For a family with five kids, Charleston decorator Angie Hranowsky fashions a wildly hip vacation home on South Carolina’s Kiawah Island where traditional style meets peak ’80s chic — and everything is kissed with bold, sunny color.
DINING ROOM: ACCENTS
In the dining room of a South Carolina beach house, Charleston-based designer Angie Hranowsky paired her client’s 1920s wallpaper panels with curtains in a modern abstract print, Porter Teleo’s Silk Scarf.
Antique dining chairs are upholstered in a Kelly Wearstler fabric for Groundworks. The dining table is vintage McGuire, and the chandelier was found at Antiques of South Windermere.
Roman shades and curtains in Porter Teleo’s Tangled lend a graphic note to the breakfast room. The chairs are vintage Paul McCobb, and the Ingo Maurer chandelier can be personalized by clipping mementos to its many arms.
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