BFA from a CIDA accredited Interior Design Program, IIDA Member,
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Give your home a voice. You learn a lot about people by walking into their home: their passions, style, and values. Whether you know it or not, your home speaks for you. Our goal is to create a space that reflects who you are and what you love. Although we are headquartered in Augusta, GA our clients are located all over the country. Rebekah, CEO and Design Lead, graduated from the Samford University Interior Design Department (a CIDA program) and has been building her passion for design ever since. When she is not designing she is riding her bike around her city, discovering new restaurants, and trying to keep her herb garden alive. Please reach out and we would love to talk to you about adding new creative ideas to your next project!
Mid Century Modern
"Rebekah was AMAZING to work with, she transformed our dining room into something more than I could have ever imagined. My husband and I have very different styles and with totally grace (and honesty) Rebekah was able to create a beautiful space that we both LOVE!"
"Rebekah did a great job with the redesign of our living room space. Just recently married we needed someone with an eye for design and someone we trusted. She did an amazing job incorporating our style, existing pieces, and budget. While doing that she also added her personal touch in terms of project management and even the style of the room while keeping it all true to the style we desired. We’re not located in Augusta but communication was stellar during the entire process. Her design even helped steer d"
"Rebekah was wonderful to work with! Not only is she super friendly and fun, but she also has great attention to detail, thorough design insight, and works very quickly. Rebekah had my final design to me well before I even expected it. For someone like myself who is not experienced in this area, Rebekah was able to ask thoughtful questions that helped me figure out what I truly wanted my design and end product to look like."