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After graduating from the CSU Interior Design program together, we each went to work for two different types of design-related companies. We both spent several years at our respective jobs with no intentions to leave, but we never stopped talking about how “someday…”, “someday we would start our own design firm together” … “someday we would be lucky enough to do what we love and do it together”… well, we didn’t know how soon “someday” would become until the recession hit at the end of 2008. We knew it wouldn’t be long before we were both at risk due to the rapid decline of business in design and construction related fields. So, being the proactive people that we are, we decided what better time than now to make our “someday” happen. We both left our jobs before being the next to be laid off and began conceiving of our brainchild now known as Inhabit Design Group. Design, for us, started as a hobby- until we were old enough to realize that one could make a living doing what we do. We are a two-woman operation and intend to keep it that way. We do what we do because we love to design and want to be personally involved with every project, every client and every stage of the design. We consider ourselves a small “boutique” like firm where we treat each project as if it were our only project providing the highest level of personal attention and concierge-like service. We are our client’s biggest advocates and remain fiercely loyal to our client’s and their projects. The collaborative process with our clients proves that the sum of the whole is indeed greater than its parts. We love the process of helping people discover their voice through their surroundings. We are an open book style business. We are unlike many other firms as we do not try and make money in selling retail. In fact, we have a more unique business model where we only charge for our time and professional services while extending all of our trade discounts on retail merchandise directly to the client. After working with clients for months or even years, we often become as close as family and, what once started as a client/designer relationship, turns to that of a friend and family-like relationship. It is this reason that most of our clientele are repeat clients….we have become friends that they know they can put their trust in.


Where do I start? I was totally overwhelmed with a large renovation project involving multiple stories and rooms lasting close to 1 year in a historic designated Old Town home. Sarah jumped right in a provided expert help and emotional support. She became a vital part of the renovation team. She is largely responsible for the functionality, warmth, and beauty of my home. She treated us all with the utmost respect, even taking the time to listen to my 10 year old daughter's desires for the paint color in her bedroom. Sarah was involved with: directly speaking with my contractor, selecting and ordering appliances, tile, counter tops, paint colors, light fixtures, and furniture select...


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