With 37 years in the business of design, Charlotte Moss is known for her timeless aesthetic, layered interiors and southern warmth. She has received numerous honors, including the New York School of Interior Design’s Centennial Medal and The Royal Oak Foundation’s Timeless Design award. Charlotte holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree from The New York School of Interior Design as well as Virginia Commonwealth University, her alma mater.
Charlotte has used her experience culled from thirty-seven years of decorating homes to design licensed collections with Century Furniture, Fabricut, Stark Carpet, Pickard, P.E. Guerin, Soicher Marin, IBU Clothing Artemis Design Company and more.
Charlotte lectures widely and is a prolific author, having published eleven books to date. Her latest, Charlotte Moss Flowers (Rizzoli, 2021) and Home: A Celebration: Notable Voices Reflect on the Meaning of Home (Rizzoli, 2021) which benefits No Kid Hungry.
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, The Order of Saint John, The Madoo Conservancy, the International Council of Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens and on the board of American Corporate Partners where she mentors veterans.