About Workroom C
Founded in 2006, Workroom C specializes in designing homes for growing families. We are guided by the ethos that your space can be both beautiful and functional, and always aim to reflect your family's lifestyle. Whether completing a single room makeover or creating a dream home, we craft designs that are inspired, practical, and fun.
Essential to our process is collaboration with all our partners, from contractors to painters and all of our projects are handled with honesty and integrity. This synergistic approach enables us to transform your design vision into a reality.
Carolyn Rebuffel Flannery
Principal Designer Carolyn Rebuffel Flannery brings a intuitive, thoughtful approach to each project she completes. After building a career as an antique store owner, buyer, and merchandiser, Carolyn transitioned into interior design, crafting practical yet beautiful interiors that reflect her clients' unique lifestyles.
As a mother of four, Carolyn understands the value of creating family-friendly spaces with durable, multi-functional furnishings. Her work highlights unconventional lighting, savvy design solutions, and a healthy mix of high and low pieces.
In addition to designing artful interiors, Workroom C offers fabric by the yard, pillows, drapery, and bespoke soft goods.
Carolyn holds a BA in Art History from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a MPS in Hotel Administration from Cornell University.
Lucy Allen joined Carolyn Rebuffel Designs as a Design Assistant in 2016. With an extensive background in space planning and AutoCAD drafting, Lucy’s aim is to design conceptually-connected spaces. “Rooms that are integrated function better,” says Lucy. “My job is to figure that how we can do that for each client.”
Based in Chicago, Lucy began her interior design studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2010 she graduated with a BFA in Interior Architecture from Columbia College in Chicago. After college she served as Visual Merchandiser at Crate & Barrel, as well as a sales associate for The Robert Allen Duralee Group as well as Stark Carpets, both trade-only showrooms.
In her spare time, Lucy scours thrift shops for small furniture pieces to reupholster.