Leticia received her certificate from American Institute of Interior Design in Fountain Hills, Arizona.
She believes in creating spaces that intrigue the eye, bring joy to her clients and leave the feeling of warmth and happiness. She focuses on spatial planning, furniture and fabrics selection, flooring, wall finishes, kitchen and bathroom design, window treatments, and lighting.
Being the creative and talented individual she is, her artistic eye will guarantee you an elegant and elevated design.
We believe in getting to know our clients and their style likes and dislikes. Based upon these preferences, we will tailor an elevated design specifically for you, focusing on spatial planning, color schemes, furnishings, artwork, lighting, symmetry and balance.
Minding your budget, we offer guidance with furniture selections, layouts, materials, paint, architectural elements and more to tell your story about your space.
Nothing is more gratifying than a welcoming, finished, well-appointed living space that blends personal style with colors, lines and textures in a way that says "this is me." Just as important is the exterior design of your home - the details, dimension and contrast of your exterior reflect your personal style too.
Need some help with new and fresh design ideas? A few simple changes can create a space you will admire. New paint, wallpaper, updated window treatments, new lighting. We can help you elevate your design!
Creating a comfortable outdoor living space that is an extension of your indoors will continue to be popular with 2021 home renovations. Designing so that there is a natural flow between the indoors and outdoors with features like large sliding or folding glass doors allow for the option to let the outside in, and vice versa. Drop-down screens on the porch to help with mosquitos, outdoor heating lamps, outdoor fireplaces that create warmth, and cozy couches will extend your relaxation into the cooler months.
Saying that 2020 has been filled with more than its fair share of ups and downs is quite the understatement, but this year has also truly helped many of us reconnect with our homes. Life in quarantine has allowed us to begin the process of making our homes—no matter how sprawling or sparse—a more functional, beautiful place that reflects our own histories, experiences, and design aesthetics.
A new statement front door will add to the curb appeal of your home and can set the tone for what visitors might expect once inside. It will also allow you to take full advantage of the latest advances in materials resulting in strength, efficiency and security.