Dallas + Seattle + Los Angeles

“Each space that Pulp Design Studios designs is dynamic, balanced, and infused with the personality of our individual client.”
— Beth & Carolina, Pulp Design Studios


Co-founded in 2007 by interior designers Beth Dotolo and Carolina V. Gentry, Pulp Design Studios is an iconic force to be reckoned with in the world of interiors, and the firm brings a sense of adventure to the business of design.

With a forward-thinking approach to both commerce and creativity, Pulp has established a unique viewpoint that combines luxury design with a flair for the unexpected. With studios in Dallas, Seattle, and Los Angeles, the Pulp team works with residential and commercial clients across the country, helping them define a personal style and transforming interiors into spaces that are brag-worthy and innovative.

Always ahead of the curve, Pulp Design Studios expertly encompasses the realms of interiors, property development, media, retail, product design, and industry influencing. The company’s newest division, Pulp Properties, has expanded the brand into real estate development and the experiential hospitality market, including a multi-unit commercial space in Dallas, and a midcentury modern vacation rental in Palm Springs.

Pulp also has an extensive fabric collection with S. Harris, they create and sell their own bespoke Pulp products on their website, produce an in-house magazine titled ICON, and they partner with companies across the globe as spokespeople and ambassadors. 

Published in and recognized by top-tier publications like Architectural DigestElle Decor, Traditional Home, Luxe, Vanity Fair, and New York Times Magazine, Pulp is respected for their design sensibilities and professionalism by the design industry as well as their clients.

Pulp’s team is also committed to giving back, supporting the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club through their turn at the Kips Bay Dallas Showhouse, as well as longtime support for Dwell with Dignity and many other Dallas- and Seattle-based charities. 





Seattle Interior Designers

Beth Dotolo, RID, ASID, NCIDQ

Principal Interior Designer | Seattle, WA

Award-winning interior designer Beth Dotolo graduated from The Art Institute with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design. Her work includes luxury residences, national commercial + multi-family work, and retail merchandising and design. Along with being a Registered Interior Designer and NCIDQ certificate holder, Beth is also a Professional Member of ASID.

Beth was named among D Home’s Best Designers in 2011, 2012, 2017 and 2018 has been a recipient of an ASID Legacy of Design Award, recognized as a Rising Star in Interior Design by Fashion Group International, and has been named “Dallas design glitterati” by Modern Luxury magazine.

When Beth isn’t designing, she’s wrangling her young sons Maxton & Charleston, playing muse to her photographer husband, Kevin Dotolo and exploring her city of Seattle.

Seattle Interior Designing Services

Carolina V Gentry, RID, NCIDQ

Principal Interior Designer | Dallas, TX

Accomplished interior designer Carolina V Gentry has over 20 years of experience in Interior Design + project management. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Texas Christian University. Carolina is a Registered Interior Designer and NCIDQ certificate holder. She is fluent in Spanish, both written and conversational.

Carolina’s work includes award winning new construction and renovated projects in hospitality, residential, and multi-family. She has designed and managed a wide variety of projects for high-end hospitality brands, including Ritz Carlton, Hyatt Regency, Hilton, Marriott, among countless other boutique hotel and restaurant clients. Carolina has also designed both national and international luxury residential design projects, spanning from New York City to Asia. She was named among D Home’s Best Designers in 2011, 2012, 2017 and 2018.  Carolina has also been a recipient of an ASID Legacy of Design Award and recognized as a Rising Star in Interior Design by Fashion Group International.

When Carolina isn’t designing, she’s pampering her godsons Maxton and Charleston, cooking for her husband, and peering through the pages of her numerous magazine subscriptions for the latest trends and styles.