Their classically referenced style is elegantly understated. They are known for their ability to create an integrated, polished look while maintaining a comfortable, warm and livable environment.
Noted for creating rooms designed with a sophisticated color palate and refined use of materials, Womack Interiors’ distinctive style reflects a passion for the unexpected grounded by their knowledge of design history. Though Cheryl and Alison’s trademark details may be present, each project is uniquely conceived to represent the taste and vision of the client.
Cheryl’s background in art history and design lead her into the field of interior design. She established her business, Cheryl Womack Interiors, in 1985 and has been a leading member of the Atlanta design community ever since.
Alison studied Business Administration at The University of Georgia and Interior Design at Georgia State University. She joined the business in 2000, adding a fresh and modern approach to Cheryl’s traditional style. Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Magazine voted Alison to its "Top 20 under 40" list of highly regarded designers in 2007.
As a boutique firm, personal attention is a hallmark of their approach and making the process fun is always their goal. Cheryl and Alison consistently design beautiful interiors while working with their clients to accommodate their budget, deadlines, and scheduling needs. They have enjoyed client commissions on both small and large projects throughout the country, including primary and secondary homes, yachts, and commercial spaces.
Their work has been featured in numerous publications and books, including the covers of Traditional Home Magazine and Custom Builder. They also received the “Best in American Living Award” in 2005 for their work on Kiawah Island.