- Monday, 11 July 2016 18:43
Courtney Jacob Harmon graduated from Appalachian State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design. Before moving to Charleston, Courtney worked in Greenville for Carolina Furniture and Interiors helping clients with her design expertise in room layouts, treatments, light fixtures, and custom furniture.
In Charleston, Courtney furthered her knowledge in flooring and kitchen and bath design before beginning with Southeastern Galleries. She appreciates detail, and understands that a client has his or her own unique taste, and that it should be exemplified in their home with every added feature. From a small to large scale project, anything from designing a single room to full home specifications, she’s ready with just the right touch and she will appeal to your taste.
In her own home, she loves to blend a rustic feel with an elegant finish. With two boys, her husband, Hal, and 4 month-old son, little Hal, she’s learned to appreciate the beauty in deer antlers. As a passionate designer, she would love to be a helping hand in making your home what you always wanted.
Courtney can be reached in the showroom or via email
- Thursday, 03 September 2015 16:03
Brittany Bowser, originally from the upstate, relocated to Charleston in 2015. She graduated from the Art Institute of Charleston in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Arts in Interior Design. After graduating from design school, Brittany moved to Greenville to work for a design firm and retail showroom. After a few years in the upstate she deeply missed the city of Charleston that she fell in love with in college. She is so happy to call Charleston home, again.
Brittany loves nothing more than expressing her creativity. Her passion for creativity can be found in her canvas painting, floral arranging as well as event design; however, residential design is what she loves best. Brittany has experience with a range of different projects, anywhere from selecting a color story for your space all the way to building a home from the ground up. Her goal as a designer is to create a home for her clients that is built around their personal style and is space all their own. Each client is different, therefore each project should reflect that.
Lover of the fast-pace ever changing world of design, Brittany truly enjoys all aspects of interior design. Her passion stems from her love of beautiful architecture and stunning interiors. And what better place to pratice that passion than Charleston, SC. She prides herself on her attention to detail and the functionality of a space. Working closely with clients and creative problem solving makes every day a new and exciting adventure.
Brittany can be reached in the showroom or via her email BrittanyB@southeasterngalleries.com
- Friday, 26 June 2015 07:19
Nathaniel King has been practicing interior design for 29 years and has had the privilege to complete projects throughout the United States and Canada. Projects include residences in Vancouver, Calgary Toronto, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand. Award winning projects include residences at “The Regent” (Chicago’s Magnificent Mile) and “The Courtyards” at Punahou in Waikiki, Hawaii.
Nathaniel holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from The College of Visual and Performing Arts at Radford University. While an adjunct faculty member at Virginia Tech (VPI) and Radford University he sat on various foundations, boards, and councils for excellence, ethics, and accountability for designer/ client relations.
As a thorough interviewer, Nathaniel ensures your needs are understood and addressed to accommodate both function and style. Services include client interview, evaluation, inventory, scaled drafting, presentation, and accessorization. Please contact him to schedule an appointment while he is accepting new clients.
- Friday, 26 June 2015 07:11
David Huckabee is a Charleston native with 30 years of design experience, both commercial and residential. He enjoys getting to know his clients so that he can make their home perfect for them.
In his spare time, David enjoys snow skiing, biking and gardening.
- Friday, 26 June 2015 07:00
Joe Meyers, a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, joined Southeastern Galleries in 2002. Joe is experienced and knowledgeable of all aspects of residential and commercial floor covering. Whether it is hardwood, wall-to-wall carpet or custom rugs, Joe works with clients and designers to best match lifestyle and budget needs with the perfect style, texture and color.
Southeastern Galleries has a fantastic selection of Brands and Styles to complement any room and meet every budget. A sampling of major brands offered include: Karastan, Masland, Stanton, Nourison, Fabrica, Dixie Home, Shaw, Tuftex, Prestige Mills, Concepts International, Wunda Weave, Design Materials, Fibreworks, Radici, Robertex, Hartco, Armstrong, Aladdin, Horizon, Durkan, Bigelow and more.
Ann Marie DeMars
- Friday, 26 June 2015 06:57
Charleston Interior Designer – Ann Marie’s passion is in meeting the design challenges from construction to finishing touches whether it’s a room, dream home or dream yacht. Her philosophy is that interior design is a collaboration between designer & client with the ultimate goal of blending your favorite pieces with today’s classic looks that will withstand time.
Her ability to listen and tailor her client’s individual needs makes her a perfect liaison linking architects, builders and remodelers to make your personal paradise a reflection of who you are.
She was raised in Chicago, moved to Charlotte, and was a designer at two highly acclaimed furniture galleries in Wisconsin and Baltimore. Her experience of diversified lifestyles from living in the Midwest and along the east coast credits her ability to design for clients throughout the US.
Ann Marie’s first degree is in accounting from College of DuPage in Illinois, however, while working for a Custom Home Builder she learned her real enjoyment came from planning and designing with the homeowner. She then earned her degree in Interior Design from Fox Valley College in Wisconsin.
Sailing is also a passion of Ann Marie & her husband. They took a year’s sabbatical and followed a dream. Ann Marie skippered their 42’ sailboat from Baltimore down the ICW to Florida while her husband installed the new interior she designed. They then sailed to the Bahamas. It was a trip of a lifetime with amazing adventures and unforgettable experiences.
Ann Marie is now happy to call Charleston her home.
She is especially excited about the extensive offering of quality furniture lines at Southeastern Galleries. Ann Marie can be reached either at the gallery or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Southeastern Galleries – A Premier Charleston Furniture Store
Trudie Cooper Krawcheck
- Friday, 26 June 2015 06:56
Charleston Interior Designer -Trudie Cooper Krawcheck received her education at Agnes Scott College and the College of Charleston. After graduating, she became associated with Southeastern Galleries and is one of the more senior members of the firm.
Whether it is new construction, including all architectural specifications for the interior, or home renovation, Trudie tends to be involved in many details on the client’s behalf. She feels this is important to ensure beautiful results that accurately reflect the client’s taste.
In addition to this work with complete homes, she also does an equal number of fill-ins, add-ons (specific rooms), and accessorizing. Appointments are recommended.
Trudie can be reached either at the store or via email at email@example.com
Southeastern Galleries – A Premier Charleston Furniture Store
ABOVE: Rooms Designed for Clients on Kiawah Island.
ABOVE: Ottoman designed with Trina Turk Fabric Collection. The Pillows fabric is from Mary McDonald Collection from Schumacher.
- Friday, 26 June 2015 06:42
Randolph Cooper, a Charleston native, had a very early interest in design. Being of the fourth generation of the Southeastern Galleries family, he was familiarized with the rewarding experience of helping the families of the Southeast complete their homes. He was inspired most of all by the influence of his great-grandparents, and he endeavors to continue their legacy. He hopes to model himself after his grandparents, in particular their humility, as well as their commitment to the Catholic Church, family and community.
Randolph studied at the college of Charleston, as well as abroad. In Randolph’s world travels he has been inspired by aesthetics of European and Micronesian design. While being exposed to foreign cultures, he only continued to grow in his appreciation for the uniqueness of Charleston. When not at work he can be found on the water, sailing or cruising the harbor with cocktails. Randolph pours himself into local events, enjoying Spoleto, Charleston Wildlife and Food and Wine.
Randolph’s favorite aspect of working at Southeastern Galleries is working hands on with clients, who quickly transition from acquaintances to friends. Randolph approaches each new project with wonderful enthusiasm and vigor. He has worked all over the coast, from Kiawah, to downtown, to Edisto. He feels no job is too big or too small, whether it is searching for the perfect end table to complete the nearly finished room or working from the clients floor plans from the ground up.
- Friday, 26 June 2015 06:18
Rick joined Southeastern Galleries in the early 1980′s after receiving his BS in Business from The Citadel, his MBA from the University of South Carolina and several years with Milliken Textile Mills. His textile training inspired him to become an expert in rugs, carpets and fabrics.
Rick and his wife of 30 years share their world with 3 sons and a beautiful daughter-in-law. When Rick is not working, he can be found on the golf course with his best friend, mentor and spiritual counselor, Bishop T or playing with his granddog, George.