Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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843-971-1231 Now Carrying Heirloom Traditions Chalk-Type Paint Photo by Holger Obenaus Furniture • Accessories • Art • Gifts 843-971-1231 • 1051 Johnnie Dodds Blvd., Ste. G, Mt. Pleasant 843.763.5620 www.designercarpetsinc.com CARPET · CUSTOM RUGS · HARDWOOD · CORK/BAMBOO · STAIR RUNNERS Full showroom located at 233 Hoggard Lane, Johns Island Serving the Charleston area since 1995 Photo by Holger Obenaus 249 CS D Elizabeth Pandolf is a writer living in Charleston. NICOLE NORRIS DESIGN STUDIO 466 North Guignard Drive Sumter, SC 29150 803-773-8083 234 Mathis Ferry Road Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 843-819-4909 nicolenorrisdesign.com in bold and creative ways—a wallpapered bookshelf, for example. Balancing that are rich gold tones, another hallmark of Norris' personal aesthetic. "We kept it warm by using the golds," she says. "I feel the warm and the cool have to bal- ance each other; it gives a room more depth. "Layers and depth are two words I like to think through when I'm designing a project— layers of color, objects, art. Then depth—how far you see from one area to the next, how it transitions. I like to make things fow." She's certainly accomplished that with the Pierces' home, cre- ating a warm, welcoming space for the family to raise their two daughters. "I like to take the way my clients live, and what they like, and put that together with my skills to co-create a beautiful space," Norris says. 2 "We kept it warm by using the golds," she says. "I feel the warm and the cool have to balance each other; it gives a room more depth. Layers and depth are two words I like to think through when I'm designing a project—layers of color, objects, art."

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