Thursday, April 4, 2013
Kimberly Grigg, CEO and principal designer with Knotting Hill Interiors, an interior design firm specializing in southern design, will be a guest speaker at the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League’s Designer Showhouse, April 18 at 3 p.m. During the presentation, Grigg will discuss “Secrets of Southern Design” in the showhouse’s café. Her talk will be based, in part, on her soon-to-be-published book of the same title, “Secrets of Southern Design.”
The topic will include Grigg’s insights and tips about interior design for southern-style interiors; choosing color palettes for rooms, walls and fabrics; infusing traditional styling with modern conveniences; and creating spaces with livable luxury for entertaining friends and family, among other related subject matter. Grigg will also share information about how to choose an interior designer to suit the style and needs of homeowners seeking to do home-design projects. Following the talk, she will conduct a question and answer session for audience members to inquire about interior design topics of interest and gain design advice and ideas that can be applied in their own homes.
Talented and much sought-after, Grigg creates spectacular dream home interiors throughout the Southeast and beyond. She is a go-to interior designer for residential designs and renovations as well as condominium and second home furnishings. Kimberly’s growing acclaim among enthusiastic clients is due to her passion for creating elegant, comfortable living spaces in all design styles. Her book, Secrets of Southern Design, will be published this summer. To learn more, log onto: www.knottinghillinteriors.com.
The 2013 showhouse once served as a cotton warehouse that was converted into a 4,000 square-foot home in the 1950s. Designed by some of the Lowcountry’s most talented interior designers, the residence has now been transformed into a beautiful showcase home in the heart of historic downtown Charleston. The home will be open for tours through April 21, 2013. Read more about the showhouse online at: http://www.csolinc.org/events/designer-showhouse.
A small donation of $5 (minimum) to the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League’s Designer Showhouse is requested to attend the seminar. Advanced RSVPs to Dominique de Bruin, email@example.com, are requested for priority seating, but are not required. For those attending the presentation, general admission to tour the showhouse will be optional. Check the showhouse’s website for tour times and costs.
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