Carrie is wonderfully creative and is always up to date on current trends. Lucky for us, she also likes to express her nerdy side and manages all the logistics of the business. She knows how to navigate the world of accounting and problem solving. She and Jodi have two amazing children and a cute, little pup who adore her even more than we do.
Director of Operations
Jodi is the lead designer, project manager and basically makes sure everything happens all the time. She holds a Bachelors degree in Art and Design and a Masters in Organizational Leadership as well as an amazing attitude. She is a furniture designer and has done all the cool things like designing for an HBO documentary as well as numerous commercial and residential clients. She and Carrie own and run Kurtz and Alme Design, an online retail textile and décor store featuring divine handmade pillows.
Ashlee comes to us from Denver, Colorado, where she co-owned a home staging and interior decorating company. She brings with her a love of beauty and design and an ability to transform chaos into order. She loves to design purposeful spaces so that people can love where they live and find joy in the simple things instead of anxiety in the clutter. She fights her own war on clutter (as well as worms, slugs, dirt, mud...) for her family in the country area of Cedarburg where she lives with her husband and two children.
Katie has a background in corporate event + meeting planning and a love for design since she was young. She is detail oriented, organized and creates the most beautiful spaces. She lives in Whitefish Bay with her husband and two daughters who benefit greatly from her design acumen. She and her husband are on their 3rd successful home renovation. She is a truly gifted designer.
Soon Hee has always had a love for design and architecture. Having been in the retail space for more than 20 years as an Art Director and Freelance Photo Art Director, we all now benefit from her eye for design and photography skills. She considers herself a minimalist and, as a result, is able to balance beauty and restraint in design.
She calls Whitefish Bay home where she and her husband are bringing up their daughter in a thriving community.
Natalie has lived and traveled all over the world. She draws on these travels for inspiration and has created her own style called “Modern Farmhouse Scandinavian” which is as fantastic as it sounds. Spending many years in the Pacific Northwest, Natalie has developed an appreciation for natural beauty that she translates into her designs by using plants and natural wood tones effortlessly. She and her husband live in Cedarburg where they are raising their boys.