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:
Recently Margaret, Liz, Alex, Beth and Alexis had the opportunity to go to Chaddock College, a two-day immersive experience at the beautiful factory campus in Morganton, North Carolina.
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.
This spring Margaret took a trip to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. San Miguel is an art and design lover’s paradise, and it was so inspiring she wanted to share some of her photos with you:
Every spring and fall the MDI teams takes a field trip to High Point Market in North Carolina. It’s hard to describe this experience. It’s the largest furnishings trade show in the world.
Each year Pantone picks a “Color of the Year”; a symbolic color choice that reflects what the Pantone Color Institute believes is an expression of a global mood. This year’s color? #15-0343, affectionately known as “Greenery.”
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.
Art and design coffee table books are such a wonderful indulgences, not to mention providing creative inspiration. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for an art or design lover, here are a few of our favorite new releases:
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.
You may have heard a designer say that a home should have a “sense of place.” That means homes just feel more comfortable when the materials, furniture, and decor elements relate to the home’s environment.