Art and design coffee table books are such a wonderful indulgences, not to mention providing creative inspiration. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for an art or design lover, here are a few of our favorite new releases:Read More
Last month we shared the renovation of the historic Dock Street Theater featuring traditional Charleston interior design. Near the beach, such as our Isle of Palms and Kiawah Island interior design projects, contemporary design is almost always in order. However, on the Charleston peninsula, especially south of Broad, traditional design still reigns. Read More
Just for fun today we thought we’d give you a tour of Charleston’s historic Dock Street Theater, one of our interior design projects from a few years ago. The renovation is a perfect illustration of traditional Charleston interior design. The theater was built in 1809 as a hotel and converted to a theater in 1935, and today is a beloved part of the Holy City’s art (and social) scene. Read More
Kiawah Interior Design, Cassique Style
Looking for Kiawah interior design ideas? Check out this article in Charleston Style & Design to learn how Margaret Donaldson Interiors worked with architect Wayne Windham and builder Scott Koenig to bring a client’s dream to life. Such a beautiful house! Read More
We love this great legend. The work of Spanish artist and architect Antoni Gaudi is fascinating to say the least. So we’d like to dedicate this post to paying homage to him. Let’s look some of his work plus designs inspired by Antoni Gaudi.
What could be better than pizza, craft beer and our friends down at Reclaimed DesignWorks Charleston, SC. Last Thursday, we joined them along with Coast Crust and Coastal Craft & Cru to enjoy the restored vintage trucks that now serve up incredible Neopolitan-style pizza, craft beer, wine and more deliciousness. To top it all off, Reclaimed DesignWorks did an incredible job with the refurbishment of the food trucks. These are not your ordinary food trucks.Read More
You may recall that we mentioned the living wall from our hotel in Chicago. We were truly captured by the feature. The green aesthetic emanates through the space. It encourages people to stop and interact. It divides spaces.Read More