ASID Designer

Carrie Oesmann, ASID, principle and owner of Bailiwick Design LLC, is a well-respected and active member of the local and national interior design community. Period home renovations melbourne Her clients are spread throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and along the east coast. Meanwhile Bailiwick Design maintains its offices in Mt. Olive, New Jersey.

After a successful 10-year career as an award-winning graphic design professional, Carrie returned to college to pursue a degree in Interior Design. She is now an NCIDQ Certified Interior Designer, having completed the rigorous examination process.

As a member of the State Board of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Carrie has played a critical role in developing and maintaining the standards and ethics of interior design in New Jersey. She is continually traveling to various markets, showrooms and seminars to stay current in every aspect of her profession.

Her design honors include scholastic and design competition awards from both ASID and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). Carrie’s work has been featured on the pages of Design NJ Magazine, New York Spaces Magazine, New Jersey Home & Style Magazine, Morris Health & Life Magazine, Hunterdon Life Magazine, The Star Ledger, The Daily Record and The Courier News.

Bailiwick Design also takes an active role in the community. Last year Carrie spearheaded the renovation and interior design of an assisted-living facility for young adults with developmental disabilities in Newton, NJ called “Katie’s House.” Carrie is currently working as a volunteer on a project in Wharton, NJ to build a handicapped-accessible home for a disabled soldier injured in Iraq.

Supported by her office staff, Carrie focuses on helping her clients develop their own individual style while making everyone feel at ease in the process!

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