Before and After Projects

Historical Home

DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON, SC

The client completely gutted this historic South of Broad on Queen Street duplex, and with our custom design consultation and construction, this duplex now has an open floor plan. This client refers to their home as the “Charleston Crash Pad.” Custom resources were used for area rugs, draperies, bedding, and headboards. This home was given a whimsical and advanced look by knocking down walls in the living room to create an open floor plan, moving appliances for functionality, raising ceiling heights to expose authentic wood beams, and creating a customized designer paint schedule with inverse trim detailing.

Historical Home

DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON, SC

The client completely gutted this historic South of Broad on Queen Street duplex, and with our custom design consultation and construction, this duplex now has an open floor plan. This client refers to their home as the “Charleston Crash Pad.” Custom resources were used for area rugs, draperies, bedding, and headboards. This home was given a whimsical and advanced look by knocking down walls in the living room to create an open floor plan, moving appliances for functionality, raising ceiling heights to expose authentic wood beams, and creating a customized designer paint schedule with inverse trim detailing.

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DEBORDIEU, GEORGETOWN, SC

This gorgeous design transformation is located in Georgetown, SC in the Debordieu neighborhood. The home needed some TLC to brighten up the space, streamline the layout, and create a cleaner and more open feel.

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GEORGETOWN, SC

Our newest design project in Georgetown, South Carolina is the definition of transformation. The design team added light furniture to enhance the natural lighting in the living and give it a fresh, clean look and feel.

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC

This client wanted the dining room to be used again and an upstairs room for their kids and guests. The homeowners rarely used the dining room, and the client wanted to change that. They wanted a sophisticated space with an eclectic mix of furniture and a chic modern look. Upstairs their one request was to make the room durable. The CHD design team took the space to the next level by creating the ultimate TV room. To make it durable, our team added all leather upholstery for wipe-ability and a 100% washable rug, and we left the cocktail table free of accessories.

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LITCHFIELD, SC

This house needed a renovation to make it more modern. The design team used greys and blues to give it a coastal feel, and each room was brightened using white cabinets or light furnishings to provide the home with a fresher appearance.