Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Coastal Fog & Signature Jordan Interior Design

Through college until I graduated, I had the extreme privilege to work with a very old family friend with her interior design business.  Jordan, an interior design ECU alum has quite the talent ya'll (sorry, I said it Jordan) Our families have been friends since nearly the beginning of time and throughout my days at Coastal Fog, they really became family.

Coastal Fog is the retail shop of Signature Jordan Interior Design. There, I assisted with purchasing, attending markets, and helping with projects. It was a tremendous experience that I will be forever grateful for.  I highly recommend to anyone stopping through the area to browse this quaint little shop nestled in the heart of downtown Greenville ( I can promise you won't leave empty handed, I never do) ;-)   The shop carries brands such as Voluspa, Lollia ( a favooorite of mine), Archipelago, Roost, Kalalou, Design Legacy, Simpatico Candles, Caldrea, the list could literally go on and on and on and on, well, you get the idea.  Jordan is amazing to work with and can even take orders over the phone if you are searching for that perfect gift! 

Here are a few of my shop favorites:

Voluspa Suede Blanc Candle

Design Legacy Throw Pillows

Lollia Bubbling Bath & Hand Creme

Simpatico Candle

Ceramic Tealight Lotus Flower (the PERFECT hostess gift!)  

Jordan is an amazingly talented designer.  Whether your project is a bathroom flip or an entire house, she is the gal for you.  She has a serious knack for getting to know your personal style and being able to incorporate it effortlessly into your home.

Here are just a couple before and afters:

Dated Powder Room Before

Fabulous French Design. Faux finish on the vanity really brings it to life. And check out that wallpaper. To die for.

Jordan's Greenville cottage before her summer overhaul.

I don't think any real caption is needed other than absolutely adorable.  

Be sure to check out her blog to keep up with all of her newest projects and products at the shop!

Happy Wednesday!



1 comment

  1. I was slow at CAD, I was not well versed in deciphering building codes, and the worst part, assigned to work full time with a designer who I did not meet during my interview and to put it mildly, was not a good fit for. surrey interior experts services