The Alys Beach Sales Center was tired and needed a facelift. Overused and worn out furniture, rugs and lighting didn’t do justice to a representation of this beautiful 30A community. Karen Kerns and I worked to furnish this space with neutral upholstery, a natural fiber rug, and sleek modern lighting that really brought this room to life. It now fills a space that developers and realtors can bring their clients to fully represents the “Alys Lifestyle”.
While it’s hard to pinpoint a certain “style” among the number of showrooms we visit in Highpoint, you begin to see trends emerge throughout the market that are the common factor of where the next phase of design is heading. This spring there were lots of things that stood out that I’ll highlight in future posts, but one major unifying look was the use of wood and natural materials in furniture finishes. Although it will always be around in our area, the grey-ish tones are slowly taking a backseat to more dark warm woods and natural brown finishes. We loved the modern lines and chunky rustic woods that dominated showrooms across the board. Take a look at some of these pieces that were our favorites!