Augustus & Carolina has been a landmark in Historic Georgetown, SC, since 1995. In late 2004, Kathryn and David Kossove purchased what was originally Belk Scarborough store, and began carefully restoring the building to combine its original 1940s craftsmanship charm with some well-deserved updates. Within 65,000 square feet of showroom space on three floors, you’re bound to find something that’s just right for you in our Georgetown furniture store—whether it’s a stately centuries-old Chinese cabinet or a crisp, upholstered chair and ottoman.
While we had the indoor furniture piece thriving, we realized we wanted to dive into the outdoor furniture space as well. We could not find the styles and quality of outdoor furniture that met our standards. In 2009, we opened a small outdoor store on the corner of 800 Front Street, and eventually purchased the Maxway Building and totally renovated it within a few years. This is now our current Augustus & Carolina Outdoor Living showroom.
Two store fronts under one roof, you can browse through our outdoor living store, and interior design center in addition to our home furnishings and accessories areas. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find just what you’re looking for. If you’ve never been to Augustus & Carolina-or haven’t visited us lately-we invite you to stop by. It is definitely worth the trip, and parking is a breeze in our private parking area!
Augustus & Carolina is a proud member of the Historic Georgetown community and enjoys participating in and contributing to many community events. As members of the Temple Beth Elohim in Georgetown, the Kossove’s renovated the social hall, providing the congregation with a more functional and attractive place to celebrate holidays throughout the year. Additionally, The Kossove’s generously donated to The Kaminski House Museum, and in particular to the lush grounds with the Kathryn and David Kossove Garden, which was mentioned in a New York Times article in 2017. The Kossove’s continue to help cultivate and grow the Georgetown community.