Crisp, sophisticated whites, grays, and indigos have dominated interior design trends in the last few years. While these combinations never go out of style, warm colors are making their way into Charleston interiors. Driven by the popularity of blush pinks and rose gold, we’re seeing the addition of toasty mustards, deeper shades of rose, terra cotta, rust, and even salmon (a perennial Charleston favorite).
Now that the holidays are almost behind us, it’s time to think about a nice, long rest. To inspire you, here are some of our favorite bedrooms:
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:
One of the most important concepts in good design is giving important art, furniture and objects room to breathe. That means leaving enough space around them so that you can appreciate them, either consciously or subconsciously.
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.
The big picture or foundation of the home is absolutely the core of the design. But just like the perfect dessert or side can make a meal, the interior design accessories finish off a design. They can even go so far as to change the tone of the design to make it more serious or more whimsical. Here are some accessories that we have been crushing on lately.
Here we go! Final round of Atlanta finds. Charleston Interior Design is as global as a plane ride or a car trip or the internet for that matter. While we love and cherish our local resources, we strive for an awareness of all that is out there. This philosophy allows us to bring truly the best and most unique selections into the MDI studio and then into our clients’ homes. A lot of what we enjoyed were creative takes on wall decor.
Whew! We’re back from Atlanta and our heads are spinning with great new ideas. Did we mention that we also came straight back to a big installation?! Be on the lookout for the new project to appear on the blog soon. MDI doesn’t just go to High Point in the fall and spring; MDI also tries to make to Atlanta every year or so.
Well, hello, Ann Sacks! It is probably safe to say that the Ann Sacks showroom is one of the most fun of all times. For reference, NeoCon is a couple of floors at the Chicago Merchandise Mart. As a result, we were able to take advantage of all of the commercial and residential design showrooms while in Chicago. The images kind of speak for themselves as spectacular examples of residential tile design.
You may recall that we mentioned the living wall from our hotel in Chicago. We were truly captured by the feature. The green aesthetic emanates through the space. It encourages people to stop and interact. It divides spaces.