Comfort is perhaps the ultimate luxury.
- Long Cove Club - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Interior design is about comfort, perception, space planning, expectations, code requirements, appropriateness, traffic patterns — sinew. Only after those criteria have been met is interior design about color and fabrics, window treatments, furniture and lighting, accessories — beauty. In the club world, it is also about tradition, history and reverence to place.
Chambers also understands that beauty and tradition need a solid foundation to work.
A beautiful or handsome room lifts the spirits. The “muscle” and foresight underneath gives interior design longevity, makes the space function and last, and inspires for generations. Chambers holistic approach — from planning to architecture, interior design to purchasing and installation — ensures the foundation is as strong as the surface design.
This is our stock in trade — the thread through our more than a century at work.
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