Today we’re excited to give you a home tour of one of our recent interior design projects in Charleston, South Carolina: A beautiful, refined retreat:
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).
The “Sip & See” is MDI tradition. When one of our designers finishes a project, we cater a wine and cheese open house so the rest of our team can see the finished home and celebrate with the homeowners. It also allows Elizabeth, our accounting and business manager to get out of the office for once!
MDI’s Beth Black had a great time hanging out at Charleston Fashion Week this year. Held every spring in Marion Square, Charleston Fashion week showcases emerging designers as well as nationally recognized designers. Runway events and parties are glamorous – Charleston style.
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.)
A grown family and their furry friend spend winter months in this modern Sullivan’s Island home. An unusual layout for traditional Sullivan’s Island, this transitional renovation has an open floor plan for easy entertaining.
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.
This spring Margaret took a trip to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. This is part II: Shopping
In our last blog post we shared our inspiration from High Point Market in North Carolina. The High Point Market is incredible – it’s 11.5 million square feet of show space, installations, furniture, accessories, and more.