Asheville Interior Design - Press and Profiles for April Gahagan-Fore and FS Design Group



Interior Designers- Asheville, NC

If you’re looking for an Interior Designer in Asheville, NC, take a good look at April Gahagan-Fore and the FS Design Group. They are well known to be interior designers who make any space (corporate to collegiate, pub to club, boutique to bathroom) into something amazing, combining client dreams with designing know-how.

That reputation puts the in the public eye, with profile pieces and glowing reviews galore.

Below are some articles of note. 

Hot off The press
Profile Pic for April Gahagan-Fore in Carolina Home & Garden

Asheville Interior Designer Profile – April Gahagan

(Excerpted from a Carolina Home and Garden profile Article by Carolyn Comeau) Furniture designer’s pivot during the pandemic yielded a more well-rounded company What began as a custom furniture supplier with contracts ranging from individuals to exclusive housing developments to hospitality businesses (including U.S. embassies and U.S. State Department facilities) has blossomed into a boutique interior design firm with a client focus second to none and a record of converting client desires into personalized, functional spaces for homes and commercial buildings.  In an interview with Carolina Home & Garden, April Gahagan-Fore details how FS Design weathered the pandemic and came

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Profile: From Beer to Bangkok – Asheville Interior Designer April Gahagan-Fore

Excerpted from:Carolina Home and Garden  by Paul Howey.   Photo by Studio 828 Photography April Gahagan-Fore is a Western North Carolina native, and her designs go around the world. “While most 16-year-olds were working at McDonald’s, I was learning how to lay tile in a spec house,” says April Gahagan-Fore, whose grandparents and father were general contractors. She is the vice president and principal designer of Furniture Specialties, the upholstered-furniture crafting, repair, and restoration company she owns with her husband Bryan. Their spacious, sunny new design center and showroom is replete with possibilities for the residential shopper. Even a quick glance

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Commercial Projects

Green Space goes Literal – Asheville Eatery Interior Design

(Excerpted from a Carolina Home and Garden profile Article by Paul Howey) Restaurant opts for warmth and foliage over wood and metal Asheville’s tallest buildings create a wind tunnel. And when winter squalls hit, that makes downtown strolls downright bitter. But new restaurant The Greenhouse offers something like a tropical oasis. “With the space — a concrete shell across from another concrete shell [the city-owned Rankin Avenue Garage] in the middle of the city — it only seemed right to fill it with as many plants as possible,” adds Baker. And thus “The Greenhouse” concept was born. “Plants just make me

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