Sharon is has always had a panache for color and design from her years of experience as a floral designer and graphic designer for developers. After purchasing her first home, she discovered a new passion... home remodeling and interior design. Sharon graduated from the Art Institute Of Pittsburgh with a diploma in Residential Planning. From there she went on to El Centro College and finished up her studies earning an Associates in Interior Design. With a love of design, color and technology, Sharon honed her skills and interned in various aspects of design including commercial, home theater, residential furnishings, kitchen and bath remodeling and the textile industry. While interning at Servant Remodeling, she served as the main designer on two high profile projects; the Jones bath project which won NARI bath of the year and the Smolenski Kitchen which was on the NARI tour of homes and was featured during the Dallas Home and Garden Show. Sharon is dedicated to make each home functional, colorful with the personality of the clients in mind with using the best resources and trades people available. Sharon resides in Texas.
Describe your go-to style:
My go to styel is transitional.I love mixing traditional fabrics and furnishings with modern art and accessories. I also see the value in working with what you have and making things new again. first and foremost its all about the client and creating a style thats them.
Describe your favorite project:
I did my first project,a kitchen right out of school. It was based on their trip to Italy that summer. It was a dated 1960’s kitchen with the most unusual cabinets I’d ever seen. It went from the 3D floor plan to presentation to finished project. It was the most dramatic remodel I have done and I am still contact with the homeowners today. That was a job well done.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I get inspired by nature and colorful art. There is no better artist and designer than Mother Nature. I get excited about the colors in a sunset, in fall leaves and the blossoming of spring flowers. The colors are intoxicating and it really makes me happy when begin a color palette for a space.