LIZ CARROLL INTERIORS was founded in 2008 with a desire to celebrate relaxed and refined living. The multi-layered experiences the firm designs are energized by the people who live in them, highlighting their journeys and lifestyles through an empathic connection between craftsmanship, texture, color, light, and scale. Their work relies on a sense of the possible – if something doesn’t exist, they create it. LCI’s reputation for interiors with a modern sense of easy luxury and welcoming appeal is grounded in their ability to discover moments of possibility that reflect their clients’ lifestyles while serving everyday needs. By working closely with architects, builders, and craftsmen, and drawing from a vast array of exclusive to-the-trade vendors, Liz Carroll Interiors is committed to creating sensitive spaces that are utterly unique.
Liz Carroll is known for balancing refined beauty with relaxed livable environments. Expressive narratives are her signature, combining multi-layered juxtapositions of material, color, and form that complement the architecture while providing moments of surprise that resonate with her clients. Liz believes that home is an idea that goes far beyond what you put into it; it resides in the stories her clients share, a deep understanding of their goals, and imaginative designs that highlight the unique characters living there. She finds the key to what makes her clients feel they belong in a space and works with them every step of the way to achieve it.
Laurie Claire Davidson
Laurie Claire grew up with a mother who encouraged her to make her environment vibrant and interesting by taking her antiquing and fabric shopping. She learned a great deal from her about architecture and design and yearned to discover more. She studied Interior Design at East Carolina University and then changed her major to Interior Merchandising with a minor in Business. After graduation Laurie Claire moved to Raleigh and went back to school for Interior Design at Wake Technical Community College. She believes one of the most important things a designer should do is to really listen to the client’s wants and needs. Understanding them will lead to the best project possible.
Elizabeth’s interest in design is rooted in the combination of creativity and practicality that distinguishes it as its own art form. Helping a client’s dreams become reality while watching a project go from concept to installation is the most rewarding aspect of her work. She also loves working with numbers to keep projects on time and on budget. Elizabeth believes one of the most important things to know as a designer is what and where to source for clients and how each detail works within the whole. She earned a BS in Agricultural Business Management from North Carolina State University and a BA in Interior Design from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.
Strategic Operations Director
Parlett has always loved design and as a child would spend her spare time babysitting so she could redecorate her room. She studied Hospitality at East Carolina University where she learned how to plan projects meticulously. Her lifelong passion for design brought her to LCI where she contributes her skills to the smooth running of the projects. Install day is her favorite – it’s rewarding, fun, and exciting to see the client’s faces when they walk into their new homes.
With several family members in the real estate industry, Chandler was raised to appreciate architecture and the elements of design and soon intuited that the spaces we live and work in have a profound impact on our mood and attitude. Chandler graduated from Meredith College in Raleigh, NC with a BS in Interior Design. The Art Deco movement inspires her because of the era’s glitz and glamour, as well as its use of bold colors. She looks forward every day to working alongside the LCI team to provide quality design services to their clients.
Hannah was born and raised in Greenville, North Carolina. She always admired her grandmother’s traditional style home, complete with antique furniture passed through generations, floral wallpaper, and matching window treatments. She took every class in interior design her high school offered but practicality won out and she chose to study Elementary Education at University of North Carolina at Wilmington. After a few years in the school system, she had the opportunity to work as Liz Carroll’s Executive Assistant and jumped at the opportunity.
- Welcome Home Angel
- North Carolina Azalea Festival
- The Children’s Museum of Wilmington
- Cameron Art Museum
- Communities in Schools
- Brigade Boys & Girls Club
- Coastal Living, June 2020
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- Salt Magazine, June 2018
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- Vogue, 2017
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