Interior Design Calgary

Room4Refinement is owned by Calgary certified decorator Cat Hackman.

Cat provides interior design and decorating services in the Calgary area with some projects reaching as far as Vancouver and San Fransico. Cat's clean aesthetic and easy demeanour will help you create a welcoming, stylish, comfortable and practical home.

From renovation design to furniture arrangement, Cat's skill set is broad and projects of all sizes are welcome.  Let Cat help you the way she has helped hundreds of homeowners by creating new and fresh spaces, often using existing furnishings and decor. 

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Cat Hackman Certified Interior Decorator


Ever since childhood, Cat has been interested in interior design and decorating; arranging furniture, painting walls and re-decorating her own rooms. Growing up in Finland, she is inspired by simplicity, but with a major focus on functionality. "I am guided naturally by practicality," says Cat. I like Scandinavian design and the use of white in the home, it is calming (I love colour too). I am not a minimalist, but I try to encourage clients to de-clutter by getting rid of things not in use, and especially things you don't really like."

Cat is a certified interior decorator (CID) and a certified Interior Refiner, trained by Lauri Ward, founder of Use What You Have Interiors® in New York. 

Most important to us was Cat’s demeanor. She is personable, considerate of our time and very patient. We initially hired Cat to decorate a few rooms; we have now used her for every room in our home and are very pleased with the end result.
— Aneta Zuczek, Calgary, AB

At this collaborative consultation we will:

  • determine your needs, i.e. what you like, how you use each room we are working on (entertaining, working etc.) and what you hope to achieve;
  • discuss and recommend improvements to your home/rooms including paint, window treatments, lighting, floor, furniture and accessories;
  • identify the ten most common decorating mistakes so you can learn and be mindful of them in the future;
  • if feasible, move furniture and refine the use of your accessories; 
  • develop a to-do plan going forward or
  • if you want to implement the improvements yourself, you should take notes to help you when time and finances permit.

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