Find Inspiration for Salvaged Style in a French-Country Farmhouse

After a decade of enjoying their vacation home on 140 acres of verdant working farmland in South Carolina, Leslie and Bob Harris decided to make a permanent move to their peaceful haven—but not without substantial fine-tuning to suit Leslie’s clear, creative vision.

It all started in 2000, after stumbling upon the house for sale while visiting Bob’s hometown of Indian Land. They purchased it on the spot, bringing the property that had belonged to his great-grandfather—and subsequent generations—back into the family. Situated on a road named for Bob’s grandfather, the farm had been sold in the ’90s to another family who replaced the existing home with a quaint farmhouse.