Despite its name, this directory lists more than just businesses. Within it, you will find hundreds of local, independent merchants, farmers and neighborhood leaders who all share a great passion for the Lowcountry. These individuals and groups not only contribute to the growth and economic vitality of the region, but through their work and sense of community also greatly enhance the quality of life for Lowcountry residents. Their fiscal, philanthropic and social contributions ensure that the Lowcountry remains a unique place to live, work and play.
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Celadon seeks to bring the Charleston market an innovative, eclectic, fresh take on home furnishings. Quality, solid-wood furniture built with clean, simplistic, European lines are the bones, while unique found objects from buying trips around the world give this locally owned store a global point of view and bohemian flair that feels anything but contrived. Rustic wood and natural fibers meet an industrial space, antiques from India meet Provincial inspired pieces, and a neutral palette meets bold textiles and accessories. Celadon is masculine but feminine, current but timeless, chic but comfortable, sophisticated but inviting.
1015 Johnnie Dodds Blvd.
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Welcome to the Charleston Mattress Company, where our mattresses are hand crafted by locals, sold by locals and distributed by locals. The Charleston Mattress is a revamped line from a company that has been producing high-end bedding in the Holy City since 1914. These mattresses grace the most lauded guest rooms in the area, including The Woodlands Inn, Planters Inn, French Quarter Inn, Ansonborough Inn and more.
2120 Noisette Blvd. Ste. 108 A
North Charleston, SC 29405
Contact : Russell Robinson
1440 Ben Sawyer Blvd. Suite 1104
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
GDC offers an incredible selection of the lastest in home furnishings, from upholstery to lighting, outdoor furniture to accessories, bolt fabric and cut yardage to our Curiosities one of a kind pieces imported from around the world, just to name a few. GDC Home is a one stop shop for all of your home's needs, indoor and out. Come see one of our design consultants for a free in-store consultation and find out how we can help you transform your home into your dream home!
Contact : Jessica McConnell414-5570
1290 Sam Rittenberg Blvd.
Morris Sokol Furniture
Morris Sokol Furniture, located at 510 King Street is not a new kid on the block. Actually, they have been in business for 92 years. Morris Sokol started the business in 1921, and his son Joe has kept it going strong.
The store is 39,000 square feet of unique furnishings and accessories. It is really a store that you have to visit to appreciate. Out of town customers so many times say that they wish there was a Morris Sokol in their city.
Stop in and you will see why they say Morris Sokol is "Well Worth the Trip Downtown".
Contact : Joe Sokol(843) 722-3874
510 King St.
Charleston, SC 29403
Old Whaling Company
Welcome to Old Whaling Company! Our handcrafted, cold process soaps are made using the best organic and natural ingredients available. If you've been itching to give your skin a break from commercial irritants, our soap is perfect for you, even for people with the most sensitive skin. Organic baby soap, doggie soap, shaving soap, and scented goat milk soaps are just a sample of what we have available. We are constantly crafting new scents, and are currently working on line of complimenting products including lip balms, body butters, solid perfumes, bath teas and more.
Our soaps are currently for sale through our website www.oldwhalingcompany.com, and at The Vegetable Bin downtown. If you are a local establishment interested in selling our products, please contact us! We will gladly bring a complimentary basket of our soap along with a sales kit for you to look over.
Have an upcoming wedding, fundraiser or event? Our soaps make great favors! Check us out and like us on Facebook and Twitter for up to the minute happenings with our little soap company!
Contact : April McCarty330.523.6558
Two Boroughs Larder
Two Boroughs Larder is a cozy restaurant and gathering place locally owned and operated by husband and wife team Josh & Heather Keeler.
Located in the Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood of Downtown Charleston, South Carolina, the rustic yet industrial space uses as much reclaimed and repurposed material as possible, which consists of two rooms connected by a long salvaged counter. While both sides have tables for eating, the left side also has a bar with four rotating, seasonal drafts, and a clear view into the open kitchen. The right side is "the larder", with additional dining tables, including a long family-style table that is perfect for a large group or a couple of small groups to share.
The seasonally inspired American menu changes daily and whenever possible is built around the bounty of local and regional farmers, fisherman and artisanal purveyors.
Contact : Heather Keeler(843) 637-3722
186 Coming St.
Charleston, SC 29403
Wabi Sabi Home
Women owned business products
Product Offering Includes:
Organic Cotton and Bamboo Clothing
Crafts, Home Decor, and Fun
423 Hibben Street
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Buzz Withers began his career, in 1969, as a licensed residential contractor, building high-end custom homes in the foothills of Virginia. In 1982, he changed his focus to custom millwork and opened his first shop at Pawley's Island. In less than a year, his business demanded a larger building, which was situated in Charleston, a dominant market for historic restoration. He then adopted the name Withers Industries, Inc., based on a drawing done by his son of a huge corporate-like building that bore the name Withers Industries, Inc.
Contact : Ardra Withers843-376-0013
P.O. Box 249
Summerville, SC 29484