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About the Homeowners:South Carolina transplants Wendy Marcus and Al Goer live in an 1850s Federal on Benefit Street. Al is a consultant to manufacturing compa- nies; Wendy is an interior designer who …

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About the Homeowners:
South Carolina transplants Wendy Marcus and Al Goer live in an 1850s Federal on Benefit Street. Al is a consultant to manufacturing compa- nies; Wendy is an interior designer who has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens and Architectural Digest.

Wendy: 1. This painting is by Ida Kolmire, the well-respected New Orleans artist. We were in New Orleans and had seen one of her pieces at a gallery; we asked to go to her studio, and went through everything she had available until we found one that was just right. | 2. I got this handmade blanket on my most recent trip to India. 3. The vanity is actually two little pieces from Pottery Barn Kids. I had the glass cut to fit across them. | 4. The walls I just wanted to be fun. I think every house should have a sense of humor – something that makes you smile. I wanted this room to smile. | 5. This piece is by Jeri Burdick, a South Carolina artist who’s primarily known as a tile maker. She does beautiful murals made from 4x4 tiles.