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Our philosophy of Substance & Style places an emphasis on the practicality and sustainability of our design choices, and we are proud to feature recycled, responsibly manufactured, and American made products in our store.   Let us help you Find Your Way Home. Because of owner Kerry Ann Dame’s well-traveled background and big-city training, Posh is well-equipped to handle both small and large scale projects, drawing on sources from all over the country. Residential, Hospitality, and Marine design and fabrication services are available.

Kerry Ann Dame, Principal


Kerry Ann Dame has over twenty years’ experience designing interiors, furnishings and accessories. After completing a degree in Art History at U.C.L.A., she was recruited by decorator Michael Smith to work with prominent designer Lynn von Kersting at her Los Angeles design firm, Indigo Seas. Kerry Ann spent the next three years learning the design business from the ground up. With a clientele that included celebrities and studio executives, this experience was the best training a young designer could wish for. Projects she played a key role in were published in House and Garden, House Beautiful, and Country Living, as well as the books “The Floral Home” and “Country Kitchens”. Relocating to Surfside Beach in 2000, she opened a design shop to offer sought-after designer fabrics and California-style furnishings to the Grand Strand. Kerry Ann’s interiors are a mix of livable comfort and low-key sophistication.  She focuses on unique furnishings of lasting quality and enjoys helping clients incorporate antiques and fine art into their homes. A frequently published writer whose articles on design have appeared in numerous local and regional magazines, Kerry Ann’s interiors in South Carolina have been featured in local and national magazines such as Coastal Living, Southern Living, SC Woman, and Coastal Carolina Homestyles. She can be contacted at EDUCATION: Bachelor of Fine Arts, Art History, University of California, Los Angeles, 1988 Continuing Education in History of Furniture, Decorative Arts, and Design, Drawing and Antiques