With nearly 20 years experience in residential Interior Design, Stephanie has vast experience with projects of all shapes and sizes. From coordinating a furnishings install for a downtown condo to overseeing the entire design of a new build on a tropical island, Stephanie enjoys the unique challenges and opportunities each project brings.
Stephanie is an advocate of professional interior design training, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Degree in Interior Design from Mount Royal University, is a Registered Interior Designer (RID) and an active member of IDIBC and IDC.
Stephanie's award-winning work has been featured in numerous publications, including Western Living, Gray, Canadian House & Home, Avenue Magazine, and Homes & Living. When she's not designing her clients’ dream homes, Stephanie may be renovating her own, travelling, or riding her cruiser bike to the beach with her family.
These design elements can be incorporated at your front entrance to set the tone for a warm autumn welcome. Consider changing out your entry rug, repotting planters with autumn-feeling plants and adding lanterns for a cozy vibe.
It’s all about being cozy without being cliché — think warm textures, warm atmosphere, autumn color tones — and then translate those things into simple and timeless elements without being too literal or kitschy.12 March 2022