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Charleston, South Carolina
Opened in 2016, The Dewberry Charleston is a collaborative restoration, envisioned by owner John Dewberry, that took eight years to bring together in the mid-century former L. Mendel Rivers Federal Building. It’s an attractive space from the get-go with lime-washed brick, vintage marble, and metalwork embellishing the canopy and rooftop spaces. Inside, mid-century lines and curves are apparent in the furniture carved from polished cherry, mahogany, oak, and walnut woods and finished with plush fabrics. The wood is echoed in the flooring, especially the decorative parquet floors in The Ballroom, where cast brass, crystal chandeliers and troweled plaster ceilings also vie for attention. Also notable: The Gilded Age opulence in the Swanston Room, which features 22 hand-painted panels plated with silver, pewter, and 22-carat gold.
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