Meet Cherie Clark
Cherie attended Madonna University in Michigan and has over 25 years in home fashion and design. Her commitment to her craft and customer satisfaction is always foremost.

A native of Michigan, Cherie owned and operated her own design center and was co-owner of Rylin Design & Construction, specializing in kitchen and bath design and remodeling.

In 2000 Cherie decided to make her dream come true and move to the beautiful beaches of Southwest Florida. She continued her career in design as a consultant for Norris Furniture & Interiors, where she worked for 6 years before venturing out on her own.

In 2007 she opened her own design studio, at the shops in Cape Harbour Marina in Cape Coral, Florida. Her business continued to grow and she decided to open a larger showroom in Ft. Myers, offering home décor and accessories as well. She feels blessed to have continued success in a field she loves.

“I listen to what the client wants and address their needs, while always trying to reflect their personality and lifestyle in their complete project.”


Small Spaces & Nooks
Whether it’s a bright window seat, a snug daybed, or a secluded corner table, we intuitively seek out alcoves because there is nothing more undeniably warm and welcoming then these small spaces.

We all remember nooks from childhood, a specially selected hiding spot, a closet fort, a bunk bed, a refuge as simple as a blanket thrown over a couple of chairs.

Designer Tips
Maybe you have an eye for color or you are good at selecting a specific style for home décor.  However, there are always certain aspects to keep in mind when designing your home.  This is why it can be very helpful to hire an Interior Designer for your home design and decorating needs, in the long run it could prevent you from making costly design errors and speed the process along so you can focus on other things…such as enjoying beautiful Southwest Florida!  

Island Living
The key to designing an island home is keeping it casual and comfortable.  Furnishings and fabrics need to withstand climate and an active lifestyle.  As designers, we are using more Sunbrella outdoor fabrics indoors.  Fabrics and color palettes are bright and happy.  We are using citrus colors mixed with sea hues and utilizing mixed mediums in fabric design such as; chain link and bohemian patterns mixed with solids and textures.