Monochromatic (translates as a single color) design uses one dominant color in different shades. Using one color does make a space boring, but quite the contrary in fact. Stunning, dynamic, and complex interiors can be achieved using this very simple design principle. Basically, there are three tricks to pulling off a well-designed monochromatic interior.
We are officially upon one of our favorite times of the year here at CHD – Independence Day! In Murrells Inlet, we go BIG on July 4th – boat parades, golf cart parades, dock decorating contests, and lots of sand and sun time. Watermelon, potato salad, and fried chicken always help to make the day complete! Oh, and plenty of red, white and blue, too, course.
Blue & white porcelain has been around for centuries. It is beautiful, classic and still very much “in!” Blue and white porcelain is decorated under a glaze with blue pigment, generally cobalt oxide. The decoration is commonly applied by hand, by stenciling or by transfer printing, although other methods of application have also been used. […]
Furniture markets, no matter where they are, are experiments in what the next fashion trends will be in the market place. Most vendors are trend followers, content to capitalize on the proven winners from prior market introductions–usually by the trend makers. They provide the products that someone else has typically shown to be marketable. These […]