Friday, July 22, 2011

Red Element Design Studio












I am sure you are all glued to your screens devouring these images! This gorgeous Kiawah Island home designed by Rebekah Carter of Red Element Design Studio and photographed by Michael Costa is positively dream-worthy. The Old World European charm mixed with modern touches gives the home a luxurious but laid back look that I am loving. Call me crazy, but I could just eat up all those fabulous windows. What a treat to have French doors in the bedroom opening up to an infinity edge pool overlooking a big pond! Oh my! Read about the home and see more images at Charleston Home + Design! Have a wonderful weekend!!!

21 comments:

Liz K Zook said...

Thank you for sharing all of the beautiful home decor that you share.
My brain just slowly soaks it all in.
I'm a new reader, but am very much enjoying your beautiful blog.

Amanda said...

This totally makes me want to get out a gallon of gloss black paint and go to town on all my window frames & doors!! LOVE!!

Sing said...

The ottoman with the pillows, so cozy and clever.

Forever Lovely said...

I visited Kiawah Island a couple years ago and it is such a beautiful place. Gorgeous home in a dream location!

-Heather

Lisa - A Room with A View said...

Great pics! spent last week in Kiawah Island and saw some beautiful homes. I love the woven ottomans and the amazing roman shade fabric

D.L. Rhein said...

I absolutely love the contrast of the trim color and the drapes on the French doors! Gorg! Having an infinity pool overlooking a big pond is nice too!

Roseanna said...

We have been going to Kiawah Island for over 23 years. It is my favorite place to vacation and we have stayed in some very beautiful homes. I just love the black painted windows in this one!

Sizzle and Zoom said...

I love the luxury of a beautiful overstuffed chair in the bathroom. The dining room is elegant and unique in its elegance.

Kim-Marie Evans said...

I have loved your site forever, I'm redesigning mine and came here for inspiration.
I was looking at this post thinking, that's exactly the house I want to build...then realized that it has to be in Cassique where we've just started building.
I'm going to look up Red Element Design...it was meant to be.
And thank you for the fab pictures and inspiration every time I log in.

MissBliss said...

what a nice variation on the white french doors!

Love those window treatments (patterned)...

would love advice on a color!


http://chocolateshoesandcoffee.blogspot.com/2011/07/repurposing-your-vote-on-color.html

xo xo from Miami Beach

Chelsea said...

Beautiful! That bathroom is to die for!

Karen Joy said...

I so love the headboard! Thanks for the lovely pictures!

Eli D. said...

I´ve seen many beautiful houses in my life and I have to say that this one is one of the most beautiful and stylish. It´s just stunning. It´s so bright and spacious. This decoration has everything: taste, cosiness and utility.

Raquel said...

This is so elegant. I love the spacious kitchen counter tops!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

I always love your blog and your posts! This house is great but the black windows and doors are wonderful nd make the house shine
Cheers
Jamie Herzlinger

Vicki Smith said...

Such a soothing palette!

Meredith Sledge said...

Just found your blog and I'm officially obsessed. Turquoise is by farrrrr my favorite color. Oh gosh. I'm going to spend all night on here.

Anonymous said...

So you are obsessed with the color turquoise.... I think you'll love this collection of doors: http://www.sigegold.com/collezioni_porte_det_eng.asp?IDProdotto=110
Let me know

Susan said...

Dining room seems great ,the big round mirrors on the sink fit perfect ,Good photography!

Susan said...

Learning from this that either one should have such a beautiful interiors or one should not have it at all , neighbors envy , owners pride , love the beauty of interiors and furniture.

donna said...

this is one of the best ones i have ever come across on my entire surfing history of 12 years ,i an impressed!

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