Allied Member ASID
Email Nancy Charbonneau
Nancy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design from Georgia Southern University with a minor in Business. She has been in the design field since graduating in 1991. Nancy is an Allied Member of ASID, achieved Specialist Certification from WFCP, is active in the local Chamber of Commerce, the National Charity League Bluebonnet Chapter and is a member of the In The Pink of Health committee. Her design experience includes working for a major model home design firm in Atlanta and an independent licensed designer in Vero Beach, Florida. She then operated an Interior Design Firm and Drapery Workroom in Atlanta for 8 years prior to opening Woodlands Fabrics & Interiors, with her husband, Dave in 1999. Nancy is also the co-founder of Charpell Luxury Interiors, a division of Woodlands Fabrics & Interiors, providing high-end luxury interior design services. Nancy has had the opportunity to work on many large design projects not just in Atlanta and Texas, but also in Cabo San Lucas Mexico, Calgary Canada, Florida and more.Nancy's Design Philosophy
“I believe every space has the potential to be great. My job is to make that space live up to it’s potential by implementing good design that fits the client’s needs and budget. I approach all of my design projects in a very personal way and spend a lot of time researching, planning and implementing appropriate solutions.”Nancy's Design Approach
It’s all in the details! My priorities for any project are to develop a design plan with conceptual photos and renderings, list goals, wants and needs, and then implement that plan over time, according to budget, to produce a beautiful end result.Nancy is Inspired by
Helping my clients love the space they live or work in is my passion. I am inspired by Interior Designers like Dorothy Draper. Dorothy was the first American Woman Interior Designer who paved the way for all designers today to step out and be bold and have fun with their interiors. I am inspired by color, history, design books and magazines, museums, art and music and especially beautiful fabrics!