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Market Report - February 2017

February 2017
Market Report - February 2017
After a flurry of dining out during Charleston Wine + Food, many of us will be ready for a home-cooked meal. To that end, we asked interiors expert Regina Garcia to whip up this simple yet inviting farmhouse kitchen. Her nostalgic design, which incorporates unique furniture pieces and retro-cool appliances, makes us want to get cooking!


"Farrow's Cream #67" wall color by Farrow & Ball, $99-$115 per gallon at Charleston Palette & Design,


“Slim Fridge” by Big Chill, $1,995 at

“Brockway” wall-mounted wash sink, $1,595, and “Cannock” double lever handle faucet, $260, both by Kohler at Design on Tap;

Floor tile by Country Floors, price upon request at Buckhannon Brothers Tile;

“MOG” oak cabinet by Zentique, $8,337 at Candelabra;

One-quart Dutch oven by Le Creuset, $130 at Le Creuset;

“Pattern #9” tin ceiling tile in “silver Tuscan bronze” by American Tin Ceilings, $45-$38 per 24 x 24-inch tile at

Large “Helio” pendant with nickel finish and glass shade, $1,836 at


Regina Garcia


Who she is: Principal designer of Regina Garcia Design, a full-service interior design firm specializing in kitchens and baths

Where you’ve seen her work: Better Homes & Gardens, HGTV’s Bang for Your Buck, and Charleston

On what inspired this look: “The warmth and functionality of my grandmother’s kitchen, which was simplistic but patterned with character. I can still picture her there in her floral apron, scrambling eggs and percolating coffee at the crack of dawn.”

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