Carol Ruth Weber

Carol Ruth Weber

Carol Ruth Weber is living a hectic life on Long Island in Sea Cliff, NY. Carol began her career as a Theatrical Costume and Set Designer and segued into the world of Interior Design. Along the way Carol honed her skills as both an Interior Designer and Personal Assistant.

Carol has twenty-eight years of experience in the field of design with intensive work in all phases of Interior Design, Architectural Design, and working with Green Design. She has the excellent ability to conceptualize interior detailing including lighting/color/materials/finish selections, space planning and architectural elements with a strong knowledge and experience with the construction process. She personally oversees all of her projects from conception to completion.

As a Personal Life Designer, Carol has been taken into service by individuals and businesses. She assists clients with the daily battles to find enough time in every day to do all that is needed to do in order to enjoy their life and to be happy with their surroundings.

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Bachelor of Fine Arts, Design/ Technology SUNY, College at Purchase AutoCAD (5 CEU credits) certificate (2009) Island Drafting and Technical Institute REVIT (2010) New York Institute of Technology, LE


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