having just returned from my amazing trip to the Charleston, I am organizing both thoughts and photos as I revel in the aftermath of southern hospitality. The world revolving around Urban Electric Co. is one filled with interesting people, beautiful homes, great food and a city saturated with aesthetic awareness. It’s easy to understand how so many visitors are converted into residents of this historic and beautiful place. I look forward to sharing more about where I stayed (the charming Zero George),
what I ate (our first dinner at Two Boroughs Larder)
homes I visited (cocktails at Fenwick Hall Plantation)
(the graphic hallway in designer Amelia Handegan‘s beach house)
(Mark Maresca‘s stunning Charleston single house)
and what I learned (a craftsman hand soldering seams of a light fixture at Urban Electric Co.)
Stop back to vicariously enjoy the southern hospitality of Charleston through the world of Urban Electric Co..
8 thoughts on “Southern Hospitality”
Actually, just this teaser was enough to make me want to pick up and move there! And it looks like the timing of the trip was perfect as well. Looking forward to the rest. Have a lovely weekend.
Stacey, I love everything you shared with us about Charleston, after this post I´m planning a visit for next year . Thanks for your shares and thoughts.
Thank you for another lovely post. I am planning a new backyard space and your photo will provide the inspiration for initial conversations with my landscaper. It is exactly what I had in mind.
It’s another way of life through your photos. franki
Stacey, this just makes me want to see more of Charleston and your trip!
Mark Maresca’s dining room is wonderful!
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Wow, this little taste of what you saw is just lovely. Can’t wait for more. I’ve always wanted to visit Charleston and appreciate the charm and hospitality of the South.
wow-you had some great stops-im very jealous! i love charleston-you are right on about the aesthetic awareness in that town….amazing style everywhere you look!!!