We’ve put the finishing touches on our newly renovated and expanded design studio and we couldn’t be happier. Our studio is our home away from home. It’s where we develop relationships, create, dream, and get inspired. This larger space gives us plenty of room to spread out vision boards, meet with clients, and display one-of-a-kind treasures and favorite accessories. (Stay tuned for a post on our current favorite accessories!)
Houseplants are enjoying a massive resurgence in interior design, and rightly so.
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.
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. This is part II: Shopping
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:
We’re excited to show you some photos and behind-the-scenes shots from our recent project, The Quay at Bishop Gadsden.
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.”
This time of year most of us are spending a lot more time in our kitchens. Gone are the days of tomato sandwiches and cold shrimp lunches – Fall and Winter have us back in the kitchen making more elaborate meals and traditional favorites to accommodate a steady stream of parties and house guests. In honor of the hardest working room in the house, we’re reflecting on some of our favorites:
E-reader aficionados are often faced with a dilemma: Keep their pre-Kindle book collection or convert to digital and donate their stash. Margaret says – keep your books.