We believe that every client deserves to live in a beautiful, comfortable, one-of-a-kind residence that is affordably designed around what inspires them. Whether you are decorating one room or furnishing your entire home, we are here to assist you with realizing your vision by listening, by asking questions, by offering advice and then by putting together comprehensive and unique design plans especially for you! Wendi Mannix, Owner/Principal, personally designs and manages all of our projects and collaborates directly with each and every client throughout the entire process, bringing her extensive expertise and experience to all of our interiors and ensuring that our clients receive our Best of Houzz award-winning customer service.
And, unlike many other firms, we also pass along our discounts on the furnishings 100% to our clients, ensuring their budgets are maximized and oftentimes compensating for a substantial portion of our fees! Please refer to the Trade Discounts section for a partial list of our retail partners who offer us, on average, 20% off of their retail prices.
We also bring to our projects an outstanding team of painters, window treatment companies, woodworkers and handymen, etc., to assist with executing our design plans on or before installation day.
Wendi S. Mannix, ASID
Wendi’s lifelong passion for design started when she was just five years old, when she spent countless hours drawing floor plans on paper with a pencil and a ruler and has since blossomed into becoming owner/principal of a full-service firm that has designed numerous residential interiors throughout South Florida. Born and raised in Maine and surrounded by over 3,500 miles of coastline and national and state parks, Wendi grew up inspired by the sights, sounds, colors and textures of the ocean, its sea life and nature in general, which is reflected in her portfolio of clean, contemporary, nature inspired designs today.
An Associate Member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Wendi has a BA in Art History from Wellesley College and concurrently pursued an MBA at the Sloan School of Management at MIT.
While working on her thesis at Wellesley, Wendi discovered a significant new theory in the field of classical architecture and her original research was cited in a book entitled The Language of the Muses: The Dialogue Between Roman and Greek Sculpture, written by Miranda Marvin, Ph.D., Harvard University, and published by the J.Paul Getty Museum.