About Catherine Wilson Interiors
I BOW TO THE HOUSE AND THE FAMILIES WITHIN.
Catherine has been designing living spaces for more than 20 years. Part psychologist, part anthropologist, part detective, she delves deeply into her clients’ lives to understand how they live.
Before she sets her hand to designing a space, she becomes intimately familiar with the way her clients live; where things pile up, where children and dogs play and run, the prized family treasures that demand inclusion in their home. This is what Catherine calls “bowing to the house,” creating living spaces and personal environments that are unique extensions of her clients. Her design collaborations with clients result in spaces that are unique, because every family with which Catherine works is unique.
Catherine herself draws on more than 20 years’ inspiration from architecture, textiles, classic and modern arts, and travel. This rich background enables her to curate spaces for clients, using her keen eye for detail, texture and form that complements a space without looking like it’s been professionally designed.
Everyone’s definition of luxury is different; I love uncovering your idea of luxury and adding it to every corner of your home
Janet's many years in retail working for a luxury brand, as well as experience as a personal assistant for busy executives, gave her experience and exposure to the many facets of high-end, custom design. In interior design, she started by managing a kitchen renovation and eventually launched a design business with two partners where she honed her skills as an organizer and designer. Janet loves art, design and has a great eye for what looks good in every client setting.
In addition, Janet has a knack for gardening and floral design, an additional valuable skill she brings to Catherine Wilson Interiors. She also serves as assistant ministry head of the flower guild at her church, designing and installing floral arrangements for holidays and weddings.
When I think about being surrounded by beautiful furnishings all day and helping our clients create a beautiful and functional home, it honestly gives me butterflies!
Sara Moore comes to the design world and Catherine Wilson Interiors by way of the consumer products merchandising industry. She is young, motivated, shows up with flowers and baked goods, looks like she stepped out of a magazine, fast on the computer and completely resourceful! In the words of Albert Hadley “Flair is a primitive kind of style. It is innate and cannot be taught. It can be polished and refined. When a person has flair, a grounding in the principle of design, and self-discipline, that person has the potential of being an outstanding designer.” Sara has that flair!
She is a graduate of University of South Carolina and brings decorator dog, Feeny with her to work for all of us to enjoy!