BETSY BERRY
I believe the client experience is imperative.
It is my job to deliver you an environment you fall in love with every day while making the complicated process a simple one.”
BACKGROUND
After studying fashion design in Italy, Betsy moved to New York City to pursue her career in design. She attended The New York School of Interior Design, and spent eight years working alongside world-renowned designers like David Easton and AD100’s Sills Huniford.

After studying fashion design in Italy, Betsy moved to New York City to pursue her career in design. She attended The New York School of Interior Design, and spent eight years working alongside world-renowned designers like David Easton and AD100’s Sills Huniford.

While in New York, Betsy completed luxury commercial projects like The Connaught Hotel in London and The St. Regis Washington DC, as well as large-scale residential projects throughout the United States. During this time, she learned the importance of detail-driven design in a world of mass production; focusing on hand-selected pieces, partnering with artisans for custom finishes & fabrication, and finding newfound beauty in antique materials.

In 2013, she returned to her Lowcountry roots and launched B. Berry Interiors in Charleston, SC. With a diverse portfolio spanning both commercial, residential and hospitality projects, Betsy’s work has been featured in Domino, Garden & Gun, Southern Living, Architectural Digest and more.

Betsy Berry Design
“It’s my goal to create interiors that inspire. Whether it’s a commercial project or a home, I love collaborating with my clients to create a clean, beautiful space that feels sophisticated yet relaxed — innovative yet inviting. Interiors that create harmony through variation, curation and comfort.”

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BACKGROUND

After studying fashion design in Italy, Betsy moved to New York City to pursue her career in design. She attended The New York School of Interior Design, and spent eight years working alongside world-renowned designers like David Easton and AD100’s Sills Huniford.

While in New York, Betsy completed luxury commercial projects like The Connaught Hotel in London and The St. Regis Washington DC, as well as large-scale residential projects throughout the United States. During this time, she learned the importance of detail-driven design in a world of mass production; focusing on hand-selected pieces, partnering with artisans for custom finishes & fabrication, and finding newfound beauty in antique materials.

In 2013, she returned to her Lowcountry roots and launched B. Berry Interiors in Charleston, SC. With a diverse portfolio spanning both commercial, residential and hospitality projects, Betsy’s work has been featured in Domino, Garden & Gun, Southern Living, Architectural Digest and more.