It’s a beautiful, traditional home with a cheerful red door and tastefully decorated with luscious greenery and bright flowers. It is clear that environmentally friendly people live here. The outside of your home is full of life and happiness, but what’s inside is even better. Mandy Block has created a chic mix of ultra-Southern, family-driven heirloom, and Virgin Island chotchkes. , classically beautiful blue and white color scheme, hunting cabin atmosphere. How does all this work together? It’s awesome, colorful, and a lot of fun.
The homeowners moved into their home on the Reedy River in January 2020 (just before the pandemic hit), but they would have no idea it was such a recent move. Each room is meticulously ‘themed’. The hunting-inspired office features a magnificent double-bearded turkey (photographed by the couple’s 14-year-old son, Truman), and the French country dining room features Mandy’s grandmother’s impressively kitschy interior. There is a china cabinet filled with a collection of salt and pepper shakers. , a St. John’s-inspired master bedroom with Caribbean ceiling and sea salt-sprinkled beach family portraits. The list goes on.
With the help of local consultant Everett Waldrep, designers Heather Ware and Jenny Kramer, and many local Greenville artists, Georgia native Mandy and her husband Dr. and created a cozy tribute to all things Dawg football.