With 35 years in the business of design, Charlotte Moss is known for her timeless aesthetic, layered interiors, southern warmth and keen eye. She has received numerous honors, including the New York School of Interior Design’s Centennial Medal, Housing Works’ Groundbreaker’s Award, The Royal Oak Foundation’s Timeless Design award, and is named one of Elle Décor’s Grand Master List of Top Designers.
Charlotte has used her experience culled from thirty-five years of decorating homes to design collections of furniture and upholstery with Century Furniture, fabrics and trims for Fabricut, carpets and sisals for Stark Carpet, china for Pickard, her own photography with Soicher Marin, clothing with IBU Movement, and cuff bracelets with P.E. Guerin. She has recently collaborated with Artemis Design Company to create mules using textiles from her world travels.
Charlotte lectures widely and is a prolific author, having published twelve books to date. CHARLOTTE MOSS FLOWERS (Rizzoli, 2021) and Home: A Celebration: Notable Voices Reflect on the Meaning of Home (Rizzoli, 2021) are her most recent titles.
Of all her work, philanthropy plays an important role in her life. Charlotte is Emerita Trustee of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, on the Board of The Bone Marrow Foundation, American Corporate Partners where she mentors veterans, The Madoo Conservancy, a member of the International Council of Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens, and on the Advisory Board of The New York School of Interior Design where she holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree.