Carrie Moore is known for a style she calls Warm Modern. As principal designer of Carrie Moore Interior Design, she and her team deliver uncluttered designs that incorporate clean, simple forms with well-considered palettes and placement. “Unlike a lot of modern design, we make things thoroughly cozy by using lots of natural materials and textures,” she explains. “We love to bring in one-of-a-kind pieces, often vintage or handmade, and dramatic lighting to elevate designs.”

Driven by the values of using local artists and crafts people as well as natural, sustainable furnishings whenever possible, they begin each design project by delving into conversation with their clients to learn how they plan to use their space and to understand their personal design tastes.

“We take that input and apply our experience and knowledge to the design challenge,” Moore says. The colors, textures, and patterns of nature are where Moore finds much of her inspiration. As a proponent of biophilic design, she believes that bringing the principles of nature into our interiors can improve our mental and physical well-being. “I’m a big believer that a little time outside can improve our mood,” she explains. “There are simple ways to adopt this philosophy, like adding plants and natural materials to spaces.”


Scandinavia Dreaming / $60 /


Drape Arm 1 Sconce / $980 /



Jikoku Wet Sand Pot / $30 /


Linda Pillow / $165 /



Pierre Paulin F598 Groovy Lounge Chair / $4,762 /


Corkdrop End Table / to the trade /




apas 2 Rug / to the trade /