Showcasing our decadent downtown Charleston Chisolm project, Homes & Gardens touts 10 transitional design lessons learned from this luxurious penthouse that blends antiques with contemporary decor.
Karen Darlow writes, "This particular apartment, on the third floor of an award-winning converted vocational school in Charleston, SC, has an interior design scheme that elevates it to another level of luxury. In fact, we're so wowed by the careful placement of antiques and paintings, and the bespoke wallcoverings and finishes, that we've added the penthouse to our list of the world's best homes."
Architrave principal and owner, Moe Draz is quoted as well saying:
"I always think that the architecture of the space should inform the design,' says the designer, "so I try and start with the building envelope, paying attention to the scale of the rooms, the windows and the natural light in the space."
From keeping threads of color for a harmonious effect to embracing the unexpected, find detailed design lessons learned alongside more views of this carefully curated space in the full Home & Gardens feature here.
Photographs by Katie Charlotte Photography