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December 2016
Haute Decor: Uniquities

Photographs By

Photographs By: 
Scott Smallin

Artsy Implements
Complement your kitchen with these uniquely designed Hue Kitchen pakkawood cooking utensils. They are both earth-friendly and extremely durable.

$11. Pawleys Pantry, 10659 Ocean Highway, Pawleys Island. (843) 237-4784

Hark the Herald
Debra Hewitt’s art is not to be missed. Her pieces are all faith-based and full of light and inspiration. Made with gold foiling and acrylic on wood.

$86. As For Me and My House, 11382 Ocean Highway, Pawleys Island. (843) 235-6525

Nicotiana Tabacum
This “bright leaf” has been framed and made special as a one-of-a-kind momentum of South Carolina’s former cash crop. Each leaf is collected from different farms from across the state. By Jammie Harris.

$246. Bienvenue Home, 814 Front St., Georgetown. (843) 527-1112

Box of Rain
Begun by sailors working on ships out of New England, scrimshaw boxes are created by engraving traditional designs on ox-bone or ox-horn. They can be used to store a variety of things from love letters to prayers.

$57. The Rice Museum, 633 Front St., Georgetown. (843) 546-7423

Mommies Doll
Holidays have you crazy? Buy a Dammit Doll and go to town. These hilarious handmade dolls are made just to whack to pieces when you feel like you’re falling apart.

$17. THE Harbor Store, 714 Front St., Georgetown. (843) 520-4999

Bi-Coasters
Use these metallic silver coasters during the holidays or year-round as a furry spot for your cocktail.

$26. RSVP Shoppe, 3324 U.S. 17 Business, Murrells Inlet. (843) 299-1145

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