Christine Burdick Design provides interior design services to help local Vermont businesses attract and retain the best employees by designing creative interior spaces that energize and improve productivity. We have had the opportunity to create branded spaces for some of the most interesting companies in Vermont ranging from large scale projects like Champlain College, Ben & jerry’s, The Essex Culinary Resort and Spa and Mount Snow to smaller retail shops like Patagonia and Cabot. We specialize in commercial interiors and provide unique, custom designs that are colorful, unexpected and whimsical.

Christine Burdick Design provides a unique approach to interior design by working closely to understand each of our client’s brand, vision and values. We then translate the essence of their brand into bold, colorful, inspired interior environments that are unexpected and fun. This in turn helps our clients attract and retain employees and increases productivity. We partner with several local artisans, 3D animation and rendering providers, furniture makers, signage makers and graphic designers. This allows us to create truly custom pieces that are designed and fabricated locally- an offering that is very special and important to our clients and our community.

Christine Burdick, IIDA, LEED AP

Christine BurdickWith over 18 years of professional interior design experience working with national brands, Christine Burdick brings a bold, fresh approach to each project. Christine is a Vermont girl at heart and has worked as an interior designer in New York City and Washington DC. Christine Burdick Design was established in 2010 when Christine recognized the need for a commercial interior design studio in Vermont. As a LEED Accredited professional, Christine has a strong commitment to a sustainable design initiative.

Kaitlin Mangan, CID

Kaitlin ManganKaitlin began working for Christine Burdick Design in the winter of 2010, after graduating with a Bachelors of Interiors Design from Sage College. Her attention to detail, creative eye and professional approach quickly made her an invaluable part of the team. Since receiving her NCIDQ Certification in 2018, Kaitlin has taken a lead on many projects. In addition to her strength as a creative force, she fosters the type of client-designer relationship we value at Christine Burdick Design. Her standards for design and professionalism are high and she works diligently to meet them every day.

Anna Vaughn

Anna VaughnIn 2014, Anna earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior Architecture from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point. Prior to joining Christine Burdick Design, she worked as a hospitality designer in the Orlando, Florida area, contributing to branded and boutique hotel and timeshare projects located nationwide.

Leigh Fisher

Leigh FisherLeigh Fisher started working at Christine Burdick Design as Office Manager in April 2017. Leigh has Bachelors degrees from Bucknell University in Spanish and International Relations and a Master’s degree in International Relations the University of Denver. She has a background in internal sales finance at International Channel Networks and small business management at Clover Creek, At the office, every day is a bit different as an Office Manager, but Leigh prides herself in supporting the designers at Christine Burdick Design to have the tools to excel in their creative visions.  


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A New Look for the New Year

Last year, Christine Burdick Design rebranded. launching a new logo in late 2016 (thanks to Pluck). The birdhouse in our logo is a playful take on Christine’s last name, Burdick. Christine grew up with a love of birds, watching them year after year develop from nest to egg to hatchling. In its simplest form and shape, a birdhouse represents warmth and comfort, something we convey in each project. It is a recognizable shape, easily distinguished at first glance. Over the years, we’ve gifted local, custom-made artisan pieces to our many clients. We enjoy the unique aesthetic touches local artisans bring to each and every project and support the local artistic community whenever possible. This year’s birdhouse was very special both to us and to one of our clients. We worked with Champlain College on the interior design for the Sarah Ramsey ’12 iLab, a cutting-edge collaborative workspace, inspired by and dedicated to Sarah Ramsey, Class of 2012, who tragically passed away in 2013. The colors and materials of this year’s birdhouse draw from the visual palette and designs found in the Innovation Lab, extending the reach of Sarah’s impact throughout the community. You can read more about Sarah’s lasting legacy on Champlain College’s website, and at Sarah Ramsey Strong, the foundation and scholoarship program established in her name.