Oregon Designer, Cheryl Von Tress, Uses Skill for Greater Good

Cheryl von Tress uses her interior design skills for the greater good. The Jacksonville, Oregon. designer has volunteered her services to a number of local nonprofit organizations, including DoveSong Children’s Choir, CASA of Jackson County, Southern Oregon Humane Society, Providence Hospital Festival of Trees, Habitat for Humanity of the Rogue Valley, Mobility Unlimited, The ARC of Jackson County, and several area churches.

She founded Cheryl von Tress Design Group in 2004 in Jacksonville. The business serves Southern Oregon and Northern California.

Among her services, von Tress offers kitchen and bath design including custom cabinetry, furniture design, garden space consulting, room renderings, lighting design, furniture design and drafting, window treatments, and artwork hanging.

On the commercial side, her work has included reflected ceiling plans, lighting plans, architect and general contractor liaison, door and window schedules, furniture plans, and cabinetry design.

She prides herself on her excellent working relationships with clients, as well as contractors, tradespeople, craftspeople, and vendors, and her integrity in project accounting and fees management.

Von Tress is a registered designer with 29 Design Showroom in Medford, Ore., and is a member of the San Francisco Design Center and Pacific Design Center. She is a featured designer with Ava Living.

Her work has been featured in a HomeLife Magazine cover story. She writes a regular column for The Jacksonville Review.

Upon seeing Cheryl’s work, one of her clients wrote, “Our jaws dropped when we saw what Cheryl had designed with the walls and artwork. She re-hung the art and my friends asked if I had bought new pieces. Our beloved antiques really look like they belong in the room now.”