"SieMatic’s BeauxArts.02: the kitchen redefined. Lotus White gloss lacquer, Ebonized wood veneer, and polished nickel elegantly combine to transform the room from a utilitarian space to a stylish gathering place ideal for holiday merrymaking."
Visit the SieMatic showroom at 444 King Street in the Upper King Design District where a SieMatic designer will design the kitchen of your dreams. Call 843.724.5838 to make an appointment today.
While everyone knows The Michael Mitchell Gallery as a unique, contemporary art gallery, that’s only half of their story! They also provide comprehensive design services tailored to their clients' individual needs.
Their design team is able to create your dream space using their extensive list of sources. They work side by side with the industry’s leading companies; using these healthy relationships to conceptualize and create bespoke furniture, lighting, window dressings, wall coverings and floor coverings. The possibilities are endless!
Their design team is made up of seasoned professionals who have worked all over the world, have witnessed groundbreaking interior design first hand and understand the importance of creating a space that is truly yours. Whether you are looking for traditional, contemporary, modern, bohemian, or transitional style for your home or commercial property, Michael Mitchell can make it happen.
If you are interested in their interior design services, please stop by the gallery at 438 King Street or call 843.564.0034 to set up a consultation.
This week I visited Ann Reinert’s Yellow Door Gallery on King Street, just upstairs from the Reinert LePrince Fine Art Gallery at 179 King. I wanted to see the MJ Green archival metal prints featured at the last 2nd Sunday on King Street, before they were all gone. Green’s unusual treatment of black and white captured my attention wasn’t printed on metal, “The Bridge 1” is a dramatic black and white photograph on paper featuring the Ravenel Bridge boldly shot from below. One might think a bridge is a bridge, but ours has a way of playing with light so much so that it looks different every day. MJ caught it looking ethereal. She obviously loves it too.
The Yellow Door Gallery has other wall art, some by Reinert’s famous impressionist husband Rick, and those bold colors and textures are expertly presented with wearable, tasteful items like jewelry, scarves and even bath products. You can tell Ann is having fun with this place. Vintage-inspired hand crafted jewelry by Robin Goodfellow Designs features colorful swirls of crystals, rhinestones, and pearls along with glass and metal beads. Rick Hunter, Scott Simmons, and Otter Rotolante contribute handblown and torchworked glass in a rainbow of colors that float invisibly on window shelves for a striking effect.
As part of the preparations surrounding the 36th Annual Spoleto
Festival USA, Charleston interior designer, Michael Mitchell, was selected to design this year’s Society
Lounge and Press Room, located off the oval room of the Historic Middleton-Pinckney House (c. 1796).
In the tradition of true Southern hospitality, the inviting Society Lounge and Press Room was
designed to both stimulate and relax the senses. Mitchell brings his trademark flair and vitality to the space
while maintaining the integrity of the room’s serene and historic bearing. Partnering with Baker on many of
the furnishings, Mitchell deftly mixes contemporary components creating the perfect foil to the smooth,
rounded walls and the Neoclassical architectural details.
Sad you didn't win the HGTV Dream Home with its gorgeous streamlined kitchen and beautiful cabinetry by SieMatic? You can still get plenty of inspiration from the HGTV Dream Home pictures. Stop by SieMatic's Charleston Showroom at 444 King Street for more inspiration and let a SieMatic designer help you put together the kitchen of your dreams. Call 843.724.5838 to make an appointment today.
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