In 2004 Courtney Cachet started her first business in the design world with $500 and her dining room table. She knew she had a great eye and a knack for scoring good deals on everything from fashion to home decor and figured she would give it her best shot without risking what savings she had (which wasn’t very much at the time).
She knew people had to like her before they liked anything else she had to say, and that was where she had an advantage. She has always been a people person and a jokester and had an ability to talk to anyone about – well – just about anything.
She appeared on a few home decor shows and then became a contributor on NBC in Miami. Around the same time, she got engaged. Just as her career was taking off, Courtney was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and everything came to a halt. It was a turning point in her life, both personally and professionally. More than anything, it gave her the drive to chase her dreams after having such a health scare and realizing life is too short and too precious not to do what you love to do.
After getting back to good health in 2005, Courtney’s career took off at lightning speed. She is now one of the country’s leading influencers in style and design with a focus on living a luxurious and meaningful life. She has designed celebrity homes, appeared in international magazines like Vogue Italia, Us Weekly, The Wall St Journal and Better Homes & Gardens and appears on television regularly with roughly 1000 appearances under her belt.
You can find her not only on TV and newsstands, but also all over the internet. She is a Huffington Post contributor and has several products in the global marketplace, including on Expressionery.com. She finds her inspiration through her travels and just walking around New York, where she grew up as a child. She loves big, bold color and elegant styles equally.
Currently, Courtney is working on several lines of products, corporate partnerships and more. As one of the most successful media personalities in the design world, Cachet is a living and breathing example that The American Dream of success is attainable by all of us, no matter what obstacles come across our path.
When she’s not working, Courtney can be found in her happiest place: Her New Jersey home with her family: husband Aaron and children, Brooke (5) and Ford (4). Her motto and tag line is evident in all she does: “Fabulous Lives Here.”