I love working on interior design projects in other cities. It is so much fun. One of my clients lives on James Island, and was wanting to redo her living room and sun room. Her main stipulation was that the rooms not have beach cottage theme or feel.
While she loves antiques and French design, she wanted a more transitional look. So in the living room, I incorporated a few modern prints with more traditional pieces. Below is a photo of the color palette we chose: buttery neutrals with pops of gold and turquoise.
The sunroom is directly off the living room. We wanted these rooms to coordinate in some way, but to stand on their own. We went with a more fun color palette in here, but brought in the turquoise and gold tones with the fabric. Below is the fabric scheme for the sun room.
While we are not completely finished with these rooms, I wanted to share with you some of the new furniture pieces that were delivered. The main living spaces are finally becoming a reflection of who my client is. The most important part, she is so happy with everything I have done so far! In her words, “It feels like a new home!”. These are the words an interior designer wants to hear!
Here is a small snapshot of the living room. A rug has since been installed. We repainted the walls a soft neutral so the fabrics and colors from the art really pop!
This is the sunroom, which serves as a relaxation space as well as a home office. We re-painted the walls a soft blue to reflect the water. The two chairs have casters, so she can move them as needed. One serves as her desk chair. A rug and window treatments have been installed since this photo.
I cannot wait to share with you the finished product! But until now, these little in progress photos will have to suffice.
Christy Davis Interiors is a full service interior design firm specializing in new construction and remodel, based in South Carolina. Christy works on projects across the state of South Carolina, including Charleston & Hilton Head Beach, as well as across the Southeastern United States.