Design Process

Style and Color

Style is the common thread that links a designer to his/her work. Charles Edward Interiors has a style unlike other design firms. Not conforming to the conventional, The firm blends element of traditional, transitional and modern design to create a unique space allowing function to follow.

The use of color is a primary factor in design, Being able to discern and select color is one the key roles an interior designer must perform. Charles E. Geiter ASID began cultivating this talent as a young man when he studied under two master painters. Charles was schooled in fine arts for most of his life and now applies these principles to design. Tones, values and hues of colors are developed in each design. Then they are carefully applied to the elements in the space to create a balanced and a flow.

Architecture and Furniture

The use of architectual elements has always been on of the key ingredients in all the work of Charles Edward Interiors. Design and placement defines the space allowing the furnishing to play a more significant role. Enhanced by the window and wall treatments, the space has a more dramatic impact and changes the ordinary int hte extraordinary