CANDY WESTON / principal designer

Candy Weston was born with a creative, intuitive spirit. She began her design career centered around decorative painting, plastering and faux finishing. As Candy became more successful, her clients hired her as their designer which grew her business into a more design focused business called Weston Design. Since then, it has flourished into a full-service interior design firm. After 15 years of networking Candy has created a knowledgeable team of professionals allowing her to bring the best talent to her client's projects. Weston Design focuses on creating a compelling space for both residential and commercial clients. With accent art, inspirational colors, and energy cleansing, she encourages clients to reinvent their space to discover the perfect aesthetic.


Honoring the power to influence our lives in all that is seen and unseen in our spaces, we create our lives. By intentionally creating spaces that resonate with your daily life and routine, together Candy enhances and invests in your well-being. 


She focuses on understanding what your family stands for, your values and beliefs, and the true essence of who you are. You, yourself, influence what she brings to the textiles, art, and furniture placement. Find your own inspiration in family heirlooms, or compliment your look with your favorite accents to create harmony between you and your surroundings. Together, Candy will find whatever makes you laugh, sigh, and fills your heart with joy. Let Candy craft a room that becomes your favorite place to make new memories. 


Candy spends her year living between South Burlington, Vermont and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, with her partner, Tim Kavanagh and their Costa Rican rescue dog, Adora. She enjoys traveling, reading almost anything, devoting time to spiritual and personal growth and spending time with her and Tim’s adult children. She dedicates time advocating for caregivers and she and Tim volunteer thru out the year to multiple organizations that support cancer patients, caregivers and their families.


top right photo: Jessica Tampas

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