VOGUE’s Sheila Corasaniti-Cook, IDS is a national award-winning interior designer with more than 22 years of new construction and remodeling design experience. She relocated from the Midwest to Lee County in 1990. Sheila is a member of the Interior Design Society and has formal education and training in both commercial and residential Interior Design. Her personalized approach to design is much appreciated by VOGUE’s clients. “I feel it’s important to be involved with my clients from the very beginning of a project through the completion,” said Sheila. “As a designer, I would be doing them an injustice if I did not get to know them, their lifestyle and their needs. Having that knowledge allows me to help them create a home or space that reflects their personality and what’s important to them. As a result of that close interaction, my relationships with my clients are typically long lasting and very fulfilling.”
Because of her more than two decades of experience, Sheila is aware of how design concepts and approaches have evolved in recent years. Her designs reflect her innovative and creative use of color and texture, particularly in her window treatments, wall coverings and accessories. For her, each element of the design, including floor planning, is vital to creating a captivating personality and look for a space. Sheila is also involved in the community. She has worked with Symphony House and Ronald McDonald House of Lee County and participated in various charity initiatives and events through I.D.S. She is currently a member of the B.E.A.R. (Bonita Springs-Estero Area Realtors) Affiliates Committee.