CARVER — Southcoast Kitchen Designs, 247 Tremont St., recently announced that Angela Carlson has joined the firm as residential designer.
In this role, Carlson will offer clients personalized consulting and attention while helping them create special places throughout their home, including kitchens, baths, master suites, libraries, laundry rooms and other living spaces. She brings extensive familiarity with the Plain & Fancy cabinetry line, offered by Southcoast Kitchen Designs, as well as other higher end product lines, including Wood-Mode, SubZero and Wolf.
Carlson’s experience in the interior design industry spans 14 years. Prior to joining Southcoast Kitchen Designs, she worked at Roomscapes Luxury Design Center, The Custom Cabinet Shoppe and The Home Depot.
Carlson, a resident of Duxbury, earned her associate’s degree from the Burdett School of Business. She is affiliated with the National Kitchen and Bath Association. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, baking and spending time at the beach with her family. She also volunteers at New Hope Chapel in Plymouth.
“We are thrilled to welcome Angela to the Southcoast Kitchen Designs team,” said Matt Arguin, president of Southcoast Kitchen Designs. “Angela has great skill in understanding people and working with them to create personal spaces designed specifically for them and their lifestyles. We know our clients will benefit from her years of experience and expansive knowledge of high-demand cabinetry lines, such as Plain & Fancy.”