Interior Designer & Project Manager
Cara’s education in marketing and interior design combined with over 10 years of experience in the design industry make her an asset to any design + renovation project.
She has worked in various types of design, including residential + commercial spaces, and has managed many projects both large and small. This allows her to be adaptable, yet organized, and provide a customized service for your design and renovation project. She is an individual with a passion for aesthetics and strong attention to detail and treats every project with professionalism and creativity as if it were her own. She appreciates the importance of design and always strives to incorporate unique touches to ensure your project is right for you and your space.
When she isn’t working, she loves traveling, yoga-ing, and trying out new pizza places throughout her hometown, Chicago.
Harrington College of Design
Master of Arts – Interior Design
2010 – 2014
University of Kentucky
Bachelor of Science – Marketing
2005 – 2009
Cara's Blog Articles
Modernize Your Home by Turning It into an Eco-Friendly Oasis
If you’re looking to update your home, but you’re not exactly sure what you want to do, consider turning it into an eco-friendly oasis. The
Tips for Building Your First Home
You can compare building your first home to climbing a mountain. When you are at the base of that towering landmass, it seems like an
Transform Your Bathroom into a Lovely Spa
Most of us daydream about relaxing in a peaceful spa after an exhausting day at work, but not many of us can find the time
6 Easy Upgrades for Your Home
Every once in a while, we notice that our home could do with a bit of improvement. We scratch our heads and try to put
5 Tips to Save Your Money on Home Improvement Project
Home improvement projects can be very exciting. You get to plan out and create your dream floors, walls, cabinets, sinks – you name it! Unfortunately,
5 Benefits Of Remodeling Your Kitchen
When things get old, we replace them with new ones, such as clothes, shoes, and gadgets. But there are some things that you can’t simply