Friday, May 27, 2011


Interior designer Sally Markham shared her South African roots with her clients when she designed this Sullivan's Island vacation home, using bursts of color against a neutral palette throughout.  The black mullions, chairs, and door frames add depth to each room.

Markham uses a lot of animal hides in the home, from furnishings to floor coverings, and uses unusual lighting to give the home its warmth and life. ENJOY!


House Beautiful June 2011
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Kathysue said...

Teresa, I am in love with her work, this home is gorgeous!!! I love the bunk room and how she addressed the top railing. Kathysue
PS Have a wonderful Holiday weekend, KS

Sarah Klassen said...

Hello Teresa,

Hope you are having a lovely Friday... such a place! I am completely taken with the kitchen most especially -- it just feels so spacious and fresh... as does that bathroom.

Thank you for the lovely comments on my posts :)


Kathryn said...

Gorgeous windows and the banquette is really unique.

quintessence said...

Beautiful!! Loved the gallery hall and the fabulous light fixtures. Sorry I've been out of commission - just overwhelmed with work - nice to be out and about again!!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Teresa
Loving all those soft blues scattered throughout and unusually for me .. i love the yellow in the bedroom... You know that dressing room is so sweet... a little bit of fun..

Hope you have a great weekend.. ciao xxx Julie

The enchanted home said... the use of all the texture she used throughout.......stunning.

Anonymous said... this home...I have such a thing for bright white walls and pops of color...


Samantha said...

Loved that room.

Anonymous said...

Hi Theresa, I love this home. Do you know the manufacturer/color of the wood floor used through out the home.

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