Cynthia Weber Design
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My philosophy on interior spaces revolves around the elegance of simplicity and living with the things we love. Our homes are not static, they evolve as we change and experience new places and perspectives. Building on this theme I feel it is important to incorporate the clients treasures in the space. They add dimension and connection, two elements necessary for a well rounded home.

Giving a nod to the classic elegance of the past while integrating current styles and living requirements is my goal. Whether your personal style is traditional, eclectic or contemporary, I will work with you , listen to your ideas and aspirations while adhering to your budget guidelines to create a space suited just for you.

I am a formally trained, accredited interior decorator and a member of the Canadian Decorators Association, CDECA.

My husband and business partner Kent and I are fortunate to live and work from our home BannockBurn 1878, a stone home in the countryside in beautiful Huron County Ontario Canada.

Our service areas include:
Grand Bend

Services Provided
Interior Design, Space Planning, Accessory Selection, Antique Procurement, Art Procurement, Renovation

Areas Served
Clinton, Bayfield, Bluewater, Seaforth, Kitchener, Waterloo, Grand Bend, Goderich, Stratford, London

Certifications and Awards
Best of Houzz 2015-2019
Canadian Decorators' Association
Beautiful Custom Interiors in Bayfield, Stratford, KW & London Areas

Contact: Cynthia Weber
Location: 39341 Vanastra Rd.
Clinton, Ontario N0M 1L0
Typical Job Costs: CAD 10,000 - CAD 500,000
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Commented: artwork in dining room It is wonderful isn't it! The artists' name is Yvon Gallant.
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