Charlotte Moss

With a career spanning over three decades, Charlotte Moss is considered one of the most celebrated and respected interior designers in the industry.

Since launching her eponymous firm in 1985, Charlotte’s name has become synonymous with Southern warmth and hospitality. She has designed private residences and executive suites across the United States and abroad, and her retail stores have achieved wide acclaim.

Moss’s designs are heavily influenced by her travels and her love of history. She has used her experience culled throughout her career to design licensed collections with Century Furniture, Fabricut, Stark Carpet, Pickard, P.E. Guerin, Soicher Marin, IBU Clothing, Artemis Design Company and more.

Known for her timeless aesthetic, layered interiors, and keen eye, her work is celebrated in eleven volumes, the most recent title with Rizzoli publications: Charlotte Moss Flowers (2021) and Home: A Celebration: Notable Voices Reflect on the Meaning of Home (2021) which benefits No Kids Hungry.

Charlotte supports a variety of causes and sits on several boards: she is Emerita Trustee of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, on the Board of The Bone Marrow Foundation, The Madoo Conservancy and the International Council of Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens.

Charlotte’s designs have been featured in many major publications. Accolades include the New York School of Interior Design’s Centennial Medal, The Royal Oak Foundation’s Timeless Design award, and Elle Decor’s Grand Master’s List of Designers. Charlotte holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree from The New York School of Interior Design as well as Virginia Commonwealth University, her alma mater.

Charlotte Moss Headshot

Charlotte Moss


A Conversation with Charlotte Moss and Stan Dixon: The Dance Between Architecture and Design

Friday, February 23, 10:00 am