Why Choose Tina?

CCIDC Certified Designer

Tina’s Interior Design Resources was born on my dining room table in 1984. I had severed my business partnership and was out on my own. I withdrew $200 out of savings and opened my business checking account. Most of my clients decided to stay with me for their home furnishings, so I was off and running within two months. Tina’s Interior Design Resources was previously located in a 3,000-square-foot boutique in Mission Square Retail Complex in Redding, CA. I now work from my home office in Redding.

The subcontractors who work with Tina’s Interior Design Resources are talented, experienced individuals committed to your complete satisfaction.  Tina & her crew go ‘Above & Beyond’ in Service. We would love the opportunity to work with you on your next remodeling or interior decorating project, large or small.

Selecting An Interior Designer

Advantages of Choosing Tina’s Design Resources for your Interior Design Needs:

Tina is the only C.C.I.D.C. credentialed Interior Designer in this area. (California Council for Interior Design Certification). The California Council for Interior Design Certification administers the Certified Interior Designers Law under Chapter 3.9, Sect. 5800 of the California Business and Professions Code. Certification by CCIDC is the highest standard of professionalism for interior designers in the State of California.

  • Tina has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design
  • Tina has her Contractor’s B License #747206
  • Tina has also been “Green Certified”

  • Tina is “Lead Safe Paint Certified” by the EPA – EPA Renovator Certification #R-I-116931-13-00727
  • She is a CA Certified Small Business Construction Supplier #1760647
  • She received a Letter of Recognition from ‘Traditional Home’ Magazine

Tina was a member of A.S.I.D. (American Society of Interior Designers) and was the secretary on the board of the local Phoenix Chapter when living there. Tina enjoys charity work and has a passion for helping veterans and the homeless.  She enjoys giving a “hand up” to people in the community in need of her help.  Tina believes in practicing her random acts of kindness.