The Design is in the Details

CHD Interiors lives by its motto…our design tells your story. In order to fulfill this motto in each of the homes we design, we must pay attention to every detail from floor to ceiling. Over the next few months, our team will take you through some of our recent transformations and point out some of the intricate details that went into creating these beautiful spaces.

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GEORGETOWN, SOUTH CAROLINA

The first home featured in our “The Design is in the Details” series is located in Georgetown, South Carolina. Lighting, pops of color, antiques, custom pieces, and so much more bring this house’s story to life, and the details within each element are subtle but impactful. Hover over each picture below to read the design details.

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The Design is in the Details

CHD Interiors lives by its motto…our design tells your story. In order to fulfill this motto in each of the homes we design, we must pay attention to every detail from floor to ceiling. Over the next few months, our team will take you through some of our recent transformations and point out some of the intricate details that went into creating these beautiful spaces.

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GEORGETOWN, SOUTH CAROLINA

The first home featured in our “The Design is in the Details” series is located in Georgetown, South Carolina. Lighting, pops of color, antiques, custom pieces, and so much more bring this house’s story to life, and the details within each element are subtle but impactful.

Low-level lighting creates an intimate entryway that brings an inviting warmth into this home.

A cocktail table fashioned out of old London School of Art table tops makes for an interesting conversation piece in this colorful den.

This uniquely designed fireplace is clad in black stone and topped with a wraparound old French beam mantle, detailed with special dovetail joints.

This clean and sophisticated master bath is not complete without a gorgeous custom-made glass wall shower.

The wood floors crafted from old barn wood bring a country cottage feel to this home. Mirrored antique French doors segue well into the master bedroom area.

Built-in, hand-carved pine, antique columns elevate the farmhouse ambiance.

This old Turkish sink makes for a great vanity when paired with a custom vanity made with antique beam skins.

This cozy niche private office is accented with a suspended glass desk area.

An antique newel post lends a nostalgic air to this home.

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PAWLEYS ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA

The second home of our “The Design is in the Details” series features this lovely Lower Waverly home in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. A beautiful, modern home with antique details is the perfect display of old mixed with new, fitting for an island full of rich history. Hover over each picture below to read the design details.

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PAWLEYS ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA

The second home of our “The Design is in the Details” series features this lovely Lower Waverly home in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. A beautiful, modern home with antique details is the perfect display of old mixed with new, fitting for an island full of rich history.

The ceilings are made from old barn wood siding, contrasting beautifully with contemporary “Sputnik” chandeliers.

Antique shutters act as a secondary frame for the gorgeous artwork.

Custom-made barn doors constructed from ironwork provide separation but allow views and light to pass through.

This custom range hood is set in patinaed copper and stainless steel.

Forged out of aged barn wood siding, the floors in this home give a historic quality to the interior and fit the home’s river-front scenery.

The transoms over the windows are made from trim and mirrors to visually link them to the windows.

This antique French garden-edging tile is used as decoration above and below the television.

This antique pub sign suspended on the porch creates an intriguing double-sided wall adornment.

Old English factory lights give a nostalgic feeling to this screened porch.

Antique English parquet set atop a custom iron base becomes a large dining table.

This cocktail table was fabricated from an antique champagne riddling rack and set on a custom iron base.

Walls covered in shellstone and fitted with built-in shelves made from antique wooden beams create an eye-catching backdrop to display photos and favorite pieces.

An antique concrete planter from France was fashioned into this distinctive console table.
Framed flora from the area creates captivating artwork and is a nod to the home’s natural surroundings.

This corner desk and shelves were custom-built out of metal to fit into a nook in this office.

A custom metalwork staircase complements the surrounding wood.
These steps were painted in black paint and distressed to appear worn and used.

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