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Carolina Design, founded by Carolina Freyre, is a Florida-based interior design studio that creates amazing interior design projects with a wonderful neutral modern design. Continue reading to learn more about Carolina Design‘s founder and to see some of the studio’s best interior design projects.

Carolina Design: History

The founder of Carolina Design earliest design memories are of her grandmother. Carolina, the quintessential decorator, entertainer, and tastemaker, would host dinner parties for her Cuban friends on the weekends, engaging all five of her senses with each gathering. Delectable cuisine. Cocktails served in elegant glassware. Napkins made of starched linen Also, poetry. Poetry, indeed.

Some were written by the person reciting the words, others were classics, and still others remembered Cuba as a Xanadu. And Carolina would sit, quietly informing her future design approach of authenticity and reflection as everyone regaled in recalling and creating memories.

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Carolina Design Adventures

Years later, college and graduate school would take her on adventures across the country and around the world. First, there was New Orleans, then Philadelphia. Then he studied Hispanic Studies and Art History at the Spain’s illustrious University of Salamanca. She was always immersed in the culture and aesthetics around her: music, art, architecture, and people. Later, she applied her education at what was then known as the Miami Art Museum (now renamed Perez Art Museum Miami). It was an appropriate post for someone whose influences include Ed Ruscha, Damien Hirst, Massimo Listri, and Peter Beard (as well as Flamenco dancer Joaquin Cortes, poet Pablo Neruda, composer Antonio Jobim and, obviously, David Bowie).

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COASTAL INSTINCTS

Carolina then turned her passion for travel, culture, and art into a career in interior design. She decided to open her own interiors studio after working as a project manager for a Miami-based design firm.

Carolina then turned her passion for travel, culture, and art into a career in interior design. She decided to open her own interiors studio after working as a project manager for a Miami-based design firm.

Carolina then turned her passion for travel, culture, and art into a career in interior design. She decided to open her own interiors studio after working as a project manager for a Miami-based design firm.

Her projects have ranged from a Tuscan-inspired estate in Coral Gables (complete with a regal English library and the obligatory rolling ladder) to a modern twist on a family lodge in Kentucky, to the sexy new island-minded restaurant Mamey (complete with verdant hanging gardens and oversized beaded chandeliers), and a refreshing, airy cottage in Harbor Island.

Carolina then turned her passion for travel, culture, and art into a career in interior design. She decided to open her own interiors studio after working as a project manager for a Miami-based design firm.

Her interiors, regardless of style, are always collected and carefully curated. Her clients have all become close friends, and she is always accompanied by an entourage of skilled craftsmen.

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TROPICAL MODERN

Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from traveling and immersing herself in the various places she's called home, it's the simple things that inspire the founde of Carolina Design the most.

Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from travelling and immersing herself in the various places she’s called home, it’s the simple things that inspire the founder of Carolina Design the most.

Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from traveling and immersing herself in the various places she's called home, it's the simple things that inspire the founde of Carolina Design the most.

The way light enters a room in the morning or changes shape in the evening. What the architecture and landscape of the home require.

Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from traveling and immersing herself in the various places she's called home, it's the simple things that inspire the founde of Carolina Design the most.

A piece of furniture, light fixture, or work of art’s proportions—how it fills a space and functions for the client.

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Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from traveling and immersing herself in the various places she's called home, it's the simple things that inspire the founde of Carolina Design the most.

“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful,” William Morris said wisely.

Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from traveling and immersing herself in the various places she's called home, it's the simple things that inspire the founde of Carolina Design the most.

Above all, Carolina is sensitive and thoughtful to the needs and desires of the homeowner.

Despite her creative upbringing, museum background, and endless inspiration gained from traveling and immersing herself in the various places she's called home, it's the simple things that inspire the founde of Carolina Design the most.

A family heirloom, a souvenir from a Bali honeymoon. After all, design is a matter of the heart; it should move you.

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