Charmaine Wynter B.ID., IIDA

HGTV Design Pioneer 

An international, multi-award-winning Interior Design professional, Charmaine specializes in a “laid back luxe” style that is as functional as it is beautiful. Her successful creative vision features design influences from Canada, the United States, the Caribbean, and Europe to create fiercely loyal clients and fans from across the globe. She is especially noted for her innovative use of colors and textures to bring to life her design vision. Charmaine believes an expert Interior Designer marries effective Interior Design skills with mental and emotional health to create interiors that promote wellness.


As a noted speaker, Charmaine’s expertise is sought in numerous interviews, seminars, host, correspondent appearances, and conference engagements. Her thousands of followers engage regularly through her social media channels as Charmaine showcases innovative yet practical discoveries for her residential and commercial customers. And on the Clubhouse social platform, she is the founder of the Design Masters Group – the largest, English-speaking Interior Design room on the platform – where design professionals discuss everything from the latest style trends to marketing to industry-related laws, regulation, and finances.


Today, she uses her passion for interior design to lead her team, providing concierge services with timely turnaround to shape and transform executive homes, vacation rentals, offices, and turn-key resorts for her bespoke clientele.


Charmaine is currently in discussions to bring new television and podcast shows to market.


Charmaine Wynter          

Eleven years old.

That’s how old Charmaine Wynter was when she first realized her talent for interior design as she designed the family’s living room to rave reviews from family friends. Her God-given talent was encouraged when a retail store manager realized that departments merchandised by Charmaine had higher sales volumes than other departments, leading to a move to Toronto to study Interior Design. From that point on, Charmaine has been a force in the Interior Design industry – on television, in print, online, and in person.


In the 1990s, Charmaine was at the inception of design reality television, appearing on Canadian TV for nine seasons of The Decorating Challenge (a precursor to Trading Spaces), Room to Grown on W-Network Canada for two seasons, and on Divine Restoration in Canada and the US on Vision Network. Her popular Ask a Designer newspaper advice column led to a stint on local radio where fans called in to discuss topics for improving their home and office spaces. Years later, a move to Dallas sparked The Living Well radio Show, which eventually moved from radio to reach a wider podcast audience. Charmaine’s works and thoughts have appeared in countless US and Canadian magazines.