Our design philosophy is to create timeless and beautiful interiors to suit the specific needs and lifestyles of each client.
Brownwyn Huffard, Owner & Lead Designer
"I love to blend old with new, traditional with modern, while always keeping function, style and comfort as the top priorities. It is a joy to help people realize their version of beautiful, useful spaces."
Bronwyn is a graduate of Tufts University and has trained at the New York School of Interior Design. She has lived all over the United States and has come back to her hometown of Cape Elizabeth, Maine to raise her 4 children, amuse her friends and help clients create/re-work homes that cater to their unique personalities, aesthetics and lifestyle. She favors fresh yet familiar design which is refined, light hearted and light filled.
Ashley Meyer, Design Assistant
Ashley enjoys applying her experience in small business operations within the creative, exciting world of residential interiors. For Ashley, a day in the office can involve anything from buying new items for a project to meeting a vendor or a delivery on site. Ashley enjoys the balancing and management of the many details that go into residential interior design projects.
Outside of the office Ashley enjoys eating out in the many fantastic restaurants in Portland, running and going on adventures with her fiance, Adam and border collie mix, Harper.
Cassie Fier, Design Assistant
Cassie loves having the opportunity to be creative while also using her small business management skills involved with the behind the scenes office work. Each day is different and can include a range of tasks, from managing social media to putting proposals together and placing orders.
Whenever Cassie has an open weekend, she’s happy exploring the mountains backpacking with her husband, Dustin and dog, Porter. Aside from hiking, she enjoys being deep in a fiction novel, running, gardening, and in the fall, watching football! She’s also trying to master downhill skiing, but with only 3 seasons in the books, she has a long way to go!