Liz Goldberg, Founder and Principal Designer at CAROLYNLEONA, translates her passion for food, fashion and all things beautiful, into the spaces she creates. Her style combines clean lines with depth; creating designs that are engaging and purposeful. Liz uses her outgoing personality and design expertise to turn a client’s vision into reality leaving every space well-dressed.
After completing her education with degrees in Interior Design, Textiles and Business, Liz began her career working in textiles and upholstery at Crate & Barrel. There she custom-created fabrics while learning from industry leaders`Nate Berkus and Mitchell Gold. Liz was then handpicked by Herman Miller to help bring their vision of creating a human-centered approach into office spaces and homes.
Liz resides in Raleigh with her husband, Mark and identical twin daughters, Lillian and Isla. She stays busy running her own business and chasing her toddlers, but always finds time for a good glass of wine!
Color, fabrics, and details galore, meet Lindy Stark. Lindy is our top notch design assistant here at CAROLYNLEONA keeping our clients’ projects organized, while sourcing eye catching fabrics to make each project unique. Lindy’s style focuses on detail and quality while incorporating bold features – so naturally she fits right into the vibe of CAROLYNLEONA. Lindy’s desire is to utilize textiles to influence emotion and pull together cohesive inviting spaces. While not busy studying and working at CL, Lindy is a daredevil and challenges herself to 14,000+ ft hikes and loves exploring new places. Travel and nature help her bring vision and inspiration to our team.
With over 10 years of shooting interiors, faces, and places, it’s no surprise that Michael felt right at home in our CAROLYNLEONA family as our professional drafter. Michael’s eye for scale, clear point of view, and ability for each vignette to tell its own story have enabled him to bring our sketches to life. Michael has been sketching since elementary school, where his creative brain allowed him to pass time in classes he deemed as boring. Drawing has made Michael a dreamer and he loves to visualize and bring concepts to life. These days Michael is inspired by architecture, structure, precision and details - he truly wants to know how things work and why, which helps to capture the essence of each space we create.