A master at envisioning the big picture, Katie is as comfortable with the grand gesture as she is the minute detail. “Conceptualizing is my strength,” she says. “I was classically trained, and can easily see shapes, colors and styles within the broader architecture.” A veteran of illustrious New York firms JP Molyneux Studio and Aero Studios – where she worked alongside acclaimed designer Thomas O’Brien – Katie counts her passions as 20th century furniture and art. “Still,” she says, “I’m a big believer in pushing things a bit. You can be a little edgy without being scary, or show a hint of humor without sacrificing character.”
Katie earned her Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from Kent State University.
Sally’s reverence for the unique warmth and soul embodied by handcrafted products was first honed during her years as an interior designer at Suzanne Lovell. She followed her love of craft to world-renowned Maya Romanoff, where she traveled the globe developing award-winning, handcrafted wall-coverings. “Pattern, color, scale and texture – they all inspire me,” she says. Which is why she eventually returned to design, managing custom residential interior projects at Soucie Horner. “People’s stories inspire my designs,” she says. “I want to get to know you so your home can reflect you – and tell your own story.”
Sally graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the Design, Architecture, Art and Planning school at the University of Cincinnati.