Currently, a lot is going on at KCL-IDESIGN, LLC, but as always, I am continually grateful! However, I did come to the notion that I need to pour my heart and soul out through my posts. I see it as an avenue to share endless inspiration, whether through design, travel, personal, or business. Even though I love being an interior designer, there is so much more to me than meets the eye. Moreover, when I speak about my blessings, I exude extreme gratitude on how grateful and appreciative for the opportunities that are put in my path daily.
Also, I love the meaning behind the word gratitude, which states “the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.” So, with having a creative mindset, it is only fair that I share with the world the fantastic experiences that I continually receive from the Greatest Designer Ever – God! With that said, one of the most significant projects of my career, which is The Reserve at Lake Keowee, has kelp me on my toes. Recently, I was on site, and everything is coming together beautifully.
It is funny because, with this design project, I have made a lot of the final decisions, God knows that I have learned a thing or two about patience. Designing a custom-built home is on an entirely different level, which takes extreme patience. During this walk-through, as the client and I are going through different areas of the house to see the completed work, I am in total awe at the custom stairs (Photo 5). The bull-nosed tread resembles the bottom of an elegant evening gown flowing with a long-flared trail.
The custom stairway was designed, especially for the client. They extend to all levels.
This stairway leads to the second level.
This stairway leads to the lower level.
IMAGES: Photos taken by Kimberly C. Lyons and are the sole property of KCL-IDESIGN, LLC.