Marcia Wood is an accomplished designer. She has over 40 years of experience in horticulture, interior and exterior design. She has completed an impressive mix of both commercial and residential projects, inside and out. Her ability to blend texture and color through interior and exterior space has won her many devoted clients. She is known for her plant knowledge. Your landscape design will be specific to your home and meet your needs.

Adjunct Instructor

As an instructor in the community college system for more than 30 years, she teaches a multitude of home and garden classes. Happy to share her knowledge, classes are available in various formats. Instruction can be tailored to your needs. She recently took on the challenge to create and teach a design course specifically for salespeople. As a result, their sales and design skills improved.

Aging in Place

Marcia was the first designer in the Piedmont area to become a Certified Aging in Place Specialist - CAPS.  Unavailable locally, she sought out training offered by the University of Southern California in design for aging homeowners. Because of this training, she knows how to help aging clients stay in their homes longer. She can create an environment specifically for the needs of older adults, which allows them to age gracefully and safely in their home.

Aging in Place

Although you can't control everything on your project, Marcia works hard to make sure you get the home and garden you want. She works well with the others involved, with your best interests in mind. Working with homeowners, contractors and sub-contractors, she strives to create a space you will enjoy for years to come.

She has been a member of the Board of Directors of Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful and the Executive Board of Master Gardener Volunteers for Forsyth County. Marcia volunteers hours to help maintain the beauty and sustainability of our community. InsideOut Designs is a recent winner of the Sustainability Business of the Year award. Marcia's main focus is on the environment. Her efforts to reuse, reduce and recycle apply to the landscape as well as the home.