Room Renderings for Charleston Home Magazine

2 Dec

Charleston Home to cover the Designer Showhouse

“We are again delighted to cover the Symphony Designer Showhouse on the pages of our Spring/Summer issue of Charleston Home, and this year it’s sure to be better than ever. The most important thing to keep in mind is that +40,000 readers will view your work in our magazine, so it’s important that your submissions to us are as high quality as they can be.”
– Ellen McGauley, Editor Charleston Home www.charlestonmag.com.

Back in Maine, we are now in the process of gathering a package (a box, really) of materials for the magazine with fabric swatches, color chips and images of select pieces of furniture with a complete description of each room and where each piece will be located within the rooms – all for editorial and magazine photography purposes. We are decorating the entire house, so we’ve chosen 5 rooms to highlight: Living and Dining, Family Room, Master Bedroom, Study and a Child’s Bedroom. They will be accompanied by hand painted renderings by local Maine artist Laurie Hadlock. Needless to say, it’s quite a process!

Room Renderings by Artist Laurie Hadlock

Local Maine Artist Laurie Hadlock is drawing and painting the rooms. As soon as we have them, we will share them. Knowing Laurie’s work, they will be BEAUTIFUL.

Outside of studio painting, Laurie has helped create marketing materials for Maine Cottage for over 15 years. The advertisements, brochures, catalogs and website have included some of her artwork, including paintings, drawings and photographic styling. Laurie works mainly in oils, but also enjoys watercolor, gouache, acrylic, collage and b&w photography.

more about Laurie: www.lauriehadlock.com

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