Andrea is Atlanta based Interior designer. She is passionate about creating beautifully designed and functional spaces for her clients that are inspired by their personal styles and needs. She loves being able to help bring her clients' design styles and spaces to life. With a natural eye for design and style she can easily create any look. Her design versatility allows her to relate and design for an array of clients. Andreas' designs are built upon her knowledge and understanding of the key design principles and knowledge that she acquired while obtaining her degree in interior design at Middle Tennessee State, a CIDA accredited University. With the utilization of these principles accompanied with the perfect blend of color, texture, and pattern; she makes sure to exceed her clients’ expectations and provide them with spaces that they love to be in and that are personalized to fit their personal aesthetic.
We know you love designing, but what about it do you love most?
The design process. I love getting to know my clients and their spaces. I'm always so excited about sketching, space planning, curating mood boards, sourcing the perfect furniture pieces/finishes, and all aspects of the design process. I love being able to create spaces that clients absolutely love spending time in.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I'm definitely inspired by my travels. Being able to experience new architecture, cultures, and art really drives my creativity and inspiration.
Tell us your biggest design secret:
Accessorize accessorize… and then accessorize a little more! Accessories can really make a space pop and are something you'd never want to exclude from a design. Kind of like shopping to find the perfect little black dress and forgetting to pick out shoes and jewelry. Accessories are always the best way to introduce colors and textures into a space. Decorative pillows, flowers, and fun objects are always great choices. Great accessories definitely elevate a design and can even give a space with a restricted budget the look and feel of not having one at all!