Design Services


About Our Design Services...

Traditions has four of Charlotte's top notch interior designers on staff. Working with a beautiful collection of furnishings, these designers have left their special touch on many of this city's homes.

Over its 26 year history, Traditions has grown from a tiny space to its present location of over 7,700 square feet. Shoppers can select from some of the industry's top lines including Lee Industries, Wesley Hall, Jonathan Charles, Hancock and Moore, and Sherrill Furniture.

These resources available to the Traditions' designers, make it a pleasure for both the customer and the designer as they work to choose the right piece for the home.

If you would be interested in an in-home consultation with either of our designers, please contact us. We are happy to provide a list of customers who have found our design style to be just what they wanted.


Learn More About Our Designers


Olivia Smith

Experience: 7 years of design experience at Traditions and 1 year at a Kitchen and Bath Company

Degrees: Degree in Interior Design and Fashion Merchandising from Olivet outside Chicago

Her Look: Clean, Classic, & Layered


Casey Maslanka

Experience: 15 years of Design experience

Degrees: Degree in Interior Design and Fashion Merchandising from the University of Georgia

Her Look: Transitional style and does anything from new construction/renovation to single room design


Sarah Andrews

Experience: 15 and a half years of design experience. Sarah has been at Traditions since 2008 and before that, worked at Lindsay Daniel Architecture in an interior architecture capacity.

Degrees: BA degree in Art History from UNC-CH. As well as a Commercial and Residential Interior Design degree from Central Piedmont Community College

Her Look: Transitional, with some traditional elements. Livable, casual, comfortable. 


Sumner Holman

Experience: With 27 years of design experience, Sumner started her career in fashion where she was hired by a highly respected interior designer who inspired her to go into the field of design. Sumner's work can be seen in, Columbian Metropolitan Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens Decorating Magazine, & Home Beautiful.