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.
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.
The most important detail when ordering upholstered furniture is the type of fabric specified. Tons of durable fabric options are available now, more than ever before, from both commercial and residential fabric manufacturers. By selecting a durable fabric, you can have the luxury of beautiful, livable AND functional spaces.
Living in coastal South Carolina is a true blessing. The beauty of our coast is something to be celebrated, so don’t hesitate to do just that in the interior of your home! All too often we have clients come in for assistance designing a coastal inspired home, and their number one request is for a coastal theme that doesn’t look to kitschy. Fortunately, we have tons of experience designing classy, upscale, elegant homes, while maintaining a relaxed and effortless finished product. And, we have a fabric room with over a million fabrics to choose from!
March’s fabulous birthstone, Aquamarine, is a beautiful blue-green color for you to add that statement color to your interior space! Aquamarine is a perfect color for our coastal environment, and just so happens to be the “it” pantone this summer. Do not be intimidated by this bright shade as it can make a true statement in any room, used in the right way. Here are just a few tips on how you can incorporate this amazing shade into your home.
Living in the Lowcountry has endless benefits. And, if we are all honest, two of the most amazing perks to where we live are the amazing weather and our beautiful surroundings. So, make the most of your outdoor spaces with charming décor, so you can take it all in in style! Here are a few […]