In Charleston, interior design coffee table books are more than just decoration. A beautiful photo book is the perfect companion for a slow afternoon in the bed swing with a pile of pillows and a glass of sweet tea. Inspiring coffee table books are also good places to get inspiration when you want to refresh your interiors just a little.
With a new season comes the urge to refresh interior spaces to match. In winter, we bring warmth to chilly Charleston days with plenty of layers and soft, nubby textiles. In summer, we want summer textiles that are light, bright, fun, and crisp.
You can refresh your space for summer, or for an entire next chapter, with a creative summer textile makeover.
Crisp, sophisticated whites, grays, and indigos have dominated interior design trends in the last few years. While these combinations never go out of style, warm colors are making their way into Charleston interiors. Driven by the popularity of blush pinks and rose gold, we’re seeing the addition of toasty mustards, deeper shades of rose, terra cotta, rust, and even salmon (a perennial Charleston favorite).Read More
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.Read More
Chaddock is an American furniture designer and manufacturer headquartered in Morganton, North Carolina. The company is well known for their customizable furniture designed by notables such as Larry Laslo, Mary McDonald and David Easton. They are perfectionists, and it shows in the quality of their work. (We’ll tell you more about that in our next blog post about the MDI team field trip to the factory.)
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
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