Faced with two large, blank walls in her foyer, Sue Cheatham of St. Helena Island used the space to showcase her love for old architectural pieces. On the stairway wall, Cheatham mounted old tin ceiling tiles and stenciled frames around them.
Faced with two large, blank walls in her foyer, Sue Cheatham of St. Helena Island used the space to showcase her love for old architectural pieces. On the stairway wall, Cheatham mounted old tin ceiling tiles and stenciled frames around them. Submitted photo
Faced with two large, blank walls in her foyer, Sue Cheatham of St. Helena Island used the space to showcase her love for old architectural pieces. On the stairway wall, Cheatham mounted old tin ceiling tiles and stenciled frames around them. Submitted photo

What's old is new again for St. Helena Island homeowner

May 31, 2015 12:01 AM

UPDATED May 29, 2015 01:25 PM

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