Author: Krystine

Remember a couple of weeks ago I told you about my One Kings Lane mood board that I entered into their "The Build Your Perfect Room" contest? Well, yesterday, to my surprise, this tweet was sent to my attention from OlioBoard: Me? Hooray! I was so honored! I mean, of course, I love my selections but it's flattering to hear that you did to! Here's a look at the final mood board: So, what do you love about this board?  

Many homeowners in my community of Mount Pleasant are often stuck questioning whether they should sell their property and list or invest in key remodels, thus trading up their spaces. It's good to really consider everything and discuss important market statistics with your Realtor before making a decision.Here are a few items that need to be evaluated before selling: Are the values of the homes in your neighborhood increasing? How does your neighborhood compare to others surrounding you? How quickly are your neighbors selling their homes? How many homes are for sale - competition indicator - in your neighborhood? If you are

This post is WAY over due. Now am I surprised? Not at all. I'm fortunate to wear several hats - Realtor, mother, wife, decorator, home renovator, furniture re-modeler and I think party planning has temporarily been added to my list. But, sometimes I miss posting some fun "before" or "after" project shots that I would LOVE to share with you!It's been a year, but, finally, here is the story on Logan

I recently ran across The Build Your Perfect Room Contest with One Kings Lane and knew it was the perfect fit for me. Many of you know that I provide interior design services to my Real Estate clients as I love helping them transform their purchases into desirable living spaces. In fact, I'm currently helping a couple downtown and will share their mood boards with you this week.For this One Kings Lane contest, I was challenged to include six items from their collection - which wasn't difficult at all as I've been known to make purchases from their site often.I

I was recently contacted by a super cute, newly engaged couple who lives downtown Charleston about updating their home with new decor. I'm so excited as I equally LOVE interior design projects!Many of you probably experienced this problem when you moved in with another person; you both have strong opinions on style and you may have completely different tastes! This is the fun and tricky part

When we purchased our Mount Pleasant brick ranch, we knew we wanted to add a screened porch to the inviting backyard at some point. To me, it was a huge selling point for this property. My husband actually had the vision of redoing the roof line which made a HUGE difference! So we began our outdoor home remodeling project and added beams, beadboard, recessed lighting and, of course, a fan. Pre- construction Our ultimate goal was to create a comfortable outdoor room, and I feel like that was accomplished! We hung curtains to give it a true room feel. In fact, Ryan

One of my passions is finding old, well-maintained pieces of furniture that still has tons of character and turning it into a more contemporary or modern piece. While maintaining the integrity - original wood and beautiful lines - I usually set out to find an updated fabric that matches the era the chair was made in but also give it a great, new look.Here are some of the latest pieces I completed:Grey Ikat ChairI found this chair at a consignment store in Charleston and loved the tufting and size. I did a little haggling and got it for another steal! Original