Originally from Fayetteville, Arkansas, Caroline moved to Columbia, Missouri in 2009 after graduating with honors from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelors of Interior Design. After working for small and large architectural firms through college and after graduation, Caroline took leap out on her own to best utilize her talents and provide high-quality design services to the Mid-Missouri community.

Growing up, Caroline saw firsthand the amount of detail and hard work required to complete a building project by observing her father in his construction business. Caroline studied art and music throughout high school and college, and spent summers at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan. In college, she was actively involved in community service, and served as President of the University of Arkansas chapter of Habitat for Humanity.

Caroline developed a passion for healthcare design in college when learning about the strong effects that design can have on patients, staff, and families. For her senior thesis, Caroline sought a challenge so she researched and developed designs for a Neurology Clinic & Cancer Center. After graduation, Caroline blogged for Healthcare Design Magazine and was published in the December 2010 issue.

Caroline’s design contributions around Mid-Missouri can be seen at the Columbia Public Schools Administration Building*, Columbia College Science Building*, Boone County National Bank’s downtown branch*, REDI’s Downtown Office*, True Media’s Columbia headquarters*, Gumby’s Pizza, Schneider Electric, Peggy Jean’s Pies, Coegi, O’Loughlin Dental & Law Offices (Moberly, MO) Presser Performing Arts Center (Mexico, MO), and in other businesses around the area. Since starting her business in 2012, she has been recognized as one of Columbia Business Times’ “20 Under 40” in the 2015 class, as well as the featured business for the state of Missouri in the 2014 Google Economic Impact Report. With deep family heritage from Jefferson City, Missouri, Caroline is proud to have contributed inspiring interior spaces to Mid-Missouri.

In 2017, Caroline moved back to the Northwest Arkansas area and is looking forward to expanding her design career in the NWA community.

*Projects completed while employed with SOA