Rebekkahsm I drew my first floor plan for a tree house; I must have been 7 or 8. I can also still replicate for you the plan for the dream home I put together when I was 12; complete with open floor plan kitchen/living area and spiral staircase to the master bedroom loft. When I’m not designing I am looking for new ideas, checking out current trends, finding inspirations in nature or architecture, fashion or travel… it colors everything I do and, honestly, I want nothing more than to apply everything I know, everything I’m excited about, to your space.

I started Rebekkah Davies Interiors + Design in 2008, after 8 years in the interior design business. We have a simple, straightforward process that starts first with talking in depth about what beauty and comfort and home mean to you. From there it is our mission to give you the home of your dreams, even if you weren’t exactly sure what that dream was. We take a great deal of pride in not providing a ‘signature’ style. Though there is a certain consistent cleanliness to all the work we do, what every job has in common is that the interiors we design reflect the taste and style and life of the clients that live there. Industrial chic, traditional coziness, fields of neutrals and color explosions… we love it all. That challenge: to make a chic, fabulous home out of whatever ideas you have, out of whatever you love – is what keeps Rebekkah Davies Interiors + Design a growing, dynamic design studio. That’s the beauty of what we do – making sure that every single design says home to the people who live there.

 

We believe…

…that it’s okay if you really, really love beige.

…that it’s okay if you really, really hate beige.

…that interior design, great interior design, can and will change your life. Change your stress level. Change your joy level.

…in building long-term relationships with clients. Whether we start big or small, we are here for you.

…that taking care of the details is as important in the execution of the design work as it is in the design itself.

…that genuine beauty in interiors is not superficial. It speaks right to the soul.

…in taking the work seriously and ourselves lightly.

…that your home should be a personal reflection of you, and in the end it is as much about how it feels as how it looks.

…that true luxury and genuine happiness can be found in cotton, linen, cashmere, silk, and wool.

…in balance. Balance. Balance. Balance! High and low, shiny and matte, nubby and sleek.

…that interior design is fun!