Happy New Year!
From Design*Sponge: While randomly driving through a neighborhood in her hometown of Charleston, South Carolina, Angie Hranowsky spotted this home with a “for sale” sign. This modern house was unique for traditional Charleston, and Angie immediately called the realtor, but the home had just sold. After the homeowner moved in, Angie knocked on her door and offered to purchase the house. Ten months later, she received a call and after a five-month-long renovation, she moved in. An architect built the home for his own family in 1974. Angie ripped out all of the flagstone floors and added new quarter sawn oak, gutted the kitchen and baths, removed some added walls and built-ins, replaced all of the doors and hardware and designed the fretwork wall in the den. She then spent two years decorating the house. Now the home is on the market and Angie is keeping her eyes open for the next challenge! (See the full set of photos here!) Thanks, Angie, and thanks to Julia Lynn and Squire Fox for the lovely photos! — Amy A. via Design Sponge