Charlotte McFadin

A native Houstonian, design maven Charlotte McFadin immediately gravitated to the trade that would later become her labor of love. This Memorial High School graduate attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth where she became a member of the Delta Gamma sorority. After she earned a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, Charlotte headed back home to the Bayou City to launch her career at a major interior design firm. With seventeen years of hands-on experience in single-family, multi-family, and high-end residential (and ten million bright ideas later…), Charlotte stayed true to her Texas roots and headed to the charming town of Cuero. Talent and flair in tow, she founded Lyndon West Interior Design in the tiny town that would prove to be the perfect birthplace for Charlotte’s legacy in the world of design. 

Don’t let the small town fool you. This Texas state-licensed and nationally certified interior designer has been awarded numerous prestigious national, state, and local awards for her design sensibility and excellence in the industry. Cuero may be small, but Charlotte’s achievements are anything but!

In her spare time, Charlotte loves to travel and discover new places, often finding inspiration for projects. She shows her sporty side by waterskiing, exercising, and fishing with her husband and daughter. As an active member of the community, she also enjoys volunteering with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the Cuero Chamber of Commerce, and the Victoria Junior League. Charlotte currently serves as the O'Conner Proctor Building Chair, as well as the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum Chairman for the Taste of the Trail. Having also stood as Decorations Chair for the Junior League Charity Ball for three years, Charlotte has become “Jane of all trades”.