Our client’s library/office with rolling ladder so he can access all of his collections of books. We repurposed this room- it used to be a closet and I insisted on saving the Antique Heart Pine ceiling. Now it’s his cozy den with Moroccan rug, down sofa, custom desk, Edelman pebbled leather chair. What I wouldn’t give to have a rolling ladder and library wall! We’re doing a ton of libraries right now-I’m hoping that means people are holding onto precious books instead of going totally digital. Photo by Chris Edwards. . . . #library #amyvermillioninteriors #interiors #interior #design #interiordesign #decor #decorating #books #rugs #desk #cozy #office #custom #inspiration #architecture #ideas #renovation #cabinetry #gentleman #man #southern #traditional #tradition #south #northcarolina
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One look at Laura Casey’s work tells anyone she is a giant among interior designers. Casey founded her firm in New York City in 2003, but moved it to Charlotte four years later. She is nationally licensed: ASID and NCIDQ. Casey studied at Vanderbilt University and obtained her AAS degree from The New York School of Interior Design. From there, she went on to successful terms at top New York firms, such as La Jolie Maison, Terry Sullivan, Cullman & Kravis, and Victoria Hagan Interiors. Her work has been featured in dozens of local and national magazines, such as Woman’s Day, Better Homes & Gardens and Family Circle. Her designs often rely on original artwork. She admits to having a soft spot for French Norman architecture.
Tracie Johnson- has over 25 years experience, with a focus assiting clients with their projects. Tracie is trul…
Donna McKnight Interiors is a successful, full service Interior Design firm with over 30 years experience. As the…
“Our company hired House of Nomad to set up our High Point Showroom for furniture market in April 2017. Both Kelley and Berkeley were very professional and helpful. They kept on budget, shared their views and helped to make it something we were very proud of.
They set each room setting, purchased the accessories and supplied the art. We received numerous compliments from customers and passerby’s. I highly recommend hiring House of Nomad. We will definitely be using them again for markets to come!”
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“We hired Melissa with New South Design to help update a couple rooms in our home because we were putting it on the market to sell. She was so amazing and really kept us in line since we were under a tight budget! She completely understood what we needed, that we didn’t want to go over the top since we were selling our house, but also that we wanted some fresh items to make our look more current.
We were so thankful that we used Melissa because it gave us the confidence to sell and we look forward to using her in our next home we are building! New South Design can handle any job, whether big or small!”
Best of Houzz 2013-2018 Customer Service and Design winner, Dwell by Cheryl seeks to give those who view design… Read More
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Lauren Nicole caught the interior design bug early in life. Her mom, Linda Riddiough, was a professional home decorator during Lauren’s childhood. Today, she serves as her daughter’s Creative & Merchandising Director. Nicole’s philosophy is simple: “It’s all about the customer.” She started the award-winning firm in 2006 in Charlotte, where she now lives. Her client base is focused around Charlotte, Ballantyne, Waxhaw, Weddington, Lake Norman, Lake Wylie, Mecklenburg, and Union Counties. Nicole’s designs are featured in a series called “Design 101” on The Design Network. She has been featured in Today’s Charlotte Woman magazine as one of Charlotte’s Top 7 Designers. Nicole received Charlotte Magazine’s “Best of the Best” Award for Home Accessories, and, in 2013, her projects were featured in Best of Nova Magazine.
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Starr Miller is the National Award Winning Interior Designer & Best of Houzz for 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 & 2013 for Design & Client Satisfaction. The only Nationally awarded and Parsons educated designer in the area, Starr is the principal of her namesake firm. She prides herself on Connecting with Clients, Collaborating with Clients by finding their personal inspiration & bringing it to life with Captivating designs that are timeless & playful. Her work has been featured several times on HGTV’s “Save My Bath” and in many national and local publications. Starr is a regular contributing columnist for Lake Norman Woman magazine. The company focuses on new construction, renovation and 3+ room design projects.
We are a full concept interior design shop in Charlotte, NC and design from floor to ceiling, re-imagining the… See my projects
“Dwell by Cheryl Interiors has done two interior design projects in my home. The first was for my dining room and Cheryl did an initial consult to see what I wanted done for the space. Next, she took lots of photos and created a draft design of what the room would look like with coordinating pieces from wall art to mirrors, the rug, and chandelier.
The room design turned out fabulous, so much so, that we decided to have our next project be a redesign of our family room, foyer, kitchen, and 1/2 bath. Cheryl did a phenomenal job and her attention to detail is superb.
We highly recommend her as she provides A plus service! The Scott Family”
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Jaclyn Ehrlich is a Charlotte interior design company founded in 2009. The company won Best of Houzz for Satisfaction in 2014, 2015, and 2016, as well as several other local design awards for customer service. Jaclyn Ehrlich specializes in full service interior design with specialties in color, space planning, and construction consultations. The company’s designer has received praise for her easy-going personality, helpful recommendations, and patience.
Featured Designers: Melanie Crabtree Address: 241 Normandy Road, Mooresville, NC 28117
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Anne Buresh Interior Design aims to bring relaxation into the spaces she designs. The Charlotte interior design company provides design consultations, room layout designs, color consultations, and aesthetic selections including furniture and fabric. Anne Buresh’s work is featured in Charlotte Home and Garden, The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte Urban Home, Carmel Living, and The Life in South Park. Customers praise this designer for her listening skills, attention to space, attention to detail, and personal touches.
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FallingWater Interior Design uses eco-friendly practices in its designs. The company’s services include space planning, designing for small spaces, and new furnishing shopping. The business also helps home sellers stage their homes for real estate. FallingWater Interior Design’s full-service process starts with consultations with the customer, budget development, project management, schedule coordination, and installations.
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Featured Projects Nicole is especially proud of having designed the Aldie estate in Charlotte in 2015. She highlighted a tray ceiling with warm, brown colors and repeated the brown theme with custom draperies in ivory-brown patterns. The game room featured woven wood shades to prevent sun glare, but also to allow natural light to filter in. For a reading nook, Nicole selected blue fabric in a rope check pattern for side-by-side chairs, to add warmth and coziness. The North Shore Estate in Mooresville – for a family of seven — was given an open concept floor plan with the family room adjoining a large kitchen. A large, round table with a curved bench was perfect to allow the whole family to see each other as they eat. The breakfast area was framed with custom draperies and decked out with upholstered chairs and a textured fabric bench to add style while maintaining the room’s lived-in feel.
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Interiors by ReDesign is an interior design company based in Mooresville founded in 2002. The company provides full-service interior design that includes developing a budget, consulting on colors, choosing furniture and fabric, and managing the whole process. The business also designs window treatments, plans art placement, and offers advice for home staging. Interiors by ReDesign is a member of the Interior Design Society and the National Kitchen and Bath Association and won Best of Houzz for Service in 2016.
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Best of Houzz 2014 – 2019 in Customer Satisfaction and Design – A Full Service Interior Design Firm serving Charlotte, NC. Comfortably Sophisticated for Real Life. At New South Home, we partner with our clients to create and execute customized design plans that focus on their individual family needs and preferred style. Our specialty is creating rooms and homes from blank slates, working hand-in-hand to create sophisticated, but comfortable and functional interiors that will stand the test of time. We provide complete residential interior design that includes furniture layout and selection, paint consultation, custom window treatments and accessories, custom cabinets, small renovation projects, and much more. Our mission is to take the stress and uncertainty out of decorating your home by making it an enjoyable partnership to create a beautiful home that will work for your family’s lifestyle and will stand the test of time. Our customer reviews speak for themselves about the strong relationships we build with our clients to design their dream home. New South Home was named a Top Interior Designer by Charlotte Agenda in 2019 and we have been fortunate to have our work featured numerous times in the Charlotte Observer’s Home and Design section.
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Rosa Dest Interiors uses bold, colorful designs for its Charlotte clients. The company serves residential customers with renovation solutions, new construction design, interior and exterior color consultation, and one-room or whole-house design. Rosa Dest also has 20 years of experience designing dental and medical spaces. The designer won the 2009 Excellence in Remodeling Award for Kitchens from the Home Builders Association of Charlotte and was featured in Charlotte Designs.
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For 15 years, Tammy Coulter has worked with architects, contractors, and homeowners to design interiors and custom homes. Her approach is described as “eclectic.” She is not committed to any one style, believing that this is the way to incorporate the varied visions of her clients. However, she tends to prefer traditional patterns with modern lines and warm color schemes. Because she’s travelled extensively, she has been influenced by designs around the world and tries to weave these ideas into fresh patterns for her clients. Coulter’s projects have been focused on homes throughout Charlotte, Fort Mill, Lake Wylie, Matthews, Myers Park, Huntersville, Lake Norman, and Cornelius. She was the First Place Winner in the 2017 Thermador Kitchen Design Challenge. In 2013, she won Best Interior Design from Charlotte’s Homearama.
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“Christina & Jacqui, Hello! All I can say is WOW!!!!! I love everything you did in our living room. I don’t ever want to leave that room( It was hard to go to work today). I knew that room was blah but didn’t realize how boring it was until you placed all the items in it.
I know I called Jacqui on Friday but wanted to share the story with Christina as well. I was on my way home from work on Friday and received a phone call from my 12 year old daughter. She Said” MOM, Our house is Awesome!!!! It feels like a home now” She said there was art work on the walls and new furniture.
I asked her to tell me what it looked and she said “NO”! You need to come home and see it for yourself. I asked her to at least tell me what was her favorite thing in the room and I got the same response.
I teared up as Caitlynn is not my child to be so excited about these sort of things. She was and is so proud of that room. I did eventually make it home on Friday( I had to pick up my oldest and she was so excited that we had to pick up one of her girlfriends to share the excitement with) We walk in and WOW.
It is so warm and inviting. We all didn’t know what to look at first. Every time we turned around, we would spot something new. Sergey got home late Friday night but he thought he was in the wrong house.
This is a HUGE accomplishment as it takes alot for him to actually like something. I cant thank you enough for the beautiful arrangement you did in my living room. I can officially say it feels like a home.
You two are great at what you do and I am so proud to have had you re-do my living room. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!! Heidi Erdos PS. Caitlynn’s favorite piece is the art on the wall behind the couch.
Carlee loves the piece that the TV is on and the piece in the kitchen. I am still debating as I love all of it. So does Sergey!!! I cant wait to do the downtairs bathroom so it will feel even more complete.
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The designer at Amy Vermillion Interiors has more than 20 years of experience in interior design. The company designs the interiors and exterior paint schemes of private jets and provides interior design services such as space planning, color consultation, custom furniture and upholstery, window treatments, and art procurements. Amy Vermillion is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers and has been featured in The New York Times Magazine, Charlotte Magazine, Southpark Magazine, and Charlotte Home & Garden Magazine.
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DL Design has served customers in Charlotte since 2001. The company serves homes and businesses with color consultations, lighting and fixture selections, floor plans, custom cabinetry, interior renovations, kitchen and bathroom designs, new construction interior design, and project management. The lead designer is a member of the American Society of Interior Design and is accredited by the NCIDQ. Customers have praised the designer’s good listening skills, professionalism, and eye for detail.
We reviewed over 60 of the best Charlotte, NC interior designers and hand-selected the top 20 based on multiple factors including their experience, customer satisfaction, responsiveness, and quality of work. If you’re looking for complete makeover or just a minor update to your home, we’re confident these designers can deliver.
Casual and creative full-service interior design firm located in Charlotte, NC area. Specializing in residential and commercial furnishings, space design, lighting and accessories.
Traci Zeller Designs specializes in fresh, modern designs with a classic touch. The company provides full-service design services and has been featured in Traditional Home, Better Homes and Gardens, Charlotte Home + Garden, Lake Norman, and Domino. Traci Zeller’s applique pillows are sold by retailers across the U.S., and former clients have praised the designer for her open-mindedness, easy going attitude, and straightforward communication.
Leo Dowell is an internationally acclaimed designer specializing in interior and exterior designs requiring… See my projects
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Leslie aims to create comfortable, livable interiors by listening to her clients and making their dreams a… See my projects
Mckelenburg County’s Experienced Design Firm – Best of Houzz 2017-2018
Featured Designers: Starr Miller Address: 19732 One Norman Drive #350, Cornelius, NC 28031
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Dianne Davant founded her interior design firm in 1979 in Blowing Rock, North Carolina. Now celebrating over 30 ye…
Excited to announce that I will be participating in the Hampton Designer Showhouse sponsored by Traditional Home Magazine opening July 23rd! Thank you to my sponsor Woodard Furniture for allowing me the opportunity to participate in this prestigious showhouse! Excited to make new designer friends and work in the Hamptons! @traditionalhome @woodardfurn @kathydwall @tmm.agency #hamptonshowhouse2017 #hamptons @bailschu @louisegaskill
Charlotte’s High-End Commercial & Residential Interior Design Studio
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Annie developed her passion for design and interiors early while running through the antique laden rooms in her gr…
Charlotte Interior Designer Specializing in Uniquely Beautiful Spaces
We believe your home should tell your story; it should be both beautiful and uniquely you. We strive to give each… See my projects
Featured Designers: Cathy Diel Address: 1978 Maryland Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28209
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“I’m a repeat client of Brooke’s. She has designed rooms in my house and my office waiting room. I told her my vision and she made it a reality. Highly recommend.”
Casual and creative full-service interior design firm located in Charlotte, NC area. Specializing in residential a…
We believe your home should tell your story; it should be both beautiful and uniquely you. We strive to give each…
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Traci Zeller came to the interior design field by way of a successful law career, which started when she graduated from the prestigious University of Virginia School of Law and held positions with the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Though she no longer practices law, Zeller uses her legal training to advise clients on how to manage their design projects. Her style is built around the juxtaposition of trendy palettes and crisp lines. She uses patterns to breathe life into neutral color schemes. Twice named one of the 25 Most Stylish People in Charlotte, Zeller is an Associate Member of ASID and an active member of WithIt, an association that promotes women in the home furnishings field. She has appeared on TV and at design industry events, and her projects have been the subject of articles in local, regional, and national home decorating magazines.
Rebecca’s fifteen years of experience as an interior designer will guide you to make choices that work for your… See my projects
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“I think a dream home means something different to everyone but I mostly think the underlying common ground for that is a place where you walk through the door and you feel an overwhelming sense of comfort. My clients love that I listen intently to them; their visions, and their dreams. My job is to translate that to fit the client’s lifestyle and vision for their newly designed home. My clients love the anticipation of the Reveal Day. I have everything set, down to the to the welcoming bowl of nuts on the coffee table that adds southern hospitality and a nod to good health and well-being!!” – Anne Buresh
Starr Miller Interior Design specializes in full-service interior design. The business, based in Cornelius, provides renovation and construction design, kitchen and bath updates, and details such as drapes, furniture, and paint colors. Starr Miller Interior Design won the Interior Design Society’s DotY Award for a Sunroom and Living Spaces in 2012, Honorable Mention for Bath Renovation in 2011, and received the “Best of Houzz – Design” award for 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Featured Projects The Charlotte Observer highlighted Crabtree’s reworking of an 1800-square-foot, two-story townhome in Cornelius. Lime green and fuchsia dominated the color palette to please the client, who loves spring colors. But Crabtree softened the colors by adding deep gray walls and matte gold accents. She reupholstered a wooden arm chair with green and ivory strips, then transformed a bamboos chair into a desk chair by wrapping it in scaled houndstooth. The owner loves art, so Crabtree situated a portrait by a local artist and scenes from a bustling Parisian street over a living room sofa. Decorated ivory plates were strung up in the living room, where ivory wall covers repeated the ivory theme. For a kitchen remodel in Park Crossing, Crabtree mixed up textures and natural fabrics, hanging a jute string over the kitchen island and continuing with jute embroidery on window treatments. Rattan fabric was chosen for the chairs. Neutral colors and classic cabinets ensured the design would last for years.
Remodeling: Whether it’s a kitchen, bathroom, an addition or a whole house, I can use my knowledge of the… See my projects
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Featured Designers: Geri Cruickshank Eaker Address: 512-B North Pine Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
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Lucy and Company, is an interior design firm featured in national and local publications, on-line publications… Read More
“Tara is great to work with. She consolidates all the selections for a clean, organized project. Her designs are customer focused and she is able to work with any budget and style.”
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Laura Casey Interiors has served residential and commercial customers with full-service designs since 2003. The company has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens, South Park Magazine, Charlotte Home & Garden, and Charlotte Magazine. Laura Casey is a member of the NCIDQ and the American Society of Interior Designers.
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Diel Design & Interiors has served Charlotte clients for more than 15 years. The interior design firm gets to know its customers’ lifestyles and tastes before developing an interior design plan that fits within their budget. Diel Design & Interiors has been featured in Luxury Home Magazine for its high-quality work.
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Featured Designers: Tammy Coulter Address: 4631 Nations Crossing Road, Charlotte, NC 28217
We truly believe that everyone should live and work in beautiful spaces that inspires them. Ball & Jacks Designs… See my projects
Evaru is a full-service interior design firm based in the Eastover/Myers Park area of Charlotte, North Carolina. Principal Designers Ashley DeLapp and Lindsey Hayes live and breathe their trade, which is evident in every project. With combined experience of 22 years, the team can meet any design need large or small. They are young, fresh and have tons of ideas for your latest project. With an architect on staff, there is no project too large for Evaru to tackle; specializing in residential and commercial interior design, space planning and renovations. As a ‘best of houzz’ designer, a featured HGTV pro network designer, and most recently a featured designer on Food Network, their experience speaks for itself. With projects both nationally and abroad, great design is accessible no matter where you live. Contact Evaru today to schedule a consultation!
Offering a wide range of innovative, creative services, SDG works independently providing complete design… See my projects
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Full Service Interior Design and Retail Showrooms. At CHD Interiors, our inspiration comes from the client’s… See my projects
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KBN Interiors is a full-service interior design and architecture firm in Charlotte. The business provides new construction services including space planning, conceptual design development, cabinet design, and interior and exterior material selection. The company also provides decoration selections such as rugs, fabric, furniture, custom window treatments, and color consultation.
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“I have enjoyed working with Lauren for the past 3 years. I had just moved into a new home and was excited to really make it my “own”. Lauren has helped me achieve and exceed that goal — we are now working on our third room together.
She is knowledgable, professional and has a keen eye for each individual’s style. I have been impressed with her ability to stay within a given budget and come out with a room that looks like a million bucks.
She is extremely responsive and I appreciate her attention to detail. She makes my “vision” and reality — thank you!!”
Union County’s Award Winning Interior Designer | 4x Best of Houzz
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You do not need new everything to have a happy home. Peace, Christina and Tim lewis
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Featured Projects The Thomas residence clients — who worked in the entertainment industry — were looking for a modern kitchen to fit a busy lifestyle. Eaker opened up the space by replacing a wall with a custom bar island. She then fitted the kitchen with a new ceiling, redesigned a main window, and created a new entrance to the home theater room. The crowning touch was a pantry with a glass door made by laminating an image of celluloid film. For another kitchen redesign in Charlotte, “The Johnson residence,” Eaker showed her expertise with using color to create boundaries. A red wall by the sink was angled to create a visual boundary between the 290-square-foot kitchen and central living space. The “red” concept was continued with a ribbon that started with a ceiling soffit at the island and wrapped through the wall cabinets right down to a red mosaic tile floor. A linear emphasis was established with a white Silestone wrap-around countertop and sliding panels for the new window.
Best of Houzz 2013-2018 Customer Service and Design winner, Dwell by Cheryl seeks to give those who view design assistance as a service that’s out of reach, the help needed to make their place of residence a wonderful place to Dwell.
At Samantha Humphreys Studio, I love to collaborate with my clients and strive to create a design scheme they ador…
A North Carolina native, Annie Fair spent much of her adult life in Los Angeles, California. Annie founded her… See my projects
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Featured Projects A Huntersville client selected Miller to renovate her 4k-square-foot home’s central living spaces, which she felt needed a more contemporary, feminine look. Miller’s solution, written up in The Charlotte Observer in February 2012, started with a scattering of Delft pottery throughout the house. She then replaced large, cushioned armchairs with delicate tables and hand-painted custom-upholstered chairs and even added Pindler & Pidler draperies. A final touch in the entertainment room was to hide a TV behind a wall mirror. Miller’s “elegant pink” redesign of a Huntersville farmhouse added the “wow factor,” according to an April 2012 article in Lake Norman Currents magazine. The custom-built ranch home had a relaxed, traditional country vibe. Miller brought the structure to life with bright floral patterns; a custom Italian chandelier in the dining room; Brunschwig fabrics with custom painted drapes; metal mantles on a brick, wood-burning fireplace; and pink upholstered traditional dining chairs in dark wood.
When translated into any language, the word HOME resonates that which we cultivate in our lives. Whatever home… See my projects
Our architectural design process transforms an owners ideas into reality with an emphasis on aesthetics, comfort, function and the surrounding environment, whether an urban lot or the side of a mountain. Our process focuses on the owners desires and needs with the objective being to create a home that is truly theirs. Design and construction requires depth of experience. Having done 100+ home renovations and/or new homes, we apply that experience, design expertise and sensibilities to every job. We serve the Charlotte, NC region and are licensed in both North and South Carolina. Our process begins with dialogues, discussions and questions, moving to sketching ideas and thoughts to construction drawings and finally construction. From start to finish, we believe that designing your home should be creative and exciting. If you hire us, we expect your full involvement in the project, from the initial discussions through the day you are handed the keys. We do not have one or two meetings and then hide in our studio, create “your” house and return with a finished design. We commit time to you and want you to do the same so in the end, you have your house.
My design philosophy is to marry beauty and function. I enjoy helping my clients to identify and achieve their own…
When Melanie Crabtree founded this Mooresville-based firm in 2002, she wanted people to know that the process of interior design can be efficient and, yes, enjoyable. Since then, she’s brought her full-service design or “use what you have” approach to homes in Lake Norman, Mooresville, Huntersville, Statesville, Cornelius, Davidson, Charlotte, and even the surrounding areas in the Triad of Winston-Salem, Clemmons and Lewisville. Her projects are often featured in the local press, Charlotte Magazine and The Charlotte Observer. She’s a member of the Interior Design Society and has CQRID credentials as a residential interior design professional. She’s also a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association. She was recently honored with the “Best of the Lake Design Completion” award from the Lake Norman Home Builders Association.
Best of Houzz 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017! The team at Kathryn Lilly Interiors is passionate about design and dedicated to creating beautiful spaces. They offer a unique eye that naturally sees past design flaws and is able to envision potential in any given area. They work hard to define each clients individual style and create a plan to bring it to life.
We like to think your home is a reflection of you, your family and your experiences. It’s personal. How do you want to feel when you walk into your home? We want to help you create a space that connects to that feeling and sense of inspiration. We provide the fresh approach to make this happen, working with old and new, layering texture and incorporating uniqueness. House of Nomad (HON) is a full service design studio based in South End in Charlotte, NC, specializing in creating an inspired home and bringing it to life. Not sure where to begin? No problem, we got this.
Owner Amy N. Lee relocated her design business from NYC to the Charlotte area in 2007. She is a professional member of ASID and has over 19 years experience In the field. With extensive knowledge of design, construction and details, Amy strives to create custom interiors to meet all her clients needs and goals. Working side by side with her clients and subcontractors, Artistic Interiors takes pride in creating interiors for any home, style and budget.
Charlotte Leading Interior Design Firm | Best of Houzz 6 Years!
Europa Design provides residential and commercial designs for Charlotte customers. The business’ lead designer has more than 12 years of experience in the industry. Europa Design’s services include consultation, paint selection, furniture and fabric selection, minor room renovations, window treatments, and architectural floor plan decisions. The company also renovates offices and selects furniture and accessories.
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Greater Charlotte’s Elite Interior Designer | 30 Years of Experience
Featured Projects Casey is known for understated elegance. She relied on a neutral palette to dominate a French-styled entryway in a Foxcroft home. The daintiness of the room and furniture was highlighted by gray settee upholstery in pale pink damask fabric next to an ivory cabriole side table. For a new build in Charlotte, Casey’s clients wanted a clean look, which meant no clutter. Casey’s solution, featured in QC Exclusive, was to create visual balance by allowing all pieces to contribute toward the look rather than having one or two to become focal points. That meant a traditional all-white kitchen with a range hood built right into the cabinets. The white and ivory theme continued through the living room with pale curtains, upholstered white chairs paired in front of a fireplace, and a splash of color from a blue sofa placed beneath an abstract painting. In 2011, Casey’s “outside the box” thinking was featured in a Charlotte Magazine article. Clients in Elizabeth wanted a colorful decor to liven up their 100-year-old home and show off their impressive art collection. She relied on lighter shades for walls because the artwork needed a neutral background. Patterns and solids were alternated to achieve balance in color. For a sitting room, Casey decided on matching orange leather armchairs and an ottoman, because the pieces coordinated with the slightly flamboyant sofa pattern. Typical of older homes, the rooms were not large. To create space, Casey added lots of open glass shelves and tubular steel chairs, but chose a wood coffee table for a touch of a simplicity.on
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Featured Projects The remodel for a new Tudor home on Queens Road West in 2015 had to be done in time for the clients to host a Christmas party for their neighbors. Buresh knew the professional clients wanted a chic look that wasn’t overpowering. She added Hickory Chair sofas and a huge gray leather ottoman for a cozy family room. To temper the red paint and bold artwork the owners chose for a billiards room, Buresh added linen drapes and blue-gray rugs with muted designs in other areas. To give the illusion of more space in the dining room, she hung pleated silk curtains extra high, which created lift and brightness. When clients with two young children had just moved from Seattle to the Charlotte area, they wanted a stylish but comfortable abode. A color balance was created when neutral tones were contrasted with deep corals. Highlights were an Italian chandelier, an antique gilded dining room table with nailhead-trimmed chairs, a Greek Key console table, and a gilded glass coffee table with a book about Seattle.
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Charlotte’s Award Winning Interior Designer 2x Best of Houzz!
“I started as an intern in high school at an interior design firm and continued throughout college. During this time I realized the importance of going to design school, developing an understanding of the client and having solid communication skills. Travel, cultural immersion and varying mediums of art inspire my designs.” – Laura Casey
Featured Projects A remodel in Myers Park in 2015 was the subject of a write-up in Charlotte Magazine. The clients, who had used Diel before, wanted their four-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath home built in 1935 overhauled – but not to the extreme. Diel preserved the classic look with wall art, a vintage chandelier, antique gold and muted tones, with dark wood paneling throughout. She chose an open floor plan: the kitchen opening to the family room, which also opens to a screen-in patio with a stone fireplace. A project in Davidson required Diel to design a study for a homeowner to work from home and meet with clients. He wanted it to have a “masculine” touch, so Diel relied on dark navy walls and trim to create a bold style. But she finished the room with a favorite touch, gold antique-rimmed furniture. A bar cart would allow the owner to entertain clients. Rather than choosing a bulky work station, Diel went for a simple desk with a separate but matching file cabinet that created a clean look.
Pheasant Hill Designs provides full-service interior design in Charlotte. The company designs kitchens and bathrooms, manages projects, and renovates and remodels rooms. The lead designer is a member of the local chapter of the Interior Design Society and has more than 15 years of experience in interior design. The company won Homearama’s Best Interior Design Award in 2015 and the 2013 North Carolina Online Reader’s Choice Kitchen Contest.
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Charlotte’s Most Preferred Interior Design Studio I 7X Best of Houzz
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When interior design pro Starr Miller begins a project, she walks through a client’s home looking for clues about their “design puzzle,”: their collections, favorite colors, artwork, etc. This allows her to connect with clients so she can create designs that will personally inspire them. Before founding the firm, Miller had a successful career in merchandising for Fortune 500 retailers. She’s earned a business degree from The University of Alabama and an Interior Design degree from the Parsons School of Design in NYC. She’s been featured on multiple episodes of HGTV’s Save My Bath and writes columns on interior design for Lake Norman Woman magazine. Her work has been featured in national magazines such as New American Luxury and Rug News and Design, as well as The Charlotte Observer and Lake Norman Woman. Miller has won at least 19 awards since 2010, including the Interior Design Society’s Designer of the Year Award in 2012.
Featured Designers: Anne Buresh Address: 2205 Sedley Road, Charlotte, NC 28211
Charlotte Magazine’s “Face of Interior Design” in 2015 and 2016 was Cathy Diel, owner of Diel Design & Interiors. Since opening her firm in 2002, Diel has impressed homeowners throughout the Charlotte metro area with what she calls a “transitional style”: clean lines, bold contrasting colors, and elegant spaces. She and her small team of designers pride themselves on having repeat customers. The success, says Diel, is partly due to her being a working wife and mother herself, which means she understands how families today live, work, and entertain. The firm handles projects ranging from a single room to an entire home renovation. They typically work in Charlotte neighborhoods, but also handle vacation homes throughout the state. Diel’s projects have been featured in Charlotte Home & Garden and Luxury Home Magazine.
Featured Projects “Stunning” is the word most often chosen to describe Vermillion’s renovations, such as one in Foxcroft. Vermillion designed kitchen cabinets to match the home’s beautiful and unusually tall doors, which were decorated in a flat reeded pattern. For cabinet fronts and pulls, Vermillion had round handles forged in Chicago, then found a design to complement the flat reeding detail she found so fascinating. For an elegant sitting room, she put up elaborate chandeliers. Adding another story to the house was not possible, so Vermillion designed a guest room and upstairs den in a loft, decorated with traditional wood ship lap and pocket change. For a living room remodel, Vermillion used different shades of blue in lamps, a rug, and artwork to keep things interesting. To balance a classic oil painting over a mantel, Vermillion placed bold abstract works on each side of the French doors. A custom loveseat was upholstered in linen velvet to mimic the rippling flow of water then topped with cut velvet pillows and embroidered linens.
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Here are the folks we love to follow and like in the Charlotte design community. My latest daydream is to donate my house to have a different designer do each room. The Scoop Showhouse. Wouldn’t that be awesome? I mean for me at least.
Featured Projects For clients who wanted a sophisticated but welcoming remodel of their home after the kids left for college, Zeller reached out for lavender and green tones to brighten up a traditional living room. She added pleats to custom window treatments for a polished look and the appearance of movement. An inviting look was created by adding several seating areas. Shades of blue and cream combined to add a touch of boldness to the master bedroom. An open-concept was added to update the kitchen. Classic, white furniture in the living and keeping rooms was given punch by lively color accents. Carrara marble added elegance to a master bathroom. Clients in Mint Hill wanted to relocate to upper crust Cheval, and Zeller was part of the design team for their home that was to be featured at Charlotte’s HomeArama tour in July 2015. Zeller’s design gave the clients what they wanted: an escape from the hustle and bustle of their daily routines, but still a perfect venue to entertain inside and out. For a timeless look, Zeller chose furniture from the latest Ethan Allen collections, which she called “icons of livable luxury.”
“Contracted to Remodel a small living room into a book lovers library. Very professional and imaginative, gave us much more creative vision then we had already considered. Words cannot describe the “after” look and feel of the room as compared to the “before”.
The moldings, woodworking, finishing & ambience gave it the old world feel we were looking for. Budget and time constraint were well respected. Overall, very satisfied and would highly recommend this firm.
Evaru is a full-service interior design firm based in the Eastover/Myers Park area of Charlotte, North Carolina. … Read More
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Owner Amy N. Lee relocated her design business from NYC to the Charlotte area in 2007. She is a professional membe…
Charlotte Full Service Interior Designer, Best of Houzz 2015 – 2017
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J. Moseley Interiors is a Charlotte interior design firm. The business specializes in full-service decorating, including boat and yacht interior design, outdoor living design, closet design, and kitchen and bathroom remodels. The lead designer has more than 10 years of interior design experience. J. Moseley Interiors won the Angie’s List Super Service Award in 2013 and is accredited by the Better Business Bureau.
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By the time Amy Martineau Vermillion founded her Charlotte firm in 1999, she had already worked for two of Chicago’s most prestigious design firms. Vermillion earned a bachelor’s in interior and environmental design from Illinois State University. She trained at the Foundation for Interior Design Education and Research, a program that emphasizes architecture, fine art, and interior design. Vermillion is an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers. She has developed a reputation for taking on challenging interior design projects throughout the Southeast. Her projects have been written about in The New York Times, Charlotte Magazine, Southpark Magazine, The Charlotte Observer, Front Door Magazine, and Pioneer Press in Chicago. She is active in the Carolinas Chapter Association of ASID. For many of her designs, she takes inspiration from her travels through Europe and the Middle East.
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The award-winning designer at Freespace Design has more than 25 years of industry experience and a history of delighted clients. The Charlotte interior design firm works with local homeowners and businesses and uses a distinctly contemporary European style. Freespace Design remodels kitchens and bathrooms and advises customers on room accessories such as furniture and lighting. Additional areas of expertise include concept design, branding, space planning, material selection, custom cabinetry and furniture design, 3d renderings, color consultation, and home staging.
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Ball & Jacks Designs is a design firm located in Charlotte, NC. The design company was founded in 2015 and fully…
“This architectual firm designed a 750 square foot addition to our house in Charlotte, NC. We worked with John Fryday. He developed three different plan designs for us. Once we selected the design he worked with us to plan all of the details.
In additon he was also very helpful with our discussions with the contractor.”
Best of Houzz 2013-2018 Customer Service and Design winner, Dwell by Cheryl seeks to give those who view design as…
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Featured Designers: Lauren Nicole Address: 11031 Carmel Commons Blvd, Suite 106, Charlotte, NC 28277
Featured Projects Featured in Luxury Home Magazine were Coulter’s designs for a five-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath, 7,085-square-foot French Renaissance Estate at 1001 Colville Road. An entryway tower led to hidden doors in the foyer that ran into a powder room. The gourmet kitchen was equipped with a 48-inch dual-range and built-in refrigerator and freezer, a custom-designed hood and backsplash, and an adjoining pantry. A great room featured a veranda and a fireplace. A Grandfather Home on a wooded site in Foxcroft was a new build that had two master suites and more than 1,000 square feet of entertaining space outside, including a grilling porch, zen room, veranda, and poolscape. The home also featured a theater and wine cellar. Elaborate luxury trim, custom cabinets, shiplap accents, and intricate ceiling textures created a meticulous finish.
“Lucy and Company is an excellent company with incomparable design sense. They have decorated virtually my entire house and each room is completely unique, but they all tie cohesively into a single feel.
They have access to endless vendor options and are always wonderful about incorporating my ideas into the overall plan. I highly recommend this company.”
The lead designer at Lauren Nicole Designs has more than 10 years of interior design experience. The Charlotte firm provides full-service design including space planning, color consultation, custom furniture and upholstery, lighting and window treatments, floor coverings, and accessories. The design firm also assists with new home construction and remodeling projects. Lauren Nicole Designs has earned numerous awards, features, and distinctions awards, including Best of Houzz for Service and Design from 2013 to 2016 and Charlotte Magazine’s best of the Best Award for Home Accessories.
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Charlotte’s Modern, Fresh & Fun Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2018
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Geri Cruickshank Eaker’s clients say that the Scottish-born designer sets the bar high when it comes to bold Euro-modern interiors. Eaker herself says that her distinctly contemporary style reveals a passion for abstract art and detail. The Charlotte-based designer – who once lived in Osaka, Japan — has more than 30 years’ experience in design and photography throughout the United Kingdom, South Africa, Japan, and the US. She opened Freespace Design in 2005. Eaker earned a bachelor’s degree in design and two master’s degrees in design and interior architecture and environmental design from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee in Scotland. She then served for five years as an interior design consultant at Boomerang Design in Shelby, North Carolina. Her work is often featured in local Charlotte business magazines.
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Anita Holland Interiors has served clients in Charlotte and throughout the Southeast for more than 25 years. The interior design company specializes in creating elegant and high-end classical, traditional, and transitional interiors. The business remodels and designs dining rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and living rooms. Anita Holland Interiors’ studio is located just south of Johnson & Wales University in what used to be a cast iron foundry.
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Designers: Traci Zeller Address: 2935 Providence Road, Suite 202, Charlotte, NC 28211
Lucy and Company, is an interior design firm featured in national and local publications, on-line publications and…
Delphinium Design is a design firm located in Charlotte, NC that specializes in a bright, clean, functional yet… Read More
Jacqueline K Interiors is a Charlotte interior design company with expertise in high-end residential, hospitality, and office interiors. Jacqueline K. was the Featured Interior Designer Winston-Salem’s 2015 Parade Of Homes and was featured in the August Success Issue of Today’s Charlotte Woman Magazine. The company is a member of the American Society of Interior Design.
“Core classic, yet timelessly stunning” is how Anne Buresh describes her distinctive decorating style. Buresh got her start in design when a neighbor in the Foxcroft neighborhood in South Park was so impressed with the way Buresh remodeled her own home in that she asked Anne to do the same for hers. From there her design projects started to snowball; that neighbor told another and the next thing she knew, Anne was fully booked. At that point she decided to make a real go at it and opened her firm in 2008. Anne has steadily made a name for herself in Charlotte and the surrounding areas. She has done several high profile projects that have allowed her to not only build on her impressive portfolio but has also gained her the attention in several local publications where she has been featured, including, Charlotte Urban Home, Charlotte Home & Garden, and The Observer. She has two more coming in Charlotte Home & Design and Charlotte Magazine. Fresh Home named her one of the “Best Interior Designers in Charlotte” for 2016. Anne’s passion for her design and her ability to bring out her client’s style within each individual project makes her very unique.
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Mecklenburg County’s Quality Interior Design Services | Best of Houzz
Interior design in the Queen City reflects its traditional Southern heritage, but with a nod to its newfound commercial vibe. The designers chosen here have made it to the top of their profession, largely because they know how to achieve balance in more than just color palettes. They understand the contemporary, urban lifestyle that makes their Charlotte clients tick. The term “full-service” is one they all use. It means they perform at high levels, whether they are suggesting fabric for custom draperies or driving the design choices from a home’s construction phase to its move-in readiness. The following list ranks these design stars by the scope of their design projects, their academic pedigree and awards, and the artistic influences that inspire their creations.
Charlotte Area Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2017
Best of Houzz 2018! Full Service Interior Design and Retail Showrooms. CHD Interiors is located in Murrells Inlet…
Full service interior and exterior design. Commercial and residential projects requiring a luxury approach. European styles are our speciality. Product procurement, exotic building materials. I am available for full projects or on a consultation basis.
Charlotte’s Luxury Modern Design Firm. Best of Houzz 2014. 2015, 2016, 2017… Jennifer Haahs Design Group is a HigH-End luxury modern interior design company serving Lake Norman, Charlotte, and surrounding areas. Since 2011, JHDG has specialized in designing, renovating, and staging multi-million dollar high-end luxury homes. Jennifer Haahs Design Group is committed to applying its design excellence approach to projects of any size and scale in order to create a beautiful yet functional living or working space uniquely suited to the personal aesthetic of each client. President and Principal Designer, Jennifer Haahs, combines a lifelong passion for design with an unparalleled commitment to helping her clients create comfortable, refined living and working spaces that reflect their unique taste and lifestyle. Her design approach ranges from modern elegance to contemporary chic. Known for her exceptional professionalism and careful attention to detail, Jennifer will oversee every aspect of your design project from conceptual design development and design consultation to home furnishings selections and project management. Jennifer is a member of the National and Charlotte chapters of the Interior Design Society and the Lake Norman Business Networking Group.
My design philosophy is to marry beauty and function. I enjoy helping my clients to identify and achieve their own personal style – decorating for yourself but not by yourself. My focus is always on my client’s needs. I work closely with you to determine your likes and dislikes, needs and desires, then together we transform your space into a sophisticated design that reflects your taste, personality and lifestyle. Whether you are looking for a redesigned space within your home or office, or a brand new concept for your custom built home, my attention to detail and personal consideration of your style, budget and needs all come together in a beautiful representation of your unique personality. A Southern Girl at heart, my roots grow far beyond interior design. I currently provide quality, in-home interior design services within the Charlotte, North Carolina metro area, including Charlotte, Ballantyne, Waxhaw, Weddington and Mecklenburg and Union County.
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Lucy and Company, is an interior design firm featured in national and local publications, on-line publications and a monthly contributing editor column in Charlotte Urban Home Magazine. With has a team of 6 and a collective 25 years in the business, they are best known for their bold, unique and one of a kind designs combining the talents of on-staff artists, carpenters, photographers and designers winning awards in Charlotte Magazine’s Best of. A large showroom housing all the latest fabrics, wall papers, furniture and accessories are available to inspire you. Their website and blog gives you updates on all our new projects, installations, design ideas, new introductions to the market.
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Ask Amy Interior Design specializes in high-end interior design in Charlotte. Founded in 1999, the firm serves residential and commercial customers with full-service interior design. They also stage homes for realtors by providing custom furniture, draperies, lighting, and accessories, or supplements existing furnishings with accessories. The lead designer is a member of The American Society of Interior Designers and won Best of Houzz in 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Featured Designers: Amy Martineau Vermillion Address: 4518 Pendock Court, Charlotte, NC 28226
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Union County and South Charlotte Full Service Interior Design company-Best of Houzz Awards 2015-2018! Leslie Williams Interior Design is a full-service interior design company offering a variety of services: • Color consultation • Space planning and furniture arrangement • Furniture purchasing • Custom window treatments • Accessory selection and placement • Designer fabrics • Custom upholstery and furniture • Decorative painting and faux finishing • Home renovation or new home construction • Flooring selection • Presentation software that allows the client to visualize design plan
Best of Houzz 2014 – 2019 in Customer Satisfaction and Design – A Full Service Interior Design Firm serving… Read More