Clarice Booth Designs
BS Interior Design,,
Registered Interior Designer
Clarice Booth opened her interior design business in 1999, formally Style By Design Interiors, after a successful career as a real estate specialist. Now, well into her second decade in the professional design field, she continues to stretch the boundaries of design with the launch of Clarice Booth Designs. Clarice offers her clients custom, design styles, and innovative design solutions to challenging spaces.
As a seasoned Realtor, she worked with homeowners, builders, and investors to acquisition or sell properties. Today she advises homeowners, builders, and investors on how to achieve their unique goals through professional design services whether it involves the purchase or sale of personal homes, builders models or specs, or investor&rsquos long or short-term projects.
Clarice Booth is personally committed to offering the highest quality of professional interior design services to her clients. Professionally designed spaces are an investment whether they are 2000 or a 10,000 square feet and regardless if that investment is $10,000, $100,000, or beyond.
Clarice believes that a clients personal space and design style is custom created and not a mere mimic of what has become cliche. Custom design cannot be cloned into a generic formula. All spaces should be functional and aesthetically pleasing while reflecting the individual design style of the client or meeting an investors financial goal. A Comprehensive Design Analysis, CDA, will reveal the client&rsquos apparent needs and their unique style.
For the builders and investors it is about money and time. It is about creating a custom space that appeals to the masses. It is about innovative solutions that are cost and time effective. It is about the bottom line...profit.
Clarice&rsquos trademark is to determine her clients design styles, from traditional to modern, and make them relevant for today. She believes that all design styles can be custom created or that existing styles can be refreshed, edited, and modernized. She is adamant that one should never become a slave to great design but that great design should create spaces that bring its occupants comfort and pride.