With every new year comes new trends in interior design styles, patterns, and colors. If you can’t escape the dream of giving your Myrtle Beach home a fresh lease on life, 2018 is your year to make that dream come true with rising trends that are sure to last!
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This custom oceanfront home in North Myrtle Beach was designed to create a luxury vacation home with plenty of room for large gatherings, inviting spaces for relaxation and recreation. The exterior of this 7 bedroom, 7.5 bath three story raised beach home features Fiber Cement James Hardie siding in a coastal blue color with and brick accents.
The CRG construction and design team completely restored this Surfside Beach condo into a like-new, sophisticated space with luxury upgrades. It's location along the Atlantic shore made this condo already special, but following this major CRG renovation, its true charm is revealed.
A custom design crafted by the CRG team, this 954 sqft addition was dreamed up by the homeowners to provide them with a separate den for entertaining, relaxing and exercising. Our team designed a beautiful space that expanded the existing home to include a mixed-use room with custom built-in cabinetry, a gas fireplace, wet bar, extra storage, a full bathroom, and a outdoor patio creating a private space for the family to enjoy the fresh air and moderate temperatures Myrtle Beach is known for year-round.
For a lot of people, owning a pet is like having another family member. Pet owners must consider their animals when choosing fabric, flooring and other decorative options for their Myrtle Beach home. But this doesn’t mean you have to compromise your sense of style. Though “pet-friendly” and “interior design” seem contradictory concepts, they don’t have to be.
This three floor oceanfront home in Garden City, South Carolina defines coastal living. Our design and construction team worked with these homeowners to create a primary residence with unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean that would be suitable for a family lifestyle. Many of our oceanfront homeowners, be it a primary residence or investment property, look for ample entertaining space to accommodate guests as well as outdoor living space to maximize their prime location. They also look for durable finishes inside that can withstand frequent visitors and exteriors that can withstand the harsh coastal elements. All of which were achieved with style for this luxury home!
This Myrtle Beach oceanfront home, originally built in 1992 as the retirement home for General Hackler, recently underwent a complete remodel. The CRG team updated the design and repaired structural issues during the renovation, while maintaining the original footprint and modern style of the home design.
When considering redecorating or remodeling your Myrtle Beach home, especially for a oceanfront or beach rental, you will want to invest in materials and pieces that are trendy yet timeless to maintain your investment. At CRG Companies, our design team constantly works with our vendors to stay current with styles that will not only make an impression today, but stand the test of time. With the new year we bring you new home design trends along with tips that will help you determine the best trends that fit your style.
This recently completed Myrtle Beach home designed and constructed by the CRG team began as a renovation project. Like many, especially on new home purchases, once the remodel work begins issues arise that are impossible to detect ahead of the project. Often these unforeseeable problems make renovations more expensive and cumbersome than a new construction home. For this 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath beach home, our team quickly realized that the original home was poorly constructed and building new would be a more viable option for the homeowners.
Our CRG Construction team recently completed this beautiful remodel featuring a screened porch addition for a home in The Bluffs on the Waterway, in Myrtle Beach. Affording the homeowners three seasons of comfortable outdoor living and entertaining space, this room was specially designed by our team to seamlessly match the rest of the homes existing exterior with stucco walls inside and out. To maintain the original two story living room, our team replaced several windows for ones that fit the design better for optimal views. Walls of screened Eze Breeze windows, a beadboard ceiling, two ceilings fans with light kits, and exterior coach lights amplify the design details of this renovated outdoor living space. Eze Breeze…