Leslie's passion is creating statement-making designs that are as comfortable as they are exquisite, while also providing her clients unparalleled service.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Leslie developed a Southerner's early and enduring affinity for flawless design and gracious entertaining. A problem-solver by nature, Leslie studied economics and law. Upon graduation, Leslie practiced law as a complex commercial litigator where she honed her problem-solving skills until a fortuitous series of events led her to live in London.
While in London, Leslie returned to her love for interior design and availed herself of every opportunity to study art, architecture, and design across Europe. Upon her return to the United States, Leslie completed her training in interior design at the New York Institute of Art & Design in Manhattan. Leslie’s approach to design is informed by her regard for gracious entertaining, her litigator’s natural interest in the most minute details, and her extensive travels and experiences abroad, all married with the practical considerations of modern family life.
Leslie has been designing homes for more than a decade in New York, London, Connecticut, and Atlanta. She now resides in Connecticut with her husband, two daughters, and two rambunctious dogs.
Kimberly creates unique interior spaces form-fit for her clients. Her innovative design solutions uniquely reflect her client's desires and personality. Her experience and intuitive design sense allow her to thoroughly understand and exceed her clients' expectations. Whether starting with a blank canvas or transforming an existing space, Kimberly creates an ambiance that resonates with each individual. Kimberly's attention to detail and client-focused approach enables a flexible and enjoyable working experience.
Interior design is imbedded in Kimberly's roots and has been her passion for many years. She has spent a great deal of time working in her family's interior design business out of Atlanta. In addition, she completed a two-year course of study of interior design and architecture in the International Baccalaureate Arts program and was assessed by the international committee out of Europe. Prior to pursuing a career in interior design, Kimberly worked as a Human Resources Consultant at Ernst & Young, LLP in their Tax Consulting practice. After seven years at EY, she made the decision to pursue a Masters in Elementary Education; afterwards, she taught in the New York City public school system. While she thoroughly enjoyed her work in the educational field, her time spent home caring for her two young children afforded her the opportunity to reengage and focus on pursuing her lifelong passion in the design field. Kimberly currently resides in Connecticut with her two children.