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Project Reveal: Sully Sanctuary

Welcome to the project reveal of Sully Sanctuary! This beachy Sullivan’s Island home is full of whimsical prints and patterns– encapsulating the vibrant, youthful energy we wanted to channel for our clients and their family. It’s a delicate balance to have so many different elements flow together seamlessly, and I’m so thrilled with the final result. This was such a fun project to conceptualize, and I’m so thankful to our clients for trusting us with these selections. Check out the details below and stay tuned for the virtual tour!

Front Porch

Starting on the front porch, first and foremost we painted the ceiling a pale blue. A little piece of Charleston history for you: these blue ceilings are thought to ward off evil spirits and can be found in homes all over the city! On this porch we opted to go with "Palladian Blue" by Benjamin Moore. Keeping in theme with blues for the shutters we selected "Breath of Fresh Air" by Benjamin Moore.

Living Room

In the living room we kept the tones neutral and mauvy, with pops of blues and greens in the pillows and artwork. One of my favorite aspects of this space is the kidney bean-like coffee table pair. They fit into each other and add interest with varied heights! Framing the fireplace are two bench spaces– equipping this living room with an abundance of seating, perfect for gathering and hosting.

Game Room

One of my favorite rooms in the home right off the entry is the game room. Visualizing this space and then seeing it come to life was so inspiring! My eyes are immediately drawn to the striking blue striped walls– we opted to continue this pattern throughout the ceiling to make the space feel larger! We used a combination of "Blue Heather" and "First Snowfall" by Benjamin Moore. The upholstery is the star of the show here with these fruity patterned swivel chairs and green banquette piece. We loved this green fabric so much that we created some pillows out of the remnant fabric available for purchase in our shop.

Dining Room

Continuing into the dining room where we not only have a table and chairs, but also a fully functional bar area complete with glassware cabinets, a sink, ice maker, and wine cooler. One of my favorite design tricks is to pair funky upholstered end chairs with simpler dining chairs. These acrylic chairs were perfect against the wavy printed upholstery.

In the back bar area, we knew we wanted some fun accent wallpaper and we offset this print by adding a gorgeous black and white photo of our client’s children. For this accent paper we went with the Sprigs wallpaper in light blue by Rebecca Atwood.


Moving into the kitchen we opted for pale blue cabinets in "Moonmist" by Sherwin Williams. I love the contrast of these against the white plaster fume hood and marbled counters and backsplash. Bringing back in the organic tones, we selected these rich dark wooden barstools. What’s fun about this kitchen is that we were able to select multiple different fixtures! The black chandelier over the sink as well as the dual pendants over the island allowed us to add some variety.


Right off of the kitchen tucked away is the Scullery. I absolutely love the brass palm fixture against the twilight black granite! This area serves as chic extra storage space and is one of the hidden gems of this home.

Sitting Area

Moving directly into the sitting area, my eyes are immediately drawn to the wallpapered ceiling. This completely transformed the space making it feel much more open! For this fun ceiling we went with Velvet Leaves by Schumacher. Fun fact: this room used to be completely enclosed until builders knocked out the walls making it flow much better. 

Powder Bath

This tiny powder bathroom packs a punch! Tucked under the stairs, we wanted the wallpaper to be the star of the show using Tropique by Schumacher. Framing the sink are two sconces from my tastemakers collection with Mitzi, available for purchase on our site. It's always important to me to make even the smallest of spaces leave an impact! I love experimenting with wallpaper in the powder room and this was such a fun one.

Primary Bedroom

We wanted all of the serene vibes in this primary bedroom. Sticking with neutrals, blues, and grays, this bedroom is perfectly understated and inviting. With an abundance of natural light, we kept this primary airy and fresh.

Primary Study

Moving into the primary study, we were presented with a very unique space incorporating both a home office and a sunny lounge area. With full length windows spanning the room, this space is flooded with natural light making it the perfect place to work from home or curl up for an afternoon nap. We incorporated lots of navy blue in this space using “Cyberspace” by Sherwin Williams on the cabinets and Zenada Wallpaper by Schumacher on the ceiling.

 Laundry Room

I absolutely adore this laundry room with its charming wallpapered ceiling in White Lotus in Deep Yellow by Schumacher. The pale pink cabinets and trim in “Modern Love” by Backdrop keep this laundry room youthful and bright and honestly… makes us want to do laundry? Imagine that!

Drop Zone

Right outside of the laundry room we have the “drop zone” which is exactly what it sounds like– a spot for our client’s children to drop all of their backpacks, sports gear, and coats with a cabinet for each child! All of this is neatly tucked away with tropical printed drapery lining the lattice cabinets to conceal any clutter. For the cabinets we opted for a bright blue “Tidewater” by Sherwin Williams. I love to incorporate sneaky storage spaces that simultaneously function as a funky pop of print! You'd never suspect any chaos behind these doors-- and of course we love a gold hardware moment.

Wellness Suite

Another hidden gem of this home is the “wellness suite” where our clients have a home gym and sauna set up! We selected a groovy blue printed wallpaper to give this space a relaxing spa-feel using “Ripples” by Philip Jeffries

Wellness Bath

Just off the wellness suite is a bonus bathroom that we opted to keep super simple and bright! Sticking with the spa vibes from the suite, this bathroom is complete with neutral blue/green tile selects and gold hardware. On the walls, ceiling, and trim is one of my favorite white paints to use: "Chantilly Lace" by Benjamin Moore. We kept the cabinets a natural wood finish to bring back that organic feel, and incorporated some texture with this rattan vanity mirror. How fun is this tile design in the walk in shower?


Making our way to the second level, we have a bright playroom for the kids to hang out and pass through on the way to their bedrooms. White shiplap walls keep this space super airy and allowed us to play with pops of color to accent the white walls, slipcover sofa, and built-in.

Girls Room 1

This whimsical girls bedroom feels right out of a fairytale with this show-stopping wallpaper from Schumacher in “Amaltas Panel Select”. We kept the nature theme with a gold butterfly ceiling mount and floral printed rug.

Girls Bath

In the girls bathroom connecting the two bedrooms we have a gorgeous pink theme with cabinetry painted in “Rose Accent” by Benjamin Moore. This scalloped edge vanity and ceiling pendants add that girly flair with paisley printed Roman shades and pink tile.

Girls Bedroom 2

The second girls bedroom is super dreamy with lavender willow tree wallpaper by Thibaut. The contrasting prints of the wallpaper and drapery create a gorgeous juxtaposition of mauvy purples and moody tones. 

Boys Room

How fun is this little boys room with built-in bunks and fish printed wallpaper by Kravet. With coordinating prints on the roman shades and bunk curtains, we love the inky blue color palette in this space! For the bunks and trim, we selected “Olympus Green”  by Benjamin Moore. 

Boys Bathroom

This boys bathroom keeps it cool with matte black hardware and bronzy sconces flanking the vanity mirror. On the cabinets is a fun textured wood-paneled design to bring that organic finish back into the space. Tying in the moody blues of the bedroom is this gorgeous wave photo print in an organic wood floater frame.

Screened Porch

Moving out to the screened porch, this spot is equipped with an additional dining area and sitting area surrounding the outdoor fireplace. With a gorgeous view of the backyard and pool, the possibilities for hosting and gathering are endless out here!

Pool House

Down by the pool area is the outdoor bar with bonus seating and a striking checker tile floor. This checker-print is an ongoing theme throughout this home– it’s simple yet effective!

Guest Cottage

This home has a bonus guest cottage connected to the front porch, perfect for out of town visitors with its own sitting area, desk space, full bathroom, and private sleeping quarters.

Guest Cottage: Sitting Area & Office

What more could you ask for in this secluded guest cottage? Complete with built in cabinetry, a home office, and sitting area, this space has it all. We stuck to a greenish-grey palette with built ins painted in “Escape Gray” by Sherwin Williams. We incorporated the warm organic tones through the rattan chandelier, woven Roman shades, and leather desk chair. 

Guest Cottage: Bedroom

Moving into the guest bedroom, we experimented with this fun grid wallpaper by Philip Jeffries. Keeping in theme with the subtle greens these pillows are the perfect accent against the rattan bed frame.

Guest Cottage: Bath

We stuck with the same color palette in the guest bathroom with brass hardware and blue cabinetry. For these cabinets we opted for "Little Falls" by Benjamin Moore, a perfect sky-blue. We're loving this unique dark marble sconce above the vanity mirror and fanned tile in the shower.

Thanks so much for tuning into the project reveal of Sully Sanctuary! For a walk through video tour, check out the latest on our youtube channel here.

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