Interior design is a curated art-form that manages to transform empty spaces into works of art today. Not just anyone is able to leverage the convergence of design, color coordination, craftsmanship, and construction layouts in their day-to-day operation, which is why quality interior designers are people to herald today.
Specifically, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we are going to look a few individuals that are really making a name for themselves with their bold, new-age, classic, and Americana interior design skills. Let’s get started:
Cheryl Luckett | Dwell by Cheryl
Owner of Dwell by Cheryl, is known for her sophisticated, yet approaching interior design styling that has made her arguably the most well-known interior design artist in Charlotte today. Launching her venture in 2012, Cheryl has made a reputation for herself as being able to transform any space on a realistic budget. Her work has been featured in Charlotte Home and Garden, Southern Home, and QC Exclusive.
Known for balancing the modern with the traditional, this Charlotte-based interior designer breathes new life into older homes with her flair for European and American 20th century furniture designs. To date, her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Coastal Living, Elle Décor, and Garden & Fun.
Holly Phillips | THE ENGLISH ROOM
Regarded as the queen of color today, Holly Phillips has an interior design style that is completely her own. She is constantly incorporating bright hues in interesting and fun ways that really make all of her projects works of art. Also known for mixing traditional and modern styles simultaneously, some of her finished pieces have been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, and Domino.
Mary Tobias Miller
If you’re looking for those hard-to-find pieces that really transform any space into a totally unique enclave, then Mary Tobias Miller is your girl. So talented at finding special pieces you just can’t find anywhere else and pairing them off with everyday design styles and trends, Tobias has opened her own home furnishing store, Adobe, where she stocks her favorite one-of-a-kind pieces for your shopping leisure.
Ashley DeLapp | Ecaru Design
Owner of Evaru Design, launched 10-years ago, Ashley DeLapp is known for her specialty in mixing vintage and new, with layered patterns and bold colors. If you’re looking for someone who is able to breathe new life into old, cherished pieces, then Ashley is the designer for you. Her work has been featured in Charlotte Home + Garden, Southpark Magazine, and Better Homes.
Langley Alexander Designs
Heath grew up in Wilmington, NC. She spent her college years in Raleigh at NC State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Finance & Marketing. Upon graduating from NC State, she traveled south to Atlanta, GA and started her career in the event planning industry. After several years in GA, she returned back to North Carolina to work for large technology firms that included Red Hat and IBM. After working 15 years in marketing and events, she decided to leave the corporate world. Heath has always had a passion for design, so in 2015 she started her own interior design company, Langley Alexander Designs. Heath specializes in residential design in the Charlotte Metro Area. Follow her journey on Facebook or Instagram @langleyalexander.
New South Home
Melissa Lee, Principal Designer
Since launching New South Home, Melissa has had the opportunity to work on countless projects ranging from small room updates to full home remodels including kitchens and bathrooms. Her experience as a fashion retail buyer taught her how to select the right furnishings for her Southern clients, creating a perfect balance between upcoming trends and classic style. Her design work has been featured multiple times in the Charlotte Observer’s Home and Design section and has won numerous accolades from her clients and peers. Her design team has won “Best of Houzz” for five years running in Customer Satisfaction based on personal reviews submitted by their clients.
Sandy Moore, Project Manager
Brenna Morgan, Design Associate
It’s not easy to make our list for an artistic practice that is so challenging, yet expressive. We believe these women are starting interior design trends that are being mimicked throughout the country right now. We can’t wait to see their future designs and finished projects featured in local magazines.
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