The MDI Team recently finished a fun project at the Rhodes Boutique in West Ashley. The boutique is located in the South Windermere shopping center. Clients love it because it’s close to downtown and has plenty of free (!!!!) parking. The owner, Caroline Rhodes, buys what she loves and what she knows her customers will love.
We’ve put the finishing touches on our newly renovated and expanded design studio and we couldn’t be happier. Our studio is our home away from home. It’s where we develop relationships, create, dream, and get inspired. This larger space gives us plenty of room to spread out vision boards, meet with clients, and display one-of-a-kind treasures and favorite accessories. (Stay tuned for a post on our current favorite accessories!)
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.
In Charleston’s August heat, we love thinking about cool mountain interior design inspiration. We’ve been giving you a sneak peek of some of our new projects recently, and today we’re excited to give you a full-on tour of one of our favorites.
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.
We’re excited to show you some photos and behind-the-scenes shots from our recent project, The Quay at Bishop Gadsden.
Did you know that “modern” design and “contemporary” design are different? If you like clean lines and are trying to describe your tastes to a designer or architect, it’s very easy to be confused!
Built in the 1880’s, 179 Rutledge Avenue is our latest historical renovation project. Margaret Donaldson Interiors is teaming up with Joe Schmidt of Evans and Schmidt Architects to transform Ashley Hall’s newest real estate acquisition into a space for small, intimate classes, round table discussions and school events/entertaining. Charleston, SC interior design often times involves exquisite historical properties.
Just wrapping up another great week of Charleston, SC interior design. Here are some of the highlights.
Have you ever wondered how we get to the final result? Where did that drapery detail come from? How did we decide to put that particular pattern on the wall?