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Market Report: March 2017

Market Report: March 2017
March 2017
Spring doesn’t officially start until March 20th, but we’re already looking to lush greens and botanical prints

During a four-year stint living and working in St. Kitts, Allison Elebash—an interior designer now based in Mount Pleasant—learned a thing or two about décor with tropical vibes. Here, she dreams up a dining room complete with fresh foliage, coastal artwork, and blossoming textiles. Inside, at least, things are already heating up!


“Hampton” large pendant by Aerin, $1,050 at Circa Lighting

“Birds” by Galbraith & Paul, $139/yard at Fritz Porter

“Vera” dining table by Noir, $2,136 through Allison Elebash Interior

Hand-spun jute braided rug by Celadon, $679 at Celadon

19th-century Louis Philippe mirror by Liz Spradling Antiques, $4,200 through Allison Elebash Interiors

Whooping Cranes in Reeds II (graphite on paper, 46" x 56.5") by Judith Vivell, $6,800 at Ann Long Fine Art Gallery

Fiddle-leaf fig $45-$400 at Hyams Garden Center

“Loop” dining chairs by Bungalow 5, $645 each through Allison Elebash Interiors; “Diva” by Halsey & Spruce, $198/yard at Fritz Porter


Allison Elebash


Who she is: Owner and principal designer of Allison Elebash Interiors, a firm based in Mount Pleasant with clients throughout Charleston and the Caribbean

Where you’ve seen her work: Coastal Living, and Charleston

On what inspired this look: ““While living in St. Kitts, I‘d fill my house with banana leaves, bougainvillea, and other greens cut from the garden. Now I bring something green to every room I design, whether it’s a potted fiddle-leaf fig, cut palm leaves, or simple fresh flowers.“”

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