Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2015

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A R T S 276 CS D Michael Mitchell and Tyler Hill of Mitchell Hill are so much more than interior designers. Not only can they design your space, they can also design the furniture and lighting fxtures to fll it, not to mention select the art that hangs on the walls. And it doesn't matter whether you want to go very traditional or totally contemporary—they'll work with you wherever your style lies. "Each one of our projects is tailored to the client, so no two ever look same," Mitchell says. "I tend to like a clean, modern, traditional look fused with con- temporary art." Mitchell's name might be best known in Charleston for the Michael Mitchell Gallery, the impressively high-ceilinged art gallery on Upper King Street that Mitchell opened several years ago. Mitchell and Hill often pull from their large inven- tory of paintings, sculptures and photographs when building a project. "Often we'll use a piece of art as a leaping-off point. The two worlds really do collide," Mitchell says. "Our clients tend to be sophisticated art collec- tors, so the art is part of our process." Mitchell Hill Gallery 843-564-0034 mitchellhillinc.com MITCHELL HILL GALLERY

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