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Services

Catherine Alison Interiors has established their reputation for creating fresh and forward-thinking living environments. Our philosophy is that great design is a positive force that brings joy home. Motivated by the core belief that one’s home will enhance one’s life, we work to hone in on our clients’ appreciation for beauty, organization, and peaceful living. Our job is to learn the details of what will make your home sing and to deliver on these details in a highly personal way. The signature style of Catherine Alison Interiors speaks for itself. Elegant spaces that feel fresh, family-friendly, yet always classically timeless.

 

We’re on A Mission

Catherine Alison Interiors is dedicated to creating interiors that reflect our client’s personality and lifestyle, by capturing their design dreams and making them a reality. Our professional design team specializes in projects, which range in scope from castles, condos, cottages and commercial spaces.

Our Vision is: Pleasing Results on Time and on Budget    Our Passion is: Satisfied Customers    Our Clients Love: Our consultative approach with clear steps to project completion

 

Consultations

  • Ideal for person who is ready to launch an interior design or renovation project and wants beautiful results.
  • For the do-it-yourselfer, a one-time visit can solve a design dilemma, offer objective opinion and provide concrete direction. Catherine Alison Interiors provides recommendations in a two-hour onsite meeting. Direction for furniture placement, built-ins, window treatments, fabric choice, flooring, paint colours, and renovations.

 

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Alison Hodd – $400

Design Associate – $250

*taxes not included, prices are subject to change, travel fees may apply

 

Request a Consultation

Contact: Dianna Knight

Phone: 905-257-9133

Email: Dianna@CatherineAlisonInteriors.com

 

Professional Associations

CDECA
NKBA

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