Murrells Inlet Real Estate- Front Door Colors


The great front door color debate has been ongoing for the last few months.  My fiancé and I purchased a beautiful new construction home, and I was able to pick out the colors of most things like the siding, the front door, the flooring, and the cabinets.  I love the color gray and that it is on-trend.  I do love a good pop of color, but I feel like the neutrals allow you to change the look of your space by changing less expensive items such as curtains and rugs instead of cabinets and flooring.  Before any of my personal items were inside of the home, it was bland.  Everything was gray!  Except for the front door.  The builder had an option for us to have a red front door, and I ran with it.  Growing up, I always (and still do) loved the look of the traditional colonial style home in all-white complete with columns, black accents, and a bright red door.  I was excited to have a red door of my own.  I had always believed that it was a sign of welcome.  In early America, if a family had a red door that meant that weary travelers were welcome to stop and rest along their journey.  The 6 months of construction goes by, and I finally have my red door.  Yay!  But then I realize that everyone else building in the community was just as excited as I was and also chose a red door.  If I look out from my front porch, you can see 12 other houses with the same front door color.  All the houses have a similar look.  I suppose you could say, “That’s what to expect when purchasing in a new home community.”  And you would be somewhat right.  But that doesn’t mean that I can’t do something to change it, right?  So, with my very gray exterior, I started to think about door colors that would add a pop of color.  I need something with a little personality, but not anything too over the top.  My mother suggested teal, but it just doesn’t fit my style.  My mind immediately turned to yellow.  It is my favorite color after all.  And not a light pastel yellow.  I was thinking more along the lines of a rich golden yellow.  I was thinking that with changing the door to yellow, I could paint my darker gray shutters black giving the home good contrast and creating a look that is a little different than my neighbors' homes.  I went onto Paint 3D and changed the shutters to black and the front door to yellow and sent the picture out to all my close friends and family to get their feedback.  Everyone overwhelmingly voted for the red door.  I am aware that it is my front door, and I can do whatever I want to it, within the confines of the ARB board, of course, but you value your friends and loved one’s opinions.  And that brings us here.  I have the picture that I sent out added so you all can weigh in.  Which one do you like better?   

Front Door Color Change        

Sept. 20, 2022

Breast Cancer Awareness Walk Returns In-Person to Murrells Inlet this Oct.

This year's In the Pink walk will be back in-person after two years of virtual walks. On October 1, 2022, the streets of Murrells Inlet will overflow with a sea of participants adorned in pink shirts, raising awareness and funds for breast cancer. The In the Pink walk serves as the main fundraiser for the Tidelands Health Foundation Breast Care Fund, which helps provide mammograms and other vital breast health services to those in need. Walk organizers say the event can attract as many as 1,200 people! The upcoming in-person In the Pink walk this October will start with musical entertainment and vendors at 8:30 am outside the Tidelands Health Cancer Care Network in Murrells Inlet. Then, after a few words from breast surgeons Dr. Craig Brackett and Dr. Angela Mislowsky, participants will walk to the Marshwalk. Participants can register as an individual or join or start a team. The cost to join as a solo participant is $35. Kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month in proper fashion at the upcoming In the Pink walk in Murrells Inlet. Visit to register. The online registration deadline is Noon ET on Friday, September 30.


Breast Cancer Awareness

Sept. 15, 2022

Conway Burger Week set for Sept. 19 - Sept. 25 in Downtown Conway

Bring your appetite! There is plenty of fall fun to look forward to in the local area. In Conway, Conway Burger Week, presented by Pepsi Bottling Ventures, will take place in Downtown Conway from September 19 to 25, 2022. This upcoming event is perfect for burger fanatics and will feature some of your favorite restaurants concocting mouthwatering, outlandish burger creations for a limited time. Restaurants slated for Conway Burger Week include Caribbean Jerk Cuisine, Coppers Restaurant, Groucho's Deli, Shine Cafe, and Trestle Cafe and Bakery. Caribbean Jerk Cuisine will offer up a Jamaican Jerk Burger, Coppers Restaurant plans to show off a fried green tomato, pimento cheese & bacon burger, and Groucho's Deli is presenting a marinated roast beef burger for the affair. Meanwhile, Shine Cafe and Trestle Cafe and Bakery are expected to bring two offerings to the table for Burger Week. Chefs from Shine Cafe will concoct an Asian-style wonton chicken burger as well as cheeseburger wontons with a dill pickle remoulade. Furthermore, Trestle Cafe and Bakery will feature a lump crab, blue cheese and onion string burger, along with a beef brisket & cheddar burger. More burgers and restaurants will be added soon! For more information and updates about all the latest events and happenings in Conway, check out




Posted in Conway, SC
Aug. 26, 2022

New Dog Parks, Splash Pad & Disc Golf Course Coming to Myrtle Beach Parks

Several planned construction projects in Myrtle Beach will bring the city new parks and recreation amenities. Earlier this month, Myrtle Beach City Council members heard updates on multiple park projects taking place within the city. These projects include additions such as two new dog parks in the New Town Parks area, a new splash pad feature at Futrell Park, and a new disc golf course in Withers Swash Park. Local canine owners and their four-legged friends will soon get to enjoy a small dog area and large dog area near New Town Park along Collins Street and Third Avenue South. Crews are expected to begin construction on what will be the city's third dog park once new fencing arrives. Meanwhile, construction of the city's first splash pad is scheduled to start at Futrell Park in a few months. Officials relate the splash pad feature will be ready for local children and teenagers to use in late spring 2023. Lastly, outdoor enthusiasts looking to get into disc golf will be pleased to know that city officials, alongside the Myrtle Beach Disc Golf Club, are working to bring a new disc golf course to Withers Swash Park geared toward beginners and children. For more updates on projects from Myrtle Beach's Parks, Recreation & Sports Tourism Department, visit


Dog Park

Posted in Myrtle Beach
Aug. 5, 2022

Dry + Bubbly Specialty Salon Brings Unique Hair Care Experience to Myrtle

Myrtle Beach's first true blow dry bar recently opened at 7823 N. Kings Highway. You won't find any hair cutting or dyeing here; instead, Dry + Bubbly specializes in beauty care services like Blow Dry styles, shampooing, updos, braids, bridal hair, and makeup services. Also, true to its name, customers can sip on some bubbly while getting their hair styled. So whether you're coming to the salon to relax, have fun, network and socialize, or just get pampered, your experience at Dry + Bubbly can be whatever you want it to be. The mother-daughter duo of Aimee Terhart and Lilli Terhart co-own Myrtle's first true blow dry bar. After moving back to Myrtle Beach from living in Manhattan for a half-decade, Aimee and Lilli knew the area was the perfect place to open a salon that empowers women to feel confident through the beauty of blowouts. Dry + Bubbly takes appointments only, though rarely are bookings months out, so if you're looking for a same-day appointment, it doesn't hurt to call ahead. The beauty salon is open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 10 am to 6 pm. For more information and updates from Dry + Bubbly in Myrtle Beach, visit


Hair Salon

Posted in Myrtle Beach
July 27, 2022

721 S. Waccamaw Drive, Murrells Inlet, SC 29576 Beach House for Sale

This very spacious oceanfront beach house has 6 bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms and it has 3282 heated square feet of living space!  The master bedroom suite has a private balcony and wall of bedroom windows that all feature ocean views.  A NEW Roof was just installed last week by a locally licensed and reputable Roofing Contractor.  It was completed by Friday, July 22nd, 2022.  Two bedrooms and Two bathrooms have just been remodeled. A new dining room table & chairs, a master bedroom bed, and a new refrigerator are all ordered and will convey with the sale. Photos of these items ordered are available. The homeowner only books 16-18 weeks per year in rentals due to the planned renovations that have already been completed and are planned for the future. This large 6 bedroom and 5 full bathroom beach house (named "Salty Dog") boasts two living rooms and an oceanfront master bedroom with a private balcony and comfortably sleeps 19 guests so there is plenty of room for your entire family and/or friends to be together.  One living area is on the main level and the 2nd living room / great room is located on the second floor that features panoramic ocean and coastal views that are truly one of a kind!  The second floor feels even more spacious than it already is with the vaulted ceilings. This beach house is a great opportunity to own as a 2nd home and/or rental investment property!  The future rental income opportunities are huge!  There is also NO HOA!  Book your showing tour now for this coming Saturday! Call Anthony Caywood with additional questions at 843-602-4008.


721 S. Waccamaw Drive, Murrells Inlet, SC Beach House for Sale

July 22, 2022

A Cup Full Mobile Cafe Bringing High Quality Coffee to Downtown Conway

A mobile coffee shop has found a location in Downtown Conway to park and sell specialty drinks on weekdays! Fans of A Cup Full Café will be thrilled to know they can now get their weekday coffee fix from this popular local business right on the Town Green at the corner of Laurel Street and Second Avenue. A Cup Full mobile cafe recently received city clearance to serve their wide variety of hot and iced coffee, specialty lattes, energy drinks, teas and more from 7 am to 2 pm on weekdays downtown through the city's franchise agreement program. A Cup Full Café is slated to debut its weekday stationary cafe on the Town Green on July 18. Owner Aubrey Cook founded the mobile coffee business at the beginning of 2021. From Cook's vehicle, she tows a 5x7 trailer to different locations for special events selling specialty beverages for adults and kids alike. Now, thanks to A Cup Full Café's recent franchise agreement with the city, the business will be able to sell coffee downtown on the Town Green for five years, with the option to renew. Meanwhile, customers can still expect the mobile coffee shop to show up at area events, even with the more permanent location secured. For more information about A Cup Full Café in Conway, see or



Posted in Myrtle Beach
June 29, 2022

Fireworks Along the Grand Strand

If you are looking to view some beautiful fireworks this summer, the Grand Strand area has so many options! On the 4th of July many locations will be setting off a display but on other summer nights there will be plenty to see. One fun spot to catch fireworks is at the Myrtle Beach Pelicans game. Enjoy the baseball game and stay after to see the firework show on select nights. Check with the Pelicans box office for confirmed nights. Another spot to catch the show is Broadway at the Beach. They are celebrating summer with firework shows on select Tuesdays and Fridays beginning at 10pm through August. The fireworks go off over Lake Broadway so you can find many great spots to sit and enjoy the show around the massive shopping and dining complex. Barefoot Landing complex is another spot that hosts weekly fireworks shows at 10pm on Mondays through August. Barefoot Landing has a collection of shops, restaurants, and entertainment as well. On the 4th of July, you can catch the fireworks at these spots in Myrtle Beach; Broadway at the Beach, Barefoot Landing, and Second Avenue Pier and all start their display at 10pm. Cherry Grove Pier in North Myrtle Beach will be starting their display at 9:30pm. And in Murrells Inlet, the Marshwalk will begin their show at 10pm. Enjoy the shows and stay safe and have a Happy 4th of July!


Posted in Myrtle Beach
June 17, 2022

Brookgreen Gardens Lights Up Summer Nights Through August

Don't miss this summer-long exhibit! Are you looking for an opportunity to explore and experience the historic Brookgreen Gardens landscapes like never before? Then you'll want to reserve your tickets for the ongoing "Summer Light: Art by Night" installation taking place on Wednesdays and Saturdays through August 13, 2022. Stroll under twinkling lights and view art in a bright new way as the South Carolina sun sets and the Gardens are transformed into a whole new light after dark. "Summer Light: Art by Night" features a variety of lighting techniques that light up the Gardens. Nine lighting installations throughout the sculpture garden will dazzle spectators, including 800 upcycled chandeliers, 900 wine bottle alcoves, the "blooming flora" in the Children's Garden, and more. Plus, live music will be performed each night by various bands! Visitors can also enjoy a meal, snack or treat from one of the food trucks on-site. Tickets for this summer spectacle are $25 for adults and $15 for children (3 and under free) who are non-members at Brookgreen Gardens. Meanwhile, members can take advantage of a season pass deal that's $50 for adults and $20 for children. Furthermore, one-day tickets for Brookgreen Gardens members to "Summer Light: Art by Night" are $20 for adults and $12 for children. To get tickets for "Summer Light: Art by Night" at Brookgreen Gardens in Murrels Inlet, visit


June 17, 2022

Illumination Park Brings Outdoor Art Experience to Broadway at the Beach

Earlier this month, Myrtle Beach's newest outdoor immersive art exhibit debuted in the new Key West Village section of Broadway at the Beach. Located on the lawn across from The Hangout restaurant, which is now open at 1181 Celebrity Circle, Illumination Park is open-to-public and will feature free exhibits from several artists that will run all summer long. Just a few of the stunning displays you'll see at Illumination Park include: -Electric Dandelions: showcasing six towering steel and acrylic structures animating the sky with a dazzling array of LED-based animations mimicking the phosphorous beauty of fireworks. -Ketleflower: a sunflower sculpture utilizing an analog-based light system and immersive sound to create detailed patterns and emulate natural bioluminescence at nighttime. -The Cloud Swings: interactive installation where visitors swing below a glowing cloud structure that, when activated, shines different colors and lights. In addition, local artist Jim Swaim will also have a sculpture on display at Illumination Park. Swaim's colorful crab sculpture is designed to bring awareness and attention to the need for environmental preservation. In the future, certain sculptures will be rotated out and new pieces installed. Along with the recent opening of Illumination Park and The Hangout, other merchants opening shops soon at Key West Village include Pura Vida, Insomnia Cookies, and Broadway Hammock Shop. To stay updated on the latest news and openings at Broadway at the Beach and the new Key West Village, visit


Posted in Myrtle Beach
May 20, 2022

High Tide Outpost Opens New Retail Store in Little River

A family business has expanded its offerings in the local area. High Tide Outpost recently opened its newest retail location off S.C. 9 in Little River. At High Tide, customers will find a large selection of clothing, outdoor products, beach accessories, and home decor items. The new store aims to serve not only vacationers coming in on Highway 9 but also locals, with the location's expanded home decor collection. High Tide's parent company, Smith-Rogers Oil Co. Inc., also owns 15 Tiger Mart gas stations and convenience stores in South Carolina and four Jimmy John's sub shops on the Grand Strand. The new High Tide Outpost, 2353 Hwy. 9 E, is together in a business complex with a Tiger Mart, Jimmy John's, Bojangles and fireworks store. Some of the apparel brands that shoppers will find are Southern Tide, Simply Southern, Huk and Southern Casanova. In addition, summer outdoor enthusiasts will find all the equipment they need, ranging from kayaks to inflatable paddle boards to boogie boards and skimboards. Plus, beach accessories like towels, coolers, beach chairs, shovels, buckets, waterproof speakers and phone cases are also available at High Tide Outlet. To learn more about the new Little River location for High Tide, see


High Tide Outpost

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