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French Country in the Lowcountry

When Eric Einhorn and his late wife, June, approached me about fulfilling their dream of building a French Country home on the Colleton River, I jumped at the chance. Envisioning a home with a centuries-old look the day of its completion, they felt my experience in restoration, antiques and period design was a perfect fit…. Read More…

Starting Fresh: Tiny Ways to Tidy Your Life

Clutter doesn’t just live in the back of our closets, under our beds, in kitchen cupboards or in kids’ rooms…it can incubate slowly and hatch elsewhere, if we don’t pay attention. We often justify our lack of control by telling ourselves little lies, i.e. spending a bit more money this month won’t matter, I’ll just… Read More…

Cahill’s Corned Beef Hash Recipe

Ingredients: 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil 1/4 cup diced bell pepper 1/4 cup diced sweet onion 1 Tablespoon minced garlic 1 cup cubed and cooked corned beef (I use Cahill’s homemade) 1 cup ½-square cubed potatoes (I like baking potatoes, but any potato will work) Salt & pepper to taste (keep in mind, corned beef can… Read More…

Leading Ladies of Bluffton

Over a century ago, the first Women’s Day was held in New York to honor ladies of every stripe and show appreciation for the contributions they made to society and our hearts. Today, this celebration of mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, teachers, friends, leaders and inspirational figures continues and is held annually on March 8. So,… Read More…

Historic Belfair and Rose Hill: Intimate and Revealing

This March, a bit of Bluffton’s fascinating history will be on display when Alexandra Sharma’s watercolor exhibit, “Historic Belfair and Rose Hill: Intimate and Revealing” opens at the Art League of Hilton Head Gallery. An award-winning painter, sculptor and instructor who seeks to paint scenes and objects discovered in hidden or forgotten places, Sharma was… Read More…