CRT-designed rooms are not fussy and over designed. They leave room for each client’s history, personality and input: I design for people and their living requirements, not for the pages of a magazine. When we complete a project, our clients can walk into a space and immediately feel a sense of comfort and ease. Lamps are at the right height for reading, artwork hung for the best effect, and furniture grouped so that it works well for the inhabitants. We also provide healthy and eco-friendly options to minimize toxicity levels and to create a more responsibly designed environment.”
When you choose to work with C. Randolph Trainor Interiors, you opt for a company known for its quality work, healthy materials and an easy, worry-free process. Whether you are renovating a room or building a new structure, Randy Trainor will help you to negotiate the project’s many complexities and avoid costly situations such as poor workmanship that needs to be fixed, materials that are not well-suited to the weather, or missed deadlines.
Randy Trainor, owner of C. Randolph Trainor, LLC, is an award-winning interior designer who has been helping clients nationwide for over 30 years. Her work has been featured in hard cover interior design books as well as a variety of periodicals. Randy is an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers and holds the GREENleader certification from the Sustainable Furnishings Council.
Randy has a B.A. in Art History, with a concentration in Architectural History. She has taught numerous classes to other design professionals, including a course delineating the process of working with a design team of architect, builder and interior designer to take a project from the blueprint stage through to completion. She is also a popular lecturer. Several times a year, she delivers talks on topics as varied as current design trends, or how to incorporate sustainable design into one’s home decor.
For the past 30 years, Randy and her husband have lived in New Hampshire, where they have raised three children. When not working, the family can be found on the ski slopes or on the golf course.