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.
Influenced by the Arts and Crafts style, this classic Kiawah home has custom wood details everywhere. Because it has glorious views of the marsh and golf course, we used a coastal palette. This is an island home, so we made sure everything was low-maintenance and comfortable.
We’re excited to show you some photos and behind-the-scenes shots from our recent project, The Quay at Bishop Gadsden.
Interior design trends are taking a definite turn in 2017. Some tried-and-true elements that have anchored décor for nearly a decade are on their way out, making room for fresh, new interior expression.
Color and mood go hand in hand. Color, even in your choice of accessories, can have a big impact on the mood of your room. Color can comfort, energize, calm, inspire and so much more. Here are some ways we’ve used color to change the mood of a room:
In our last blog post we wrote about how designing for commercial spaces, especially medical offices, requires a different approach than designing for private homes. Our Modern Medical Office project brought in plenty of natural elements to create a soothing environment. Though still a medical office, in our Downtown Dental Suite project we had leeway to have a bit of fun.
Interior design can have an enormous impact on the people who spend time in that space, and the intersection of design and well being is an important crossroads. When designing commercial spaces, such as the medical office we recently helped renovate, we have different considerations than when designing a private home.
The incredible architectural work takes the lead in this project that features traditional Isle of Palms interior design. A neutral palette allows the structural elements to stand out. From tile to wood detailing, nothing fell short of making each space exceptional.
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.
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.