Charleston Style and Design

SUM 2013

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DESIGN Statement Piece SieMatic Charleston transforms the kitchen into a durable work of art BY WE N DY SWAT SNYDE R | PHOTOG RAPHY BY HOLG E R OB E NAUS D ockside is one of those trendy "newcomers" to Charleston's historic downtown skyline. The condominium building in this circa 1977 gated community soars nearly 20 stories above the city's harbor. The lofty skyscraper 210 CHARLESTON STYLE & DESIGN | SUMMER 13 was a major selling point for Ed and Clare Meyer, who like to quip, "We bought a view and a condo came with it." The couple had relocated to Charleston from New York, looking for a renovation project to make their home. The harborside property had everything they desired: great location, indoor pool, excellent dining, and shopping and attractions nearby. The condo's dining room and adjacent kitchen look out over spectacular 180-degree views encompassing everything from

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