Take notice of the creative use of ironwork in the guest bedroom of our Cassique Cottage project.
We had an exciting day walking through a new construction project on Kiawah Island. We cannot tell you how much we love to come in on the ground level; the opportunity to review floorplans in the early stages lets us catch potentially issues.
This sketch is an example of the many ways that we communicate with each other here at MDI. Specifically, Margaret returned from an appointment on one of Charleston’s nearby islands and this was her way of helping the rest of us gain a feel for the house. The main floor sketch looks a bit more like a floorplan that you might be able to arrange furniture off of.
To take a page from the website, “In this business, you might say that you’re as good as the company you keep. We love the company we keep. The furniture maker, the upholsterer, the wallpaper hanger, the faux finisher, the delivery crew, the reps”…the list could go on. I’m sure that you’ll meet them all along the way but for now, here is a peak behind the scenes of our office here at 1557 Meeting Street.