Carolina V. Gentry, RID


Services Provided
Interior Design, Online Shop, Hospitality Interior Design, Residential Interior Design, Commercial Interior Design

Areas Served
National

Prominent Areas:
Seattle, Dallas, Chicago, New York

Business Description
Pulp Design Studios is recognized for their modern approach to design with a flair for the unexpected. Each space that Pulp Design Studios designs is dynamic, balanced, and infused with the personality of the individual client.

Creating beautiful spaces that reflect individual style, is the easy part! The true value lies in utilizing the creative and thoughtful design, to enhance your home’s value, increase your workplace productivity, and even help to increase sales for your business.

Pulp Design Studios leverages more than 20 years of combined residential, commercial and hospitality interior design experience. Through the education and hands-on knowledge of your design team, Pulp designers guide and manage your design project, providing clear communication on budgets, timelines, aesthetic, and quality to meet and exceed client expectations.

The Pulp Design Studios team works with a love of beauty, design, furniture, textiles, and the desire to create a space that tells each clients’ story. The team stays up to date on the latest trends, styles, and design strategies through continuing education, hands on experience, market travels, and by authoring the popular design and lifestyle blog, Hello, Splendor.

Unique design creation for each client is a critical requirement in every aspect of each project. Pulp Design Studios’ background in custom furniture design & product development will help to create one of a kind pieces to enhance your home. The founders and senior team at Pulp Design Studios, Registered Interior Designers Beth Dotolo & Carolina V Gentry, have a goal to create a stunning space that is functional, livable, and adaptable to each client’s lifestyle.

It’s not just about a beautiful space, it’s how you live in it.

Also, shop our original designs and curated goods at PulpHome.com.

Certification and Awards
ASID Legacy of Design Award
Location:
Dallas, TX US 
Contact:
Carolina Gentry, RID, NCIDQ 
Type:
 
Address:
381 Casa Linda Plaza #246
Dallas, TX 75218 
Fax:
(214) 504-2606 
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Chevron, Herringbone, Flame Stitch: What’s the Difference?

Make the right point by learning the differences among these 3 popular zigzag patterns Full Story
     Comment   August 7, 2014
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fairycake
Love the patterns
August 11, 2014 at 11:14PM   
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scarbowcow
I often find myself in rooms with herringbone-patterned floors in Europe, and recently was wondering to myself if the pattern was 'invented' to use up small bits of wood - cheaper than long, wide planks from tall trees.

Coming from the Pacific Northwest of the USA, I tend to think that plank floors are a sign of having spent a lot of money, and that the longer and wider the planks (especially longer), the more likely that the floor was made from mature, old-growth trees. On 'This Old House' I've noticed that often new hardwood floors have short pieces while old hardwood floors have very long planks, because of the availability of very tall, old-growth trees a hundred or more years ago when the houses were built. But here in Central Europe, it seems that a hundred or more years ago, people went in for 'parquet flooring' in a herringbone pattern using very small pieces of wood. Herringbone-patterned wood floors are considered very elegant and desirable. But I can't help but look at them as cheap (despite the labor-intensiveness of putting one in) because of my bias toward long, wide planks as a sign of quality, old-growth wood.

Does anyone know if using the more difficult herringbone pattern was a sort of 'compensation' for using cheaper, short pieces of wood?
August 14, 2014 at 10:14AM   
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Review by pattyfred:

I have worked with Carolina for over 15 years. She is professional, smart, detail oriented, and timely in her design process. She always provides the best pro...
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Carolina is wonderful! She has worked on numerous projects for me but mainly the overhaul of our master bedroom (paint, draperies, custom pillows/bedding), acce...
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