Meet The Team
Co-founder, Principal Designer
Jordan applies a client-centered approach to her work. She believes in developing a collaborative relationship to ensure the spaces she works on are truly reflective of those living in it. Design elements that are important to her include keeping a space timeless by mixing old with new, bringing the outdoors in, sustainable practices, and incorporating personal heirlooms or quirky elements that are true to the client. She appreciates a mid-century modern meets West Coast meets thrifted, eclectic style. Jordan holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Marriage & Family Therapy and received education from Century College for Interior Design prior to working in the field.
What fuels Jordan: Quality time with her family and friends, hugs from her daughter, traveling, great food and exploring new restaurants, being near water, funny videos, the hunt of antiquing & thrifting, yoga, and getting a new pair of sneakers. Also, cannot forget coffee... lots of iced coffee.
Brooklyn loves how creative and expressive you can be with interior design and approaches her projects with a global perspective. She studied abroad in Rome which deepened her knowledge of architecture, and history of design. Her design style includes mid-century modern, organic modern, and contemporary elements. Brooklyn obtained her BFA in Interior Design from Iowa State University.
What fuels Brooklyn: Going out to eat, traveling, attending concerts, and consuming lots of coffee.
Co-founder, Managing Director
Steph focuses on business development and operations. Steph implements and promotes all aspects of building strategic partnerships, including different initiatives and events. She looks forward to building new partnerships and supporting other women-owned businesses within the community. She is an ambassador for Stillwater's Chamber of Commerce and is on the alumnae board for Kappa Kappa Gamma. Steph holds a BA in Sociology from Bethel University, and an MBA from St. Kate's.
What fuels Steph: Historical scenic overlooks, learning arbitrary facts, Nordic skiing, puzzles (500 pieces or less), Sudoku, dining at the Oasis Cafe, and yoga sculpt classes.