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The Hopping House: A 17th-century dutch-colonial NJ farmhouse


The Charleston Queen 

Architect: Bevan & Liberatos
Contractor: TNF Charleston 

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In Progress: Gibbes Project 

Architect: Sebastian von Marschall 

Contractor: Rockwell Construction 

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In Progress: Fairbanks 

Architect: Michael Hally 

Contractor: O'Connor 

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In Progress: Barbara Street 

Architect: Ink & Moss 

Contractor: Nantuk Homes 

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In Progress: Cherry Street Cottage

Architect: Chatauk 

Contractor: TNF Charleston 

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In the Press

Charleston Home + Design Magazine, Fall 2022 

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 “Fill it with a mix of pretty objects like a beautiful candle with a cloche, a chic glass match striker, a reeded diffuser, a plant, or even a beautiful tissue box cover.” 

In Kind, Spring 2021 Issue 2

"My feed is peppered more with interior accounts, and I have realized how truly talented some of the women in my world are at making their houses comfortable and approachable, yet elegant and thoughtful. One such friend is Emily Sanford, a publicist turned interior designer behind the Sanford Collective—and a new resident of Charleston, South Carolina."


Coveteur, November 2021

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The Zoe Report

“The art deco trend first appeared in home and fashion when a renewed sense of optimism and hope was emerging after World War I,” Emily Sanford, founder of the Charleston-based design firm, Sanford Collective, says of the trend’s origins. “I think we’re all feeling that renewed sense of hope and optimism now as we start to emerge from the worst of the pandemic and vaccines are rolling out.”

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