Margaret Donaldson Interiors was proud to be a sponsor of Wine, Women and Shoes that debuted in Charleston, SC last Sunday, October 6.
What could be better than pizza, craft beer and our friends down at Reclaimed DesignWorks Charleston, SC. Last Thursday, we joined them along with Coast Crust and Coastal Craft & Cru to enjoy the restored vintage trucks that now serve up incredible Neopolitan-style pizza, craft beer, wine and more deliciousness. To top it all off, Reclaimed DesignWorks did an incredible job with the refurbishment of the food trucks. These are not your ordinary food trucks.
Built in the 1880’s, 179 Rutledge Avenue is our latest historical renovation project. Margaret Donaldson Interiors is teaming up with Joe Schmidt of Evans and Schmidt Architects to transform Ashley Hall’s newest real estate acquisition into a space for small, intimate classes, round table discussions and school events/entertaining. Charleston, SC interior design often times involves exquisite historical properties.
Margaret Donaldson Interiors was delighted to attend an event on August 29 at the Coastal Living Showhouse on Daniel Island, SC. We enjoyed an evening of celebrating another interior design nod to the Charleston design community as we toasted our locals, Ginger Brewton and Circa Lighting along with some of our favorite vendor sponsors such as Sunbrella and Marvin Windows and Doors.
Margaret Donaldson Interiors was excited to host FGI Charleston‘s August member’s only event. With such a clever catchphrase as “Stylishly Sophisticated,” the evening was sure to be a success. For those of you who aren’t familiar with FGI, here is a snippet from their website that elaborates on the FGI mission:
We were excited to celebrate last week as Bird Hardware’s Charleston, SC location made a move to Brigade Street. They were already up here with us in the “neck” but much like MDI, they saw the chance to make a move to a new space. This end of town is really starting to shape up. Bird Hardware is one of Charleston, SC’s most trusted sources “for high quality architectural hardware and luxury plumbing fixtures.”
For us, setting the table is half the battle of great entertaining. We’ll figure out the food and beverage later. First and foremost, how does the house look and how will we set the table?