Coralberry Cottage, Mount Pleasant’s premier source for coastal casual furnishings, is getting ready to celebrate their 10-year anniversary. But instead of planning a big bash, partners Melissa Hempstead, Liz Baker and Rutledge Carter are working on something even more exciting: a construction project.
Though they’ve enjoyed operating out of their current space since 2011, they felt it was time for Coralberry Cottage to find a new home, one that would be flooded with light to truly showcase the cozy, stylish furniture and décor they’re known for. That’s exactly what their new location at 1135 Chuck Dawley Boulevard will offer – at least, it will after they’ve put their expert design skills to work perfecting the space. The Coralberry Team is known for having impeccable taste and offering comprehensive design services to their clients either free of charge in-store or for a small fee on-site. They can assist with anything, from helping choose the perfect fabric for a piece of furniture to coordinating paint colors with chosen pieces — even collaborating on architectural plans to ensure rooms flow properly with the desired furnishings.
The construction on their new space is taking a bit longer than expected, as are most construction projects these days, due to Covid-related building supply shortages. In the meantime, they are busy searching for a temporary home to display their many slipcovered sofas and chairs, warm wood cabinets, tables and sideboards and a wide array of rugs — the majority of which are crafted in the United States.
For more information and updates on their temporary location, visit coralberrycottage.com.