Interior Design Photos for Sandy Ericksen

Sandy Ericksen is one of those people who just has a gift! She has a discerning eye, a keen sense of color, and an innate understanding of what fabrics and materials work in harmony together. I love how she can take a space with four walls and a few windows, and turn it into a warm and inviting home!

It was a pleasure working with Sandy to capture a few shots from some of her more recent projects on Daniel Island, Edisto, and James Island this week.  Check her out at

Sandra Ericksen Design

Sandra Ericksen Design is one of my all-time favorite interior designers in Charleston. I’ve been working with her for years! Her creativity, the vibrant colors she uses, and the tasteful yet unique style of her designs are always so beautiful. Plus Sandy is just a wonderful person and so much fun to work with!

Sandy has been repeatedly invited back as a contributor to the CSO Designer Showhouse. This year’s Designer Showhouse, which is sponsored by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra League, is the historic Fitch-Rivers House. The home was constructed circa 1883 as a classical Charleston Single house in historic Radcliffeborough. The property was previously owned by the Lucas family, rice planters who built the West Point Rice Mill on the Ashley River.

I enjoyed photographing Sandy’s room in this beautiful old home across from the MUSC campus. If you get a chance, I highly recommend a visit once they re-open for tours after the COVID-19 threat has passed.  And check out more of Sandy’s amazing talent at

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Sandra Ericksen Design

After first falling in love with of interior design while studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, Sandy and her family returned to Charleston. She opened her boutique interior design firm over a decade ago, and has been beautifying people’s homes ever since!

It’s been a distinct pleasure of mine to work with Sandy over much of that time. I get her vision, and we really seem to “click”. With some clients, it seems to take a little time for us to get into the grove. But with Sandy, it’s always off to the races as soon as we start. 🙂

Last week, Sandy & I had an awesome time photographing a couple of her beautiful projects! It’s always fun to see where her creativity goes…