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Catherine Cocke - Catherine Cocke Interiors

Biography - Catherine Cocke

Catherine Cocke’s interiors find as much influence in her Savannah, GA roots as from her world travels and studies of art and fashion design. After several years living between New York City and Paris, she settled in Atlanta where she designed and built her first house.

Friends and fans persuaded her to pursue a career in interior design with Musso Design Group, where she worked on a wide variety of high end construction projects and interiors before branching out on her own. Catherine's focus is on authenticity and quality and she is experienced in designing in a multitude of styles - from old world traditional to sleek modern as well as everything in between.

Her fun and fearless attitude produces environments that feel “collected” rather than “decorated.” She loves to reinvent vintage in new, fresh ways that are equal parts glamour and sophistication. Her clients describe her as hip and uninhibited. And her unrelenting quest for fine workmanship and superior results – while staying within budget – keeps clients coming back. Catherine sees her role in the design process as curator and collaborator.

"Ultimately my goal is to help refine the client's personal style by educating them in the areas of furnishings, art, construction or whatever it is they seek. Their home should feel like a reflection of their lifestyle, not mine."

Recent accolades include an award for “Bathroom of the Year” from Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles and an episode of HGTV's “My Big Amazing Renovation,” entitled "Going Big in Georgia,” which captures Catherine’s 18-month renovation of her 1950’s home into a midcentury modern masterpiece, all while being very pregnant.

Catherine is currently busy working on a vacation retreat in the Bahamas, a Buckhead office, a Highlands, NC mountain house and a West Village loft in New York City. She spends her spare time with husband Byron and their three small children Finn, Eugenia, and Symmes.