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Tour the Home of One of My Favorite Designers, Angie Hranowsky

By Decorology @decorology_blog
I adore the work of Angie Hranowsky. She has more than a knack for using vintage finds in a way that is never stuffy, but eclectic and colorful. Her Charleston, SC historic home is no disappointment, and features her trademark style and livability.
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky I can't wait to fill my home with kid art, and the large pinboard behind the dining room table is such a clever way to feature it and change it out frequently.
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Angie gives great tips on making a rental your own, or transforming your home on a small budget:
1. Paint everything you can, event kitchen and bathroom cabinets. 2. Change out the light fixture. 3. Invest in window treatments ( or make your own simple drapes out of a favorite textile) 4. Hang artwork - Angie claims that incorporating the correct artwork is one of the most important elements of her design vision. 5. Add natural elements, like a large plant of vessel of cut flowers to add warmth to your space.
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky Angie designed the bookcase above and had a friend build it out of reclaimed pine.
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
This peachy pink bedroom is so serene. The chrome bed keeps it from being overly romantic.
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
Tour the home of one of my favorite designers, Angie Hranowsky
If you're ever in Charleston, Angie recommends you check out:
Antiques of South Windemere Hyams Garden Center John Pope Antiques Mac & Murphy
See the whole story and read more at Lonny Mag, April 2013

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