For twenty years clients have unanimously agreed the designs of Cheryl Chenault Interiors reflect their tastes and lifestyles pulled into reality through her creative eye and her experience and dedication as a Registered Interior Designer. Her professional, collaborative approach, her knowledge of design styles, materials, textiles, furniture and art exceeds expectations time after time and is obvious with a look here at her wide-ranging portfolio.
Cheryl Chenault Interiors has comprehensive experience in residential construction and remodels, and participation in your project—large or small—will add value and save money through the focus and adaptability brought to bear in meeting your requirements. From simple consulting to active management, Cheryl Chenault Interiors is an award winning design firm whose President, Cheryl Chenault, is licensed with the Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design (NSBAIDRD.) She is also a Professional Member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID); an Allied Member of the American Institute of Architects, Northern Nevada (AIANN); and holds a Professional Certificate from the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ.)
A frequent contributing writer in her community, Cheryl’s projects and editorials have been photographed and featured in the Grand Sierra Magazine; ASID Studio49; Reno Magazine; and Reno-Gazette Journal. Her projects have also appeared nationally in Dwell Magazine, and internationally in Das Ideale Heim. Over thirty client reviews can be read on Houzz.com making her the most reviewed designer in the area (insert link to review page here).
A Nevada native, Cheryl has worked extensively from Reno to the Carson Valley and Incline Village, from Truckee to Las Vegas, and boasts clients in Hawaii, California, Santa Fe, New York, Florida and Chicago. So whether it’s close to home in Northern Nevada or across the country, whether it’s new construction or a major remodel—choosing Cheryl Chenault Interiors for your next interior design project is the first step to its successful and satisfying completion.