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Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
Bluff House
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distinctive Lowcountry design move that never goes out of style is a raised first floor. "The first floors were raised off the ground to keep out the floodwaters and to allow breezes to circulate under the house," explains Frederick.
distinctive Lowcountry design move that never goes out of style is a raised first floor. "The first floors were raised off the ground to keep out the floodwaters and to allow breezes to circulate under the house," explains Frederick.
“Driveway with circle” — Pitts Hewitt
Wayne Windham Architect, P.A.
Lowcountry Residence
Ideabooks8,675
Questions7
"A misconception is that Lowcountry design is all the same," says Courtney Windham of Wayne Windham Architects. "There are many variations of Lowcountry architecture — formal, relaxed, farmhouse style, Barbados/tropical, contemporary and more."
Carolina's Lowcountry.
Lowcountry Residence
Carolina's Lowcountry.
“porch” — mariashome
WaterMark Coastal Homes, LLC
4 Reviews
St. Phillips Place
Ideabooks3,332
Questions5
traditional Lowcountry home, where clean, simple lines replace the more traditional details," says Thomas. "They still have the classic Lowcountry features of deep porches and overhangs, but they’ve been stripped to their more fundamental elements. I think most people think modern and Lowcountry don’t necessarily
“Porch” — Bridget Williams
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
Ideabooks4,334
Questions7
Lowcountry style is in the smaller details. "There are so many things that make a home distinctly Charleston, but the shutters are what does it on this home," says interior designer Alix Bragg. "The old-school style of the louvered shutters (painted Charleston green) is a staple in the Lowcountry
Carolina's Lowcountry, like this Charleston beauty.
“Beach house” — iamcoy
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
7 Reviews
Cypress Point
Ideabooks4,305
Questions9
in the Lowcountry is that it is stuffy and traditional. "The Lowcountry as we know it in Charleston, South Carolina, is exciting and moving forward while respecting the past," says Luff. "We aren't afraid to throw in some midcentury pieces or a modern coffee table."
“like trim going into kitchen and love this table” — maryanne1989
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
Side elevation
Ideabooks4,201
Questions3
traditional Lowcountry look. The terne metal roofing makes a surprising statement against the home's whitewashed cypress exterior. More:Houzz Tour: A Sweet Southern MakeoverSouthern Style: Lowcountry LuxeCozy Cabin Style
“fence” — K Nelson
Allison Ramsey Architects
15 Reviews
Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
Ideabooks8,240
Questions6
in the Lowcountry. Our outdoor spaces are a must for the quality of life we like to live in the South, so a good house in the Lowcountry has the ability to move outside at every chance."
“Pool with house on three sides” — hypersonicaz
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Among the Oaks | Spring Island, South Carolina
Ideabooks1,782
Questions2
of the Lowcountry, merges organically into its unspoiled natural setting. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives
of the Lowcountry, merges organically into its unspoiled natural setting. Photography: Richard Leo Johnson/Atlantic Archives URL http://www.historicalconcepts.com
barn and lowcountry
“Black barn doors /black shutters” — toddzetta
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