Viewing entries tagged
charleston interior decor


Charleston Weekender Home Tour


Decorating our house became my main project last summer when I was a little lost with the direction of my business. A creative project can really keep me going, and decorating is always so much fun for me. I find it helps me get started to have some kind of theme when I’m decorating; be it a color story or some other concept. Well, for our downtown Charleston home I thought about how happy boutique hotels make me when I travel. I get a little blue when I get back from a trip, so I thought maybe I should take a note out of my own playbook and try to make every day feel more like a weekend getaway! Therefore I incorporated some of my favorite destinations and hotels throughout the house. Our living room is modeled after the Summercamp Hotel in Martha’s Vineyard and is filled with lots of camp-y outdoors-y vibes, and the rest of the house is a mish mash of my favorite Florida and California cities. Have a look at some of the rooms below, and see the full home tour on Apartment Therapy, photographed by Margaret Wright.

This post contains affiliate links that help support this blog.

Colorful Bar cart styling

New England Living Room

Colorful living room with grey couch

Florida Guest Room

Palm Springs Master Bedroom (with a little Winter Park mixed in)

navy and green master bedroom with blue patterned headboard

Other Snippets of Our Home



Decorate Your Life: Summer Camp Style

I occasionally take on interior decorating projects, and this wound up being one of my favorites!  I was a little stuck with this client, trying to make a fun retro spot where a ping pong table can be incorporated into the decor.  Finally I decided to stop trying to fight the fun and just go with it!  What lends itself to playtime more than summer camp? I gave Rachel a little colorful retro inspiration, and I'm so glad she has already run with this idea.  She has found so much great Etsy art for her fun new garage rec room!

I will earn a small commission if you purchase items through the links I've provided.  Thank you for helping keep this blog up and running!