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Black Banks Plantation
known as Sea Island cotton. Between Ebos Landing the 1780s and the outbreak of the Civil War (1861-65), St. Simons's plantation culture flourished. The saline atmosphere and the availability of cheap slave labor proved an ideal combination for the cultivation of Sea Island cotton. In 1803 a group of
community of Sea Island is separated from St. Simons on the east by the Black Banks River. Known for its oak tree canopies and historic landmarks, St. Simons is both a tourist destination and, according to the 2010 U.S. census, home to 12,743 residents. Early History The earliest St. Simons Island Village
by the Sea opened on Gascoigne Bluff. In 1961 novelist Eugenia Price visited St. Simons and began work on her first works of fiction, known as the St. Simons Trilogy. Inspired by real events on the island, Price's trilogy renewed interest in the history of Georgia's coast, and the novelist herself relocated
“Everything” — cdompo
Janet Paik
Jr. League Park Lane House
SEA HORSE LIGHT - any information on where it is from?? :)
Sea horse light? Source please!!
shape of a sea horse
yellow sea horse!
“Hand rail painted a bright color.” — pistolamy
Silver Sea Homes
Guarda Residence
Silver Sea Homes
“Gorgeous” — italianmamma
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Natural Balance Home Builders
2 Reviews
Floating Stairs
Teal sea glass with red
Sea foam glass inlay wall
“Wood steps” — amsagalyn
Eberlein Design Consultants
Bethlehem Gem
colored Sea Life from Behr. What color Chioces? Thank you!!
“Entry style” — gregandsean
Modern Craftsman LLC
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Stair Structures
sea shell
“stop I can't take it!” — Emily Hildreth
Zeitgeist sonoma
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Petaluma Modern
hosts over-seas guests. The clients were looking for an open floor plan to support both entertaining and space for the individual. The synthesis of interior and exterior spaces on both floors was also a priority. This has been achieved through the addition of multiple decks, balconies, lots of glass and a
“2x6” — tfrolady
The Bazeley Partnership
2 Reviews
New Home near Bude, Cornwall
maximising the sea views, whilst also creating a blend of outdoor and indoor rooms. The spacious and light interior incorporates a central staircase with floating stairs and glazed balustrades. Revealed wood beams against the white contemporary interior, along with the wood burner add traditional touches to
“Muro y vidrio” — yeila
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