Kimberly Grigg is a professional at space planning, integrating form
with function. She is not focused solely on aesthetics and style; but
must also help her clients deal with important functionality concerns
of their apartments. An interior designer can be a real asset in making your South Carolina condo compatible with your lifestyle and personal taste.
Some designers find the open floor plan of many new condos a
challenge, wondering where to begin and end the paint, and how to
partition the living spaces. A muted elegant scheme, vivid artwork, bold floral arrangements, and lively printed textiles can serve to portray your current fashion passions. Knotting Hill Interiors has the expertise to
make your condo a warm and inviting nest for as little or as long as
you choose to roost!
Creating a kitchen with style, function, and efficiency is a frequent
request of South Carolina condo owners. Many condos have limited
counter space, but older buildings that have been converted to condos
often have enormous floor space! Consider a stand-alone island! A
four or five-foot long island will store a large assortment of bowls,
utensils, and groceries and will give you another expansive of prep
“Every space is unique” says interior designer Kimberly Grigg. “I love
to utilize each architectural detail to give your condo the style and
comfort you desire.”
Just because you’ve downsized to a low-maintenance flat, doesn’t mean
that it should be flat and boring. Use timeless interior decorating
techniques to insure your high rise home exudes elegance. Whether
your condo is designed to house you temporarily, or in fact, you love
a maintenance-free lifestyle and plan to stay for the long haul, beautiful and functional design décor and an elegant lifestyle can indeed be yours!
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