The story behind Liz Williams
Liz Williams Interiors is a full service interior design firm specializing in classic residential living spaces. We are experienced in working on both large and small projects, new construction, renovations, and historic restorations.
Liz Williams is an Atlanta native and a graduate of the College of Charleston. She holds a BFA in interior design from Georgia State University. After working for the Atlanta design firm Carter Kay Interiors for 5 years, Liz started her own design firm in 1998.
Since then, Liz has participated in the 2000, 2001, and 2002 Atlanta Symphony Decorator's Show Houses, the 2003, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Home for the Holidays Show House benefiting the Southeaster Horticultural Society's Children's Learning Garden and Farms, the 2004 Brookhaven Tour of Homes benefiting Ronald McDonald Houses, and Elle Decor's Dining by Design benefiting DIFFA. In 2014, was chosen by the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center to design a large vignette in their "Behind the Windows" spaces.
In January 2000, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles named Liz one of "Six Young Designers Worth Watching". She was also listed in the article "20 Under 40 - The Next Wave of Local Talent" in the March 2007 issue of Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. In July 2007, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles awarded a bathroom designed by Liz the Grand Prize in their Annual Bath Contest. In May 2011, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles chose Liz to design the interiors of their Luxury Living Kitchen at Phipps Plaza which was featured in the July 2011 issue. Another bathroom designed by Liz won the Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Bath Contest in July 2011. Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles magazine has asked Liz to judge both their Kitchen contest and Bath contest.
Liz has been published in various magazines including Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles. Decorating Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, Cottage Style, Decorating, Decor, Window and Wall, Bedroom and Bath and Baby Decor. Her work can be seen in Atlanta, St. Simons Island, MacRae, and Lake Oconee, Georgia; Amelia Island, Watersound, and Naples, Florida; Highlands and Raleigh, North Carolina; Larchmont, New York; and Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.