On Saturday, November 7 head to our Mt. Pleasant and Murrells Inlet locations for a Sidewalk Sale! Enjoy 30 – 70% off select items and even 15% off new arrivals! Find the perfect home furnishings and accessories for a great discount price! Spend more than $500 at the Sidewalk Sale, and you’ll receive a $20 […]
One of the most common struggles we see here at CHD is clients struggling to define their style. Many times the look that people try to attain or desire will encompass many different stylist genres. In this post, we will list a few design topics to try to help you decide which category you may fall in and show you ways that you can achieve two looks at once.
As the sweltering heat of summer fades, the cool, crisp days of fall are upon us. Fall is the perfect time to refresh your home and get it ready for fall before the rush of the holiday season begins. Use this time and these simple tricks to get your home holiday-season ready.
Although famous for our “Low Country Chic “ influence, CHD Interiors has completed projects with a wide variety of design styles . In all of these spaces, our clients have requested the common goal of maximizing space. No matter what your preferred interior style or design prefrence, the desire to maximize space is a common thread of concern. With the help of our experienced design staff, CHD Interiors can improve your home’s spacial deficiencies.
In many homes, the living room is the main congregation area for your family, a centralized location for entertaining friends, and the perfect place for sitting down to have a quiet evening to relax or read. When designing your living room, consider the function of your living room and plan seating and furniture layout accordingly. It is imperative that your living room accommodates seating for your family and guests, as well as provides a comfortable location for socialization purposes.
Scale is a central ingredient to a successful design. Depending on the specific application, each project contains a wide variety of different sized pieces of furniture and fixtures. This is a never ending snowball effect; the scale of the space determines the scale of the dining table, the scale of the dining table determines the scale of the light fixture, and it continues down to small accessories.
The bonus room – that forgotten, catch all space that usually looks more like an attic or salvage yard than a livable, comfortable dwelling. Everyone has one but most people don’t know what to do with it. Well, the design team at CHD Interiors wants to help you reclaim that wasted space!
We love it when our customers think outside of the box! And, we love it even more when they share their ideas with us. We recently had a customer who was looking for a vase for her foyer. While we did not have a vase that fit the bill, we did have a lamp that was just perfect! Being the creative type, a girl with a vision you might say, she purchased the lamp. And, a week or so later she sent us these amazing images of her creation!
First things first… Before beginning your nursery, decide the style, colors and tones you want to use. One helpful way of doing this is to create a mood board, where you can pin pictures of your favorite nursery styles, paint colors, furniture and even accessories.