Flora and Decor(a)! Adding house plants to your home

We’ve got big feels for house plants over here- and for good reason! They’re the accessible, affordable, mood-lifting-and-brightening addition to your home that never gets old. There’s something undeniably cheerful (and often comforting) about having some green-life hanging around. Whether you’re a long time plant lover or just thinking about making the leap into plant-hood, one thing is for certain- plant people are on to something, and today we’ll dive into why and how those loveable green babies can add so much to your space.

Love at First Sprout

Interestingly, it turns out that the age-old human affinity for flora is more than just preference. That little succulent on the counter or windowsill herb garden could be doing much more than you think. In fact, there’s a whole field of study devoted to the science behind “biophilic design”, which means, how greenery and natural elements in our spaces positively impact our minds (read a bit about it here!). No doubt you’ve also heard the old adage “dirt therapy”, the long-time catch phrase born out of the happiness that comes from caring for plant life. Folklore? Maybe not- there’s some pretty fascinating data for this as well. But regardless of the underlying reason, bringing the outside in is a great way to add beauty and vibrancy to any room.

Follow the Light

With a few exceptions, most indoor plants still need a LOT of light- usually more than we might think. There’s nothing more demoralizing than bringing home that beautiful plant baby…and seeing it meet its unfortunate demise within a week. So to keep them healthy and happy, a good way to start is to take a big-picture look at your space and see where the light is. If possible, arrange it so that plants can be right next to a window that gets direct sunlight for at least half of the day. If you’re looking for a plant to go specifically in a lower-light spot, consider the zz plant or a spider plant, which have a much better track record away from direct sun. Also, be open to letting the plants travel a bit- i.e., maybe that plant hangs out on your desk some days, and then it spends a couple of days right by your sun-drenched patio door. Just like us- the flora can also enjoy variety and a change of scenery.

Shape it Up

Although greenery looks good most anywhere, you can get the most design bang-for-your-buck by choosing size, shape, and texture with intention. A beautiful floor planter paired with a taller plant can fit well beside a seating area or alongside a taller piece of furniture (like a buffet). Have an entryway table or other blank surface that needs a welcoming touch? Small plants in artful containers bring lots of charm when cozied-up with other unique pieces in an arrangement. You can also add an element of eye-pleasing contrast by choosing plants with a straighter, more angular profile paired with softer shapes and textures in the surrounding items. Don’t stress too much about the pot- if, in doubt, a clean white ceramic pot or some simple terra cotta containers will do the trick, while letting that lovely green-life steal the show.

Friends in High Places

We share the philosophy around here that plants need not be exclusive to the sunroom or the windowsill. Greenery can be especially impactful when it’s placed creatively. Modern, geometric containers and tiered plant stands can add a new twist to the aesthetic. Or, consider placing your plant somewhere unexpected- we’ve been known to green-it-up with plant friends hanging out on high shelves, in bathrooms, and even on shower ledges. If you’re feeling especially sprightly, putting up some unique hanging planters with a fast-growing trailer like a pathos plant is a fantastic way to instantly spruce up a dull corner or an uninspired wall.

It’s all Green to me

There’s no need to feel like you’ve got to know it all to get some houseplants- there are a ton of good resources available to help. We are fortunate here at CFD to have our own resident horticulture expert and plant lady-extraordinaire Ryan, who keeps us on the straight and narrow when it comes to the care and keeping of our flora friends. Connecting with a local nursery where you can ask questions or get advice can go a long way to helping you get the right plant for your needs. Bringing a bit of the outside in is a decorative standby that has truly stood the test of time, and making your home a plant home can be a simple, happy way to enliven and enjoy your space.

Looking for a bit more help? You can always reach us at! Or, view our brief new client questionnaire here. Want to keep checking things out? See even more images from past CFD projects on our Portfolio Page!

Follow us to Great Design! The Master Design Plan

The Master Design Plan! It’s also known as the magical playbook we create to turn vision into reality here in CFD-land. If you’ve been reading along for a bit, you’ve seen our series called ‘Follow Us to Great Design!, where we’re sharing a bit about what we do (see part I here!). We’ve gotten so many requests for this post, and our whole team is excited to dive in with tons of insight into what the Master Design Plan is and why it matters- and most importantly, how it can help you turn your new build or addition into a true custom space.

The results of a master design plan.

It’s never too early

First things first- one of the biggest questions we get when clients contact us, “is it too early to get started?” and the answer is almost always the same: it’s never too early! There are so many benefits to having a full-service design firm review your plan sets before you start construction on a new home or even an addition. Getting our eyeballs on every inch of those drawings gives us the opportunity to evaluate and make adjustments that will tailor it just to you. Jamie, our Design Tech says, “Most architectural plans are designed for general use. We will listen to you and understand your specific needs and recommend adjustments to your plan set to accommodate your specific furniture, lifestyle, and needs.”

The team building out a Design Plan

Getting it right from the Get-Go

There’s no doubt about it- we love getting to know our clients. One thing we always ask when we are in the initial stages of a new-build design with a client is, “what’s on your must-have list?”. Everyone has those certain features they’ve always wanted in their dream home or special pieces they have taken with them to every place they’ve lived in. But, if you’re going to spring for that gorgeous 6ft soaker tub or a beautiful zero entry shower, a standard bathroom is not going to accommodate them without major modifications to the building plan- all of which need to happen well before construction starts. Once plumbing and walls are in the stages of completion, modifications after the fact will hit the budget hard. These are key items to consider when we are reviewing building plans with a client, and one of the main reasons it’s worth the time and effort to have an experienced full-service design firm as part of your team.

Cat measuring equipment in a cafe to develop the master design plan.

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Cat’s Pro Tips: The Great Gallery Wall

Whether your walls are expansive or small, there’s no better way to gussy ’em up than a gallery wall. But when you’ve got dozens of pieces and parts staring you down, getting them up in a cohesive fashion can seem like a very tall order- but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve got Cat’s tips and tricks for how to make it a beautiful and unique feature in your home.

Check the Stockroom

It may be that you want to order all new items for your gallery wall, but lots of folks actually have plenty of things already on hand. Maybe you’ve got pictures floating around from a prior living space but aren’t sure where to put them in a new home. Maybe you’ve been gifted a lot of family photos over the years of varying sizes. Or, maybe it’s some of everything! Gather up any and all items that you think you might want to use, even if you aren’t quite sure yet how they will fit- give yourself lots of choices and wait until you’ve got everything together to decide what belongs.

Alternate Gallery Wall Ideas

Think outside the Frame

If you like a more classic look, you could consider black and white photos, matching frames and mats, or grouping similarly sized items. But if that’s not your style, or you have a variety of different items you want to display, that’s perfect too- this is where getting creative is a good thing! You can even include non-picture items such as beautiful plates or pottery, canvases, mirrors, or even wall planters and hanging plants. Loosely arrange your pieces together on the floor and then keep moving things around until you find a combination that gives you the happy feels. Add balance and symmetry by alternating smaller and larger items. Looking for a common thread (such as items that have a similar color) can sometimes be helpful to achieve the look you want.

Gallery Wall - Cat French Design

Let it Travel!

Some of the most stunning gallery walls are those that have an element of flow. This could be the items moving across a corner and onto an adjoining wall, or moving upward in tandem with a staircase. Galleries that go above and around lamps or follow the shape of nearby furniture can also add major impact. In other words- don’t feel like it has to all fit into a square or go on one wall. Make it fit your space in whatever way works best for you with the items you have, and let it bring you all the gallery-joy.

Gallery Wall over doorway

Tools of the Trade

Break out that measuring tape (or ruler) and a level, if you have one! Consistent spacing is one of the key components for making a gallery wall look complete and polished. To get things started, Cat says, “Consider placing items a consistent 4-5 inches apart from each other (top and bottom and side to side). Or, if you’re creating a tighter cluster of items, try 2-3 inches of space between items.” Once all your items are in place, grab your level to help you make adjustments for the perfect finish.

Make it Your Own

At the end of the day, the element of customization is what really makes the gallery wall great. It’s eternal favored status is due in no small part to the fact that you can really do it any way you like, with any items you like. Taking the time to think about the look you want, taking stock of the items you have, and doing some good ole’ planning and measuring can go a long way to making it all work. But that being said- the secret sauce is all about personality. Fill it with things that make your home feel like you, and you can’t go wrong.

All images were styled by the Team at Catherine French Design, LLC. All photographs were taken by J. Sinclair Photography and Melissa Hebert

Looking for a bit more help? You can always reach us at! Or, view our brief new client questionnaire here. Want to keep checking things out? See even more images from past CFD projects on our Portfolio Page!

Follow us to Great Design! Initial Steps at CFD

We get a great many questions from folks about what all we do here at CFD. There are lots of things to talk about, and so many details involved in doing the custom design work we love. As a Full-Service Design Firm, our role is a little different than what you might see at other places (and we think that’s a good thing!). Our joy comes from creating a completely unique space for every single client. We’re going to share a little insight into our process and how we connect with clients to make each space that perfect one-of-a-kind fit.

You had us at hello

We have found over the years that most clients are looking for not just a designer, but an advocate and someone they can trust. Homes and workplaces are precious spaces, and it can be a big thing to invite someone in and make changes. Our relationship with clients is the most important part of what we do- and it begins long before we ever meet in person. From the second a message comes into our hello@catfrenchdesign inbox, we are starting the process of learning what a client needs and wants.

Doing our homework

After our initial contact, a more detailed, thorough client interview is what usually comes next. Or, sometimes clients just want a chance to ask questions before they dive in (we get it!).  We nicknamed this our “discovery call” and it’s a no-strings-attached way for both of us get to know each other a bit. The relationship between our team and the clients is a crucial part of the process, and we always want clients to feel like they’ve come to the exact right place. Moving forward means scheduling a time to come out to the space (or these days, view it via videoconference). Walking through each piece and part with the client, taking exact measurements and completing a full inventory of exactly what will make it their dream space.

Side by Side

At CFD, the design process is a two way street.  We work closely with each client throughout the entire project, from start to finish. Taking the time to listen carefully to what an owner is telling us- not just color and style, but everything from budget to timeline to exactly when and how they use each piece of furniture in a room. Listening closely to clients is one of the building blocks of how we customize each detail. Working closely with general contractors is also something we do on the daily, for everything from renovations to new builds. Planning an addition? We’re on it. Building a home from the ground up? We love that too – working as a team with other professionals is one of the ways we can make incredible spaces come to life.

CFD Custom Creations

When it comes to custom design, there is SO much to choose from- the options are endless, y’all! There’s no pre-fab production or templates here- each design is created in house by our team, and is fully unique to the client and the space. For us, creativity lives in this process of selecting just the right items, from flooring to lighting to fabric to finishes and everything in between, and then getting down to the nitty-gritty details to make each one just right. And, choosing pieces that will stand the test of time, from both a style and functional standpoint. It’s an ongoing conversation between the team and the client throughout the phases of making a space come together, and it’s one of our very favorite parts.

Inspired Design

As we share images of different projects, one of the things clients note is that there is a huge variety- no two projects look alike, and that’s our “normal”. We have clients all over the country who are as varied as the day is long- and one of the VERY best parts of our job is getting to know each of them, and figuring out together how we can make their space become all those things that feel just right- a place they can love and live in for a lifetime. Bringing their vision to life is the thing that makes us tick, and seeing clients enjoying that perfectly finished space makes it all so worth it.

You can always reach us at! Or, view our brief new client questionnaire here. Want to keep checking things out? See even more images from past CFD projects on our Portfolio Page!

Cat’s Pro Tips: Easy Ways to Improve your Outdoor Space

Spring and summer are the prime time for outdoor living, at least here in NC. But wherever you happen to be, we’re hoping the weather is turning nice in your neck of the woods as well. Family time, relaxing time, or (these days) even an alternative WFH spot-  there is so much wonderful-ness about having an outdoor space to call your own, and we’ve got some tips to make it an even more enjoyable (and usable!) addition to your home.

Sit down, Gather ’round

Whether you’ve got a small space or a lot of area to work with, part of making the outdoor space usable is seating.  You don’t need a full furniture set out there by any means- even just two simple (but comfortable) chairs will do. Orient them within glass-clinking distance of each other so you can enjoy an outdoor cocktail hour with a friend or significant other. Add a small table for convenience as a landing spot for your book, coffee cup, or laptop. 

Ask about Design Service for your Outdoor Space

Rollin’ in the Green

A plant can add a ton of life to the space and are a great bang for your buck.  Placing it as an accent in the corner or near the seating area creates an eye-pleasing transition between the inside and the outside spaces.  No need to get out your gardening gloves or maneuver a spade if you don’t want to- there are plenty of wonderful low-maintenance options.  If you’re new to plants, try the easy-to-please zz plant. They’re available anywhere, come in varying sizes, and are basically indestructible.  Pick a pot with some color or texture that pulls from your house accent color.

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Introducing CFD Live: Virtual Design in Real-Time

The CFD team is so excited to announce the launch of CFD Live: Design in Real-Time! This new line of services includes a full range of options- all completely virtual. Same amazing design service, with no in-person visits required. Read on below for all of the details!

CFD Virtual Design Services

The CFD Connection

There’s no doubt about it- things are a-changing right now. We are feeling it just as we know you all are too. Even though we’re not making in-person visits, we’re still hustling like we always do to keep projects moving forward for each client. Truthfully, virtual design is familiar territory for our team and has been a part of our work for some time. We have clients around the country who aren’t able to pop into the studio, and over the years we’ve become well-versed in communicating with them via whatever means necessary- be it phone, email, or online. Working face-to-face with our clients is one of our favorite things on the planet- but when circumstances prevent it, we connect in other ways- whatever it takes to get the job done right.

Lysol wipes handy and separated by glass (social distancing!). But we’re still elbow deep in that design process, and connecting with our clients day in, day out.

How We Can Help

During this time of working and being at home, chances are there may be a few things you might like to change- That place in the house that just needs attention or maybe even a pesky project that you’d love to get off your list. We have had so many people reach out to us and ask about how they can access design services right now. We know firsthand that creativity and collaboration can happen in so many different ways. The CFD team has been working hard behind the scenes to bring a new service to life, and we are so excited to begin offering CFD Live: Design in Real-time- Virtual Design options available to both existing and new clients.  

Virtual Design Styling Assistance - Catherine French Design

Design Direct to You

 Each session will include a videoconference call with one of our talented designers. All you need is your ideas, questions, and a tape measure!  It’s easily done using your tablet, computer, or phone- whatever is most convenient for you.  CFD Live will be the same robust, creative, and personalized service CFD is known for, but all done via video.

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Meet our team: All About Cat!

With the 19 Hours Design Conference right around the corner (TODAY!!) and Cat as a featured panelist, there was just no better time for us to share this post. It’s been in the queue for quite awhile, but there have been so many exciting things happening around here that it’s taken a backseat to other projects. But now we know it was all for the best, as this week is the perfect opportunity to tell you more about Cat- our fearless leader, CEO, design mastermind, and all-around incredible lady. From a kid with a room chock full of sketchbooks, she has been drawing, designing, and dreaming her way to what has become an incredible, thriving business, built from the ground up.

Cat French headshot in CFD's first studio - Catherine French Design

Designer in the Making

As an undergraduate at Wake Forest University, Cat found and fell in love with studio art. Always a lover of color and a creator, the academic aspect of painting and welding fueled her passion for making beautiful things.  She had already been working in the photography business for years, and immersing herself in the world of academic art helped build the foundation for what would become a lifelong creative passion.  Pursing an opportunity to broaden her knowledge, she spent time studying in Spain and traveling throughout Europe. Absorbing and learning from the architecture, history, and expression of so many diverse cultures set the stage for her graduate academic work, and her future in the global design industry.  She went on to obtain a Master of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a terminal degree in the design world. She taught design at the undergraduate level and helped launch the Center for Community-Engaged Design at UNCG. She had opportunities to continue a career teaching at the post-graduate level, but as the ink was drying on that diploma Cat knew it was time to spread her wings. Drawing on years of academic training, knowledge, experience, and a whole lot of sweat equity, Catherine French Design, LLC was born.

Cat French presenting for her Master of Fine Arts from the Interior Architecture program at UNCG - Catherine French Design
Cat presenting at her graduate thesis defense, the final step to completing her Master of Fine Arts from the Interior Architecture program at UNCG.

Dream Big

It’s true that Cat is no stranger to building up an incredibly designed space from nothing more than an idea.  But one special niche she also has is restoring older spaces to their former glory, often weaving in a modern twist. And in fact, much of her graduate research was focused on this very thing. One of her notable early projects was a large-scale renovation of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Kenan Institute. She’s not scared of big dreams or hard work, and by taking on (and nailing!) such a huge project straight out of the gate, she launched herself full force into the design world.

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A Color Story – The Lakehouse Redesign – II

Year-round waterfront living is the stuff of dreams, y’all – especially when it comes to this custom Lakehouse Redesign project. Last week, we introduced you to this glorious space, and now we can’t wait to bring you in on even more of the color story, textures, and unique finishes that brought this home design to a glorious CFD finish.

Lake House Color Story Living Room - Catherine French Design

Creating the Color Story

There are so many different ways to create flow within a home, and for this project, color was the medium we used to make the magic happen. With a carefully created Color Story, the individual spaces come together throughout the entire house, leading your eye seamlessly from each space to the next. Transitioning from the deep, moody green of the exterior, we began curating the color flow starting right at this classic slate front porch.

The Moody Blues

Around here, the blues are a good thing. Blue was a focal component of this design, drawing on multiple depths and shades to touch every space. From the outside entry point above, through the entryway, multiple seating areas, the picturesque dining area, and bedroom. This was quite a space to tackle- but that’s what we love to do. Through skilled design, we allowed each space to be distinct while creating a continuous polished aesthetic throughout, giving it a flow and finish that just can’t be beat.

The colors of this den look amazing in this Lakehouse - Cat french design

Palette in Harmony

Most of you know, we love some color over here! Even a diverse color palette and rich tones can still be used to create a serene, relaxed, and beautifully blended space. For the Lakehouse, it was important to bring in many of the homeowners existing furnishings- from large pieces of furniture to special items of various colors and styles. The sectional below was fully reupholstered to a rich red, and balanced with accents of blue and the cozy soft green we see throughout the house. Wood, mixed metal, and glass create incredible visual interest, and perfectly highlight the mid-century architectural detail. One of the special touches in this room was displaying the homeowner’s pottery collection, and tying in those colors throughout the design. By making these tones work in harmony, the space takes on a gorgeous, unique artistry we love.

Wonderful pops of color in this mid-century living room - Cat French Design
Bright bowls and plates inspiring the color story of this home - Catherine French Design

Hues Made for Walkin’

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Color & Water- The Lakehouse Redesign – I

When we look back at this incredible Lakehouse Redesign project, we can’t help but wish we were there right now. Life at the lake is even sweeter when the inside is just as beautiful as that waterfront view. With a multi-room custom redesign, this space became the perfect balance of charming, modern, and serene. Transforming a timeless mid-century home- while keeping it full of so much character and joy- was an unforgettable design we can’t wait to share.

The view from the dining room Lakehouse Project - Catherine French Design

Making the Good Even Better

Not every new project begins with a blank slate. We work with many clients who love their homes and have filled their spaces with items that hold meaning. After all, home is a place we make so many lasting memories. But what do you do when it’s time for a change? Whether it’s an update, a re-style, or just a refresher- that’s where we come in. This redesign was about weaving together the perfect colors, textures, and finishes- while letting the gorgeous architecture and view keep their place at center stage.

The Custom Design Difference

Customization is a key component of how we take care of clients, and was at the forefront of this project. One of the things that makes CFD unique is that we offer multiple levels of design service- taking the time to work with each client on what will fully meet the needs of their individual vision, budget, preferences, and timeline. This project started as an afternoon design session, where the homeowner reached out to Cat for help pulling together some finishes prior to hosting a large event. But as we started to transform her space, the homeowner was so thrilled with the result that she chose to continue throughout the house.

Refresh and Reinvent

For the Lake house, it was all about renewal. We were not moving walls, gutting rooms, or planning additions. Instead, the focus was on giving new life to many of the homeowner’s existing furnishings, and bringing in the right details to beautifully style and curate an amazing finished space. Cat said it best in our recent feature in Chapel Hill Magazine, describing some pro tips on how a skilled, strategic redesign can make gorgeous and impact-ful changes within the existing framework of a home:

“I always start with color. What can we do to keep the current pieces and reinvent them in your space?…A design feels complete when there is balance throughout the space with multiple components. Lighting and art to complement the scale of other pieces. Consider all of the different elements like color, texture, and pattern to create a harmonious space.”

Color and Flow

The Lake house is used as a primary residence all year-round, and this particular homeowner also frequently uses the space to host large gatherings of 50 or more. Creating flow within the home was essential, both for enjoyment of daily living and especially for those times when the house is full of mingling, laughter, and connection. Color was at the center of this design, used to create a fluid feel within the classic mid-century architecture. Using a diverse palette, we balanced that sense of movement with a cohesive, polished collection of tones that still brought each room together, as well as tying in that incredible lake view.

Wonderful lake views from the den with new rug, upholstery and throw pillows.

Lakeside in CFD Style

Preserving much of what was original to the home while breathing new life into the bones was just one of the things we loved about this project. The end result was full of playfulness, energy, and balanced with a cozy relaxation- just the way lakelife should be- and, a perfect reflection of this homeowner. That’s the CFD way, and how we build client relationships that last.

Cat French styling the back deck of the Lakehouse Project
Professional images via Cat Wilborne Photography

More to come!

Not quite ready to leave the lake? Neither are we…and it’s a good thing we’ve got lots more to share with you. Come back next week for a closer view of this one-of-a-kind project- we’ll take a deep dive into the Color Story of this design, and also talk about the unique experience and background that made CFD perfect to preserve the beauty of this home.

Can’t wait for next week? Check out all the gorgeous images on the CFD Portfolio Page!

Catherine French Design is a team of interior design consultants based out of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We have provided residential and commercial services in North Carolina and along the Eastern Seaboard.

Market and Moss – the big update!

The update we can’t wait to share with you- great things have been happening down at our full renovation of Market and Moss! If you’re anything like us, something as simple as a nice dinner out is probably sounding pretty incredible right about now. We have been hard at work transforming this brand new Chapel Hill dining spot into a place we can all enjoy for years to come.

We opened the CFD Southern Village location in 2018, and have never looked back. This is a wonderful community- and one of our favorite parts? Our amazing neighboring businesses. When we were approached about renovating this prime spot, we couldn’t wait to dive in! We love having the opportunity to work side-by-side with Annie Johnston, owner of the highly anticipated full restaurant and bar Market and Moss.

Before photo!

This is the second space we’ve designed with Annie- she’s a savvy Chapel Hill entrepreneur and also the owner of the very popular La Vita Dolce, which we renovated with her in 2019. With each passing year, CFD gains more clients all over the US, but our roots are strong here in Chapel Hill. The entire CFD team is passionate about keeping the local community thrivin’. We are so excited to work with Annie again to bring even more life and vibe to Southern Village.

Photo courtesy of the Southern Village Instagram Acct. Credit to Hoffman Aerials:

Annie has big plans for this soon-to-be upscale eatery- and so do we! As you can see in the “before” photos below, this project was so much more than just a facelift. Working closely with Annie, we created a custom design that touched every part of the space. Functionality is key in this fast-paced working environment, as well as creating the perfect atmosphere that will keep patrons returning again and again to enjoy incredible food.

Commercial (and especially) foodservice industry renovations require unique knowledge and a special skill set to ensure that plans meet or exceed building codes. We are tasked with designing a completely custom aesthetic for patrons, but also ensuring a safe, functional workplace that will hold up to all that hustle and bustle. As a Full-Service Interior Design Firm, creating dynamic spaces is something we LOVE to do. Working closely with the contractor for this project, Alex Sayre with Argyle Builders, we are all hands on deck to get all the details right and bring it all together for a beautiful, vibrant finish.

What was on the must-have list? Gorgeous and durable floors, gleaming countertops, full custom upholstered booths, and stunning lighting, for starters! Annie’s beautiful taste came right into play as we worked with her on selecting the perfect items to align with her vision for this trendy but classic space. Private events, special occasions, date nights, lunches on the terrace- this design can do it all, creating a timeless feel that fosters connection and enjoyment while highlighting the incredible menu offerings.

We are so excited to be well into the mid-way point and making great progress. The entire team here at CFD is grateful to be part of this wonderful addition to the Southern Village community. If you haven’t already, hop over to the Market and Moss page and get even more updates on what’s to come. Definitely also check out their Instagram @marketandmoss for a preview of some truly divine looking eats (WOW). It’s gonna be amazing, y’all, and we are ready for it!

Catherine French Design is a team of interior design consultants based out of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We have provided residential and commercial services in Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, and beyond.