Chad Alan is an established designer with a tremendously diverse background spanning the past 21 years. 

During his education, he received three design degrees including:  Fashion and Textiles, Costume and Stage Design, and Interior Design. 

After completing his Master’s Thesis, Chad moved to the District of Columbia and shortly thereafter began, Chad Alan Designs, LLC. 

His Interior Design work has been featured in Home and Design, The Washingtonian, as well as The Washington Post

In 2006, The Washington Post asked Chad to write an article for their Business section about designing your home after graduating from college. 

The Washingtonian selected his work on Washington Redskin, Chris Samuel’s Residence for their “10 Best Homes” issue. 

In 2006, he participated in the Kennedy Center’s Annual, National Symphony Show House.  The room was an inspired sitting area with a custom built in bar titled, “The Orchid Garden”. 

Chad’s work also spans into fine arts and in 2001 he was awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts and Humanities for their “Young Emerging Artist Grant”. 

His work as been seen in the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery as well as The Corcoran Gallery of Art and he currently has seven galleries that represent his tapestries. 

Chad Alan’s design philosophy is simple, “Why live a beige life when anything is possible?”