Conveniently located to serve the areas of Birmingham, Alabama

Heidi H. Core, RID, IIDA is a graduate of LSU with a Bachelor of Interior Design from the LSU School of Architecture and is a member of the International Interior Design Association. She is a licensed and NCIDQ certified interior designer with extensive capability with CAD design and architectural drawings which is not the same as “decorators” who do not have the degree or the architectural training. Furthermore she has over 30 years of experience in both commercial and residential design in multiple states.

Most of her time has been spent in commercial design which has included medical design, both hospital, private office, and outpatient surgery center, as well as hospitality such as her work on the historic Musgrove County Club. She currently is the founder and owner of Heidi Core Interior Design, LLC in Birmingham, Alabama. She previously worked for Interior Design Magazine’s Top 100 Giants, as well as Andre Staffelbach of Dallas, Texas, a member of the Interior Design Hall of Fame.

Her healthcare experience was launched by becoming a member of the Mayo Clinic Department of Design in Rochester, Minnesota where she had the unique opportunity to work in healthcare design from the inside out at one of the premier medical institutions in the world. She built experience after coming to Birmingham where she joined the architecture firm of CLJ which was one of the primary firms responsible for the design of multiple rehabilitation facilities.

Heidi is a member of the Junior League of Birmingham, a member of the Heart Guild of Birmingham, a Past President of the Jefferson County Medical Society Alliance, a Chi Omega Alumna and recipient of the IIDA’s Best of Small Healthcare for 2013.

Heidi is a current board member of the Alabama Interior Design Coalition, an organization that informs consumers about Interior Design registration and serves to protect the legislative safeguards of the profession.

In 2015, Heidi’s team had the honor and pleasure of joining forces with the Homes for our Troops organization, Stephen Ray Building Company and Scott Phillips Architecture to create an adaptive custom home for United States Army soldier Noah Galloway.