Bored with your floors? Why not get creative on such an important space in your home?
After 18 months of our hard work in designing the interior of 179 Rutledge Avenue, it’s finally finished! We’re excited to show you the photographs of Ashley Hall School’s new Rutledge House for Global Studies.
You don’t have to buy a new bookcase to totally change the way it looks in your home. By simply arranging your literature a little differently, you can create remarkably beautiful bookshelves by working with what you already have.
Jimmy Evans has always had an eye for design, long before Margaret Donaldson Interiors found him and began working with him years ago. At 90 years young, Jimmy is rich with stories about the old days of design, from Paris to South Carolina, and how things have changed within Charleston’s design world alone.
Four Interior Designers Went to Market
A couple of weeks ago, my MDI colleagues and I ventured up to neighboring North Carolina to attend the High Point Market—the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world. There, we discovered countless remarkable pieces that caught our eye for one reason or another.
MDI is thrilled to be involved with this weekend’s Taste and Tour Kiawah. There are 6 featured homes that feature Kiawah interior design and architecture. MDI’s home is one of our most notable and popular houses that we feature on our website and Houzz. Take a peek at the images below. We’d love to see you out and about this weekend!