About Heather


Heather Wojick ASID, owner of Creative Design Solutions has been in business for 13 years serving her clients to enhance their interior and exterior spaces at home.   



She has an Interior Design Project included in the National Coffee Table Book, "Decorator Showhouses - Tour 250 Designer Rooms."


Heather has won Multiple Awards: 

  • HBAC, Home Builders Ass.
    of  Charlotte - for Kitchen
    and Bath Remodel Design  
  • ASID - for Interior Design  
  • APA & Southern Pine Council-"Design Your Dream Home-under 3,000 sq. ft."

She also has Degrees in:

  • Interior Design, BA Degree
  • Architectural Drafting,
    AA Degree

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Look to Creative Design Solutions for Remarkable Designs and Drawings For:
  • Renovation Design for Kitchens, Bathrooms and Interior Remodel Projects
  • Home Additions for Master Suites, Second Floors and Exterior Upfits
  • New Construction of Homes, Vacation Retreats and Pool Houses
  • Storage/Closet Design including Offices, Laundry and Craft Rooms
  • Outdoor Living Spaces, Site Layout and Water Features
Organizational Tip


Create a file system for your home or business. Use a short term filing area that contains items to be taken care of immediately. Once those are paid or responded to, transfer them to your long term system (binders, buckets or a filing cabinet) to be filed at some point.

Green Design Tip


Don't have a green thumb? That's okay! We have an easy answer for you. Composting is a great way to eliminate waste and the results can be really beneficial for spring growing. Don't forget this a really fun thing to do with your kids, too, while teaching them about sustainability and green living.

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March 2014
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Spring is on it's way! 


I know cold weather is still among us, but I can sense the small hints of spring. Warm weather bursts have begun warming up some of our days (today not included!), plants are starting to emerge from the dirt, and new activity is stirring in business and life. This is just a natural time for people to want to start a new project. As we begin to spend more time outside, and the sun streams into our homes, we want to rejuvenate our space. Now is a great time to get into the groove for starting a new project. We can ease you in by walking you through the first phase of the design process in this month's newsletter.  


Warm thoughts,


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Creative Design Solutions

Project Parameters Process


Each client we have the privilege to work with is walked through the same design process. We'd like to share that with you step-by-step, starting with the project parameters. This is where we get a full understanding of what you would like for your new space. Here's how we do it... 


Initial contact.

Our favorite part - we get to meet you! First in our process is discussing initial parameters. What are your expectations? What do you need? What do you want? Because sometimes needs, wants and expectations turn out to be different things! What is your budget? This information helps us to know if your needs and wants are in line with your expectations and budget. HGTV, for example, can sometimes portray an unrealistic expectation of what a specific budget can provide. We want to set realistic expectations with you without stifling creativity or the integrity of the project. You are encouraged to send over magazine clippings, houzz accounts or pinterest boards with ideas and thoughts on what you like.  


"Before" kitchen during initial walk through. Stay tuned for the "after" reveal!

Set up a time to meet.

Next, we set up a time to walk through the house with you to discuss your vision further. You will find that we ask about more than just the area you want to work on. Our goal is to make the house more functional. And to do that, we need to know how you use the space. For instance, if you bring us in to rework the kitchen, we may want to know about your children and animals, how you enter the house or how your guests enter the house, etc. This tells us how to work the flow of the space. This meeting takes about an hour.


Create a design proposal.

After we get all the fun details from you, we get to work pulling together an outline of the requirements of the design. If we're designing a kitchen, for instance, we will include information about the basic appliances, flow to other rooms, storage requirements, countertop needs, focal point within the space, etc. We will also estimate time to do the design. In our proposal, we will include the four design phases:

  1. Project parameters
  2. Conceptual design
  3. Construction documentation
  4. Construction consultation

Once this is done, you will have a realistic estimate of what the cost will be to do the design work. We will email this to you when complete. Once you have had a chance to review it, we discuss any questions you may have and move forward.


Measure the existing structure.

After the proposal has been accepted, we will come out and measure the structure. If you have house plans already, that's beneficial (but not necessary). We will take dimensions regardless to ensure our drawing is as accurate as possible. We take into account existing parameters such as HVAC, plumbing, etc restraints within the project. Many clients have specific pieces of furniture that need to be included in the space or appliances that we need to design around. We measure these as well.


Once these steps are completed, I am now prepared to sit down and start working on the conceptual design (drawing the space and coming up with options). This is when the magic starts and we get to be creative with how we transform the new space. This my favorite part of the process! We'll go more into depth next month.


Call Heather today at 704.708.4466 to schedule your initial meeting to start the conceptual design process for your home!


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Cope Closets

I use Cope Closet designs for many of my clients. I love their product because I can design your closet the way that will best fit your needs. Your contractor will install it to my design specifications. Take a look at some of their new photographs of the installed systems! 


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