DESIGN SERVICES

Whether you are just beginning a home design project, or need finishing touches, designers Kerry Ann Dame and Ariel Spuzzilo have the experience and sources to help you make your dreams a reality.  A fine carpet on bare feet; a chair that fits you just right; or the simple satisfaction of a home that has substance as well as style.  That’s Posh LivIng.

We’ve completed projects all over the Grand Strand and beyond, in communities like DeBordieu Colony and Litchfield.

Turnkey Interior Design Services Include:

  • HOURLY IN-HOME CONSULTATION
  • SPACE PLANNING and FURNITURE LAYOUT
  • INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR COLOR CONSULTATION
  • BUDGETING INTERIOR FURNISHINGS
  • CAD SERVICES and CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SETS
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES
  • SELECTION AND COORDINATION OF INTERIOR FINISHES
  • LIGHTING SELECTION
  • COMPLETE WORKROOM SERVICES, FEATURING CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENTS, RE-UPHOLSTERY, SLIPCOVERS, BEDDING AND ACCESSORIES
  • CUSTOM SOFAS AND CHAIRS
  • HOME AND CONDO FURNITURE PACKAGES
  • ANTIQUES SOURCING
  • ACCESS TO “TRADE ONLY” RESOURCES
  • ACCESS TO QUALIFIED TRADES
  • LEED CERTIFIED

Questions? Give us a call to chat about your project. 843-238-0078

Whether you are just beginning a home design project, or need finishing touches, designers Layla S. Altman and Kerry Ann Dame have the experience and sources to help you make your dreams a reality.  A fine carpet on bare feet; a chair that fits you just right; or the simple satisfaction of a home that has substance as well as style.  That’s Posh Living.

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  1. Traci says:

    Hi-I was wondering if valance curtains look okay with windows with transom’s? What do most people do? I was thinking about hanging the curtain and rod between the transom and the window. It’s for a baby nursery so I didn’t really won’t to hang long panel curtains. Any suggestions, pictures?

    Thanks,
    Traci

  2. Kerry Ann Dame says:

    Dear Tracy,
    Depending on the type of room, the curtain rod can go just below the transom, which is nice with very high ceilings to create a cozier feel. Or, you can put it all the way up at the top for a formal look. If you are using a valance alone, you’ll want to balance the proportions of the valance to the space – one rule is to have the valance length be one-fifth of its height from the floor, i.e. about 18″ long for a valance 7 feet off the floor. If your valance can be this long without blocking too much of the window, go ahead and hang it below the transom. It could be a bit shorter in a child’s room, it wouldn’t look too skimpy at 16″ long; but in any other room you’ll want it longer.
    We have some valance pictures on our Flickr page if you would like examples.
    Best of luck with your project!

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