Meet our Talented Designers...
A Los Angeles-based interior designer, Courtney Delancey a hands-on designer, home transformer, and artist, believes that the key to creating a beautiful space is making it functional for the people who inhabit it. With a Masters in Fine Art, Courtney excels in developing and extending color palettes, selecting fabrics and sourcing textiles.
She is especially adept at reinventing already existing pieces through re-facing, refinishing and reupholstering. She is also skilled at developing custom window treatments utilizing colors, textures and patterns that eloquently tie a space together.
Whether you need a design professional to reimagine your entire space or just need a second opinion, there is a menu of services designed to meet your needs. Courtney offers quick fix makeovers, refresh and revitalize or the works.
Originally from New York, Courtney’s designs combine urban sophistication with relaxed coastal sensibilities. She has designed traditional, contemporary, and modern spaces for individuals and families. She brings a sense of warmth and color to every space she designs.
Born and educated in England, Jane studied interior design and the ancient principles of Feng Sui. Now based in Venice, California, Jane is known for creating warm, comfortable and informal homes using innovative and inspiring color palettes, and unique one-of-a-kind ‘finds’ to enhance and tailor to the sense of style and individualism each client is looking for. Her world travels, passion for the aesthetic and an endless list of ideas have produced striking environments noted for their originality. Jane enjoys listening carefully to clients and working closely with them throughout the design process to ensure results that will exceed expectations.
Design consultant, Chris Fisher, hailing originally from Tennessee, Chris has been passionate about interior design for 20 years and is currently working on his own downtown loft.
His style philosophy is that everyone should have fun with their design. He loves working with large-scale neutral furnishings, and colorful contrasting art. He mixes old with new and repurposed items.
“A home should reflect the people who live in it. And no home is complete without a soul.”