As much as we love Charleston, we believe that getting out of our comfort zones is the best way to find design inspiration. In February, MDI interior designer Alexis Wilks had a fantastic opportunity to travel through India and Nepal with family. Her stepfather founded an eye clinic in the area that serves the poor, and she was able to do a little humanitarian work as well as sightseeing. Read More
Our favorite paint colors are like our favorite people: Always nice to be with and never overbearing. When choosing paint, it’s important to try a big test patch in the room, both near a window and in the darkest part.Read More
When the homeowners first set foot on their Kiawah Island oceanside property, they stood with their arms outstretched. They knew they wanted to build a house that embraced the view – and their friends and family. Inspired by the open arms them, they built the house in a V-shape, as if it, too, was embracing the view. Read More
The Kiawah River was the focal point for this relaxed family getaway on Kiawah Island. There are sweeping marsh views from every room, and we incorporated plenty of the homeowner’s favorite colors: blue.Read More
Influenced by the Arts and Crafts style, this classic Kiawah home has custom wood details everywhere. Because it has glorious views of the marsh and golf course, we used a coastal palette. This is an island home, so we made sure everything was low-maintenance and comfortable.
We are excited to announce that MDI recently won three awards at the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Awards Gala, 2017, Carolinas. Looking for the best interior designer in Charleston or Kiawah Island? Look no further!
Each year Pantone picks a “Color of the Year”; a symbolic color choice that reflects what the Pantone Color Institute believes is an expression of a global mood. This year’s color? #15-0343, affectionately known as “Greenery.”
Interior design trends are taking a definite turn in 2017. Some tried-and-true elements that have anchored décor for nearly a decade are on their way out, making room for fresh, new interior expression.