A sparkling presence in the world of interiors, Caroline Repard has a reputation as a lifestyle interior designer. She has over 18 years experience in the industry.
Educated at Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Sydney Institute of Art in Australia for fine arts and Ryerson University where she was awarded a degree in Interior Design. Caroline is NCIDQ qualified and is a registered interior designer. Caroline is a member of IDI (Interior Design Institute of British Columbia) and IDC (Interior Designers of Canada).
Caroline is accomplished in residential (strata condominiums and common areas, and multi residential and single dwelling homes) and hospitality spectrums of interior design.
Caroline believes in the quality of professionalism in the Interior Design industry and has inspired many who have been involved in her presentations, interior décor classes, and workshops. She is instructor part-time at B.C.I.T in the Interior Design Department. She has taught Interior Design, Colour and Light, Business Practices, Space Planning, Design Theory, and Materials. When living in Toronto, Caroline was recognized as one of the top instructors at George Brown College – Toronto in 2000. Her articles and design ideas have appeared in publications in Toronto and Vancouver.
Among her many achievements was the enterprising project named “BOLDER” Furniture Design, a competition , exhibit, and forum for up and coming furniture designers and was well received in the design community, and by the public.
Caroline and her team has been instrumental in aiding their design clients in creating spaces that portrays the client’s requirements (we don’t impose our ideas on our client, we work with them to see and realize their own vision and desires). Caroline’s creative spirit and sense of joie de vie have her clients enjoying the space they were wishing for.