One of the biggest reasons for solar's renewed popularity has to do with aesthetics. In the 1970s, going solar meant mounting panels the size of ping-pong tables in cumbersome racks on your roof. But in the past five years, the industry has become more architecturally savvy, offering up solar-powered shingles that blend almost seamlessly with traditional roofing materials. | Tiny Homes
Inspired by Charleston "Finds" from the famous antique shops on King Street, as well as the local Auction houses, Moultrie Park speaks to a traditional lifestyle with a casual twist. Design elements include traditional motifs, as well as the use of natural cane that gives Moultrie Park that relaxed livable style. - Bassett carries a complete line of this look!
This view of the 2011 Lake Forest Showhouse master bedroom reveals one of the tranquil room’s few decorative indulgences, stone-etched panels depicting a smattering of ravens. The black birds relate to the room’s black-frame chaise and bed, providing just enough contrast for interest without ruffling the heavenly white calm. Designed by Gail Plechaty.