Charleston, S.C., will always be my home sweet home ... I haven't been back in years but my roots are still firmly entwined with the memories I'll always have ... shopping on King Street, the sights and sounds of the Spoleto Festival, the sweetest iced tea I've ever tasted, Dock Street Theatre performances, boiled peanuts on hot summer days and the kindest hospitality I've ever found. So whenever I come across anything that oozes Carolina appeal, I pretty much melt.
That was the case when I came across photographer Corbin Gurkin's beautiful home on design*sponge recently. The strong French Provence and Gustavian styles resonate deeply with me ... And, of course, do I need to even address the fab antique finds?
Here's a little bit about her style from d*s:
The home is filled with a delightful mix of what Corbin identifies as flea-market finds, antiques and photography and paintings she or her friends created. Corbin’s design aesthetic for her house was inspired by country-French style, Swedish design and her exposure to the world through travel.
I love the different color palettes throughout the home ... wouldn't they all be lovely translated to a wedding board? You can see more of Corbin's pretty house here.