An Art-Driven and Color-Splashed Redesign

The master bath is a mix of old and new, patina and polish, rugged and sleek.

Mitchell and Hill were essentially tasked with starting from scratch. Within days of taking on the project, they ventured out on a whirlwind two-day buying trip to New York, scooping up most every item for the house in one fell swoop. The trip allowed the designers to incorporate brands like Baker, Roche-Bobois, Schumacher, McGuire, and Knoll—lines otherwise hard to come by in Charleston—into the high-impact, Parisian pied à terre-inspired abode.

One request the client insisted upon was a hint of animal print in every room—from the snakeskin-patterned drapes in the library to the blue leopard-print chaise in the bedroom. “She also wanted influences from every continent,” Mitchell elaborates, pointing to the library’s zebra rug, the dining room’s Italian chairs, and the living room’s French-influenced daybed.

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