Cheerful, Welcoming And Solid: The Low Country House


The Low Country House was designed by Frank Harmon Architect back in 2005 and has a clever design that focuses on maximizing the views over the landscape and also provides the house with protection against unfriendly weather and the heat from the summer sun. It’s located in Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, USA and looks upon Shem Creek.
The inside holds a close connection with its surroundings, as the rich vegetation is nicely welcomed inside through the floor to ceiling glass walls. The interior design is extremely cheerful and welcoming due to the rich use of wood and the vibrant warm colors which I consider as being the best ones for defining interiors. I don’t know about you, but I’m not very much into cold color palettes and interiors.

On the outside, the southwest part of house is protected by metal-made screens that keep it safe from harsh weather and can be opened or closed with ease. The exterior invites the inhabitants to take a swim in the near-by pool or to simply admire the gorgeous landscape which holds rich vegetation with live oaks and a marsh with beautiful water lilies.

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