Cindy holds a BS from Auburn University in Interior Home Furnishings and Equipment (now called Interior Design). At Auburn, she served as Vice-President and President of the School of Home Economics and was a member of the National Dean’s List. Guest lecturer and juror for design projects at Auburn University from 1982 until 1992, she currently serves on the Board of Advisers for the College of Interior Design at Auburn University. Her work has been widely published on popular blogs, in national magazines and newspapers and she is a frequent speaker on the topic of design and decorating.

Cindy is one of the rare designers who has her own line of furniture specifically geared toward homes in the New Urbanism communities that tend to have a smaller footprint, higher ceilings and have a need for pieces that serve multiple purposes. The prototypes are rolling out as we speak and are beginning to appear on the products page of her web-site. Cindy also uses architectural salvage extensively in her practice in order to create new spaces with the authenticity and personality of old often placing an ancient relic into a contemporary space to create a "WOW" factor. She's exceptionally creative and personable which is a great combination for her clients.

Gail Doby

I have had the priviledge to work with Cindy for the past 6 years. Cindy is a hard working, creative, and outgoing woman. Cindy has developed her own designs for fabric and for furniture. One of these designs has been picked up by the fabric company I represent, Duralee Fabrics, and placed in our Linea Graphics Collection. Cindy is also a very talented interior designer, bringing new direction to the interiors that she works. Cindy has a deep truth about her and takes her truths and beliefs in doing the best for her clients and in her designs. Not only is Cindy an awesome designer, on many different levels, she is also a wonderful mother, wife and friend to those of us who are blessed enough to have her in our lives and our corners. I feel blessed that Cindy confided and trusted me with her dreams and designs and I am honored to call Cindy my friend."

Martin Choate


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