A native of Baton Rouge, Christine Cain received a Bachelor of Interior Design from LSU in 1984. Christine began her interior design career in New York City where she worked on residential projects throughout the country and abroad. In 1993, Christine joined the renowned interior designer Jed Johnson as a senior designer and went on to have a seventeen year career at the firm. Christine has become known for her refined understated style and has honed a unique collaborative approach to each individual project. “Our goal is to create inspired interior spaces that reflect the lifestyle of our clients and their own individual style.”
Christine Cain is the principal and owner of Christine Cain Design with offices in New York, New York and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Stacy holds two degrees in interior design, one from LSU and one from the New York School of Interior Design. She passed her NCDIQ and became licensed in the State of Texas while working on large corporate office projects at Corgan and Benson Hlavaty Architects in Dallas, TX. In 2012 Stacy made the leap to product and relocated to Washington, DC. Stacy was named a HiP Award Winner from Interior Design Magazine in 2019 and has served on boards for IIDA since 2013. She currently works as a National Sales Manager with Armstrong Flooring where she executes commercial real estate strategies for national and global retail brands.
After graduating from LSU, he pursued graduate study at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he earned an M.F.A. in 2003. After working in exhibit design (interning at the Field Museum then architectureisfun), he taught interior design at Central Michigan University and Indiana State University and recently launched his own residential interior design practice. He lives in Marquette, Michigan on Lake Superior.