Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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Full Service Kitchen & Bath Design 843-518-0338 1070 Main Road • Johns Island • TheCharlestonDesignCottage.com New Construction & Remodel Creative Designs for Most Budgets Also Offering Stylish Aging-in-Place Design Feeling Disorganized? Closets, Pantries, Garages, Offices Yes, we design beautiful kitchens — why not let us Yes, we design beautiful organize the rest of your home. organize the rest of your home. kitchens — why not let us 248 CS D detects the designer's love of art and her creative ways to use it. On the right side of the dining room hangs a large modern painting; on the left is a classical still life in a rich gold frame. "I like to mix different eras of art," Norris says. "Here, we mixed the old and the new, made it eclectic." That same creative touch can be seen in the family room, where Norris created a gallery- style wall with many different, mostly small, prints, paintings and drawings. They hang to- gether over a deep blue bench. "I love to put art together," says Norris. "I paint as well, so I'm an artist at heart." The effect is a pleasing one. Bright pops of orange and red com- plement the throw pillow on the bench, among the more muted colors of gray and sepia. While the palette is cool and calming, Norris added in other accents—lamps, pillows, a sofa—in varying shades of blue (since blue is one of Jennifer's favorite colors). "We took the blue and really played with it," Norris says. "Everything from turquoise to cobalt to gray, with the warm gold tones mixed in." As pleased as she is with how the entire house turned out, Norris' favorite room is the library. The room is a study in blue, with the color coming out In the family room, Norris created a gallery- style wall with many different prints, paintings and drawings. They hang together over a deep blue bench. "I love to put art together," says Norris. "I paint as well, so I'm an artist at heart."

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