Coastal Furniture Lovin’

Coastal Furniture Lovin’

It’s been almost a year since I visited my mom in Charleston, South Carolina. We spent a lot of time meandering through the historic part of the city, as well as checking out nearby attractions. It was really neat, since I’ve never lived anywhere except the Mitten.

We toured a few of the historic buildings and houses along the main streets, and we visited the original settlement of Charles Towne. I love the old architecture and furniture, both of which reflect a blend of seaside relaxation, early American style, and Gullah culture. The furniture especially had this rich, finely crafted look — as though each piece had been made as though it were the culmination of someone’s life’s work. I wanted all of it.

Sometimes when I’m missing warmer weather, I like to scroll through some of the coastal and plantation furniture on FurnitureCrate. It makes me feel like I could easily create my own colonial-style home, even in my small Michigan apartment. I can’t go to Charleston all the time, but this way, I can bring Charleston to me.

 

 

Largo Pina Colada 5 Piece Dining Set
Largo Pina Colada 5 Piece Dining Set

 

 

Padma's Plantation Trinidad Arm Chair
Padma’s Plantation Trinidad Arm Chair

 

 

Stanley Continuum TV Console in Ocean
Stanley Continuum TV Console in Ocean

 

 

Lexington Monterey Sands Point Sur Buffet
Lexington Monterey Sands Point Sur Buffet

 

 

 

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