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  • American made Sofas, Chairs and Sectionals made to order.
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  • We make tailored slipcovers, drapery, bedding and more.
  • Durable, easy-care products for Resort interiors and year-round living.

Whether you are building a new home, furnishing a resort home, or breathing new life into an existing home, we can help,  with over 25 years experience creating homes that are warm, personal, practical and stylish.   

 If you would like help creating the home of your dreams, large or small, call me at 843-238-0078.   Just click here to email.

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