Interior Renovation for The Gotel

Each cottage in The Gotel is unique in style and floorplan. This particular unit has a rustic loft aesthetic unlike your traditional downtown Charleston interior which made designing this space all the more exciting.  The shades of blue in the wood paneled walls serve as inspiration for the color and material palette found throughout the space. The color, fabrics and slim silhouettes of the furniture serve to both complement and contrast the powerful material palette of wood, concrete and iron. 

Photography by Amanda Greeley

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In true fashion of a micro-home, every space has a dual purpose. This seating area serves as both the entry to the home and entry to the basement. Underneath the rug, a hidden trap door opens up to a subterranean laundry room. For this reason, the furniture and floor plan of this room had to be flexible and lightweight, allowing for a quick and easy access to the basement.
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A custom bed with built in storage was constructed in order to maximize floor space while creating the feeling of a cozy alcove for sleeping.
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