Story by Micaela Arnett / December 7, 2022

Named after the historic Cooper and Ashley Rivers, two of 82 Queen’s updated dining rooms are totally palm springs adjacent with a bright pink and green color palette and their swanky visual appeal.

Photography by Callie Cranford

Brothers and owners, Jonathan and Patrick Kisch commissioned these dining room remodels by Charleston Property Renovations and hired interior designer Candice Hilse to create contrasting but cohesive design schemes.

Jean’s Custom Workroom outfitted both spaces with custom, restaurant-friendly window treatments and drapery that complement the two distinctly different wallpapers selected by Candice.

Gold french return hardware by Le Fer Forge adds an element of cohesion between both rooms. 

The Cooper Room 

Jean worked to find a matching performance fabric for the bottom of the drapes, as she recommends this for restaurants and other public spaces for durability and easy stain removal.  

Mind the Gap Wallpaper installed by Glenn Cooper Services, LLC

Sconces by Rick’s Lighting 

Artwork on loan by John Carol Doyle’s Gallery

Drapes made with Kravet Fabric in Zoo Garden and Mcconnel Grass

Performance Fabric by Fabric Hut

The Ashley Room

Paint Color Sherwin-Williams ‘Possibly Pink’ + Graham and Brown Wallpaper 

Lotus Leaf Chandelier by Ballard Designs 

Millwork by Jones Custom Millwork conceals a not-so-aesthetic restroom entrance. 

Reserve your next dining experience at 82 Queen when you call (843) 723-7591.

For more information about custom window treatments, visit 

Photography by Callie Cranford