As a small business owner, I am passionate about creating spaces for small to mid-sized companies. I believe that a well designed space not only creates a pleasing work environment, but improves a company’s productivity and their bottom line. My ideal clients are concerned with providing a healthy, effective and efficient workspace for their clients as well as their employees, while ensuring that their corporate brand identity is reflected throughout.
Avery Design Interiors is a Fairfield County, Connecticut based full service interior design firm. With home and office projects ranging from Fairfield and Westchester Counties to Manhattan, Delaware and Florida, Catherine Avery and her team pride themselves on customer service. Their close collaboration with clients ensures seamless interior design project execution and consistently exceeds clients’ expectations.
An Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Catherine Avery received her Professional Certificate in Interior Design from Fairfield University in 2007. She holds a BA from Smith College and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business.
Ms. Avery has been featured in New England Home Connecticut magazine, on local radio, several local newspapers and numerous online articles. She was named one of Builddirect.com’s “Top 12 Interior Design Gurus You Should Follow on Twitter”. Ms. Avery was also recognized with a “Best of the Web” award for her holiday decorating blog post from well-known website The Decorating Diva.
Active in her church and the Unquowa School, Ms. Avery is a volunteer for The Designer House Tour benefiting Near and Far Aid, a local non-profit organization. She is Co-Chair of the Women’s Leadership Group for ConnectMore. Ms. Avery lives in Fairfield County, Connecticut with her husband, daughter and cat.
Ms. Avery is available to speak on an array of topics in interior design and entrepreneurship: from helping improve your child’s room for school to redesigning your tween’s room to the life of a mompreneur.