In a time when our homes have become our refuge , design professionals are an invaluable resource to help you achieve the desired impact for an individual room or for your entire home.
My talent and expertise can change your life by assisting you in creating an environment where you will be most productive, creative and inspired.
A common myth is that designers are an unnecessary expense when planning your design project. Actually I can save you thousands of dollars in one room by preventing costly mistakes. I am trained to recognize what your home needs. Proportion, balance, color, texture and product quality are all essential to a successful design project and a beautiful home.
Lighting, for example, when properly selected and installed, can transform the entire setting of a room. The right color choices and combinations can make or break the spirit of a room. My job is to guide you in making important decisions to ensure that the end result is a polished reflection of your style, your dreams and your vision.
Rose quartz is the 2016 Pantone color of the year, a chalky subtle pink and was embraced as the new neutral for 2016. It works well with grey and is a beautiful background for artwork, furniture and accessories.
Warmer darker shades with a palette based on deep Victorian reds and elegant Georgian blues are also gaining popularity.
Statement wall-coverings and fabrics influence by the tropics appear to be making a comeback.
Combine bold patterns on cushions, rugs and pillows with textures or glazed linen fabrics for an attractive updated option.
Bringing nature into your home has been a strong trend for 2016. Add plants and create eclectic interiors that welcome guests and family with candlelight, textures and your own sense of style. The trend for unique accessories along with well made timeless furnishings supporting small artisans will continue to grow.
Golds, brass and warm metal accents have emerged again creating a warm affluent appeal.
Creating Geometric back-splashes in kitchens and baths in neutral three dimensional pattern is a very stylish and popular look. Combine stone and glass tiles to accent the new
black appliances . Choose faucets in black and gold accents along with textured stone is an attractive alternative to stainless steel.
Amazing and innovative technology controlled by phone apps is the new future to be discussed at a later date.
You will not believe what I can accomplish in just one hour.
Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, Primary Residences and Resort Design
Kitchen and Bath Renovation
Let me help you decide the perfect décor.
Mindy McVay, ASID, founded her full-service design firm in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with her philosophy “real life-real style.” Specializing in transitional design, Mindy McVay Interiors is known for sophisticated, traditional decor with a fresh twist and a reflection of her client’s personality.