Lisa is a California native, wife and mother of 4 amazing (nearly) grown children, one fabulous son in law and a empty-nest filler named Maggie (a sweet Maltipoo). Apart from her work, Lisa enjoys
floral design, painting, cooking for crowds, and taco tuesdays. She cannot overstate how much she loves travel, both to old and new places, and has a particular affinity for historical architecture. After having a hand in designing and building her own house several years ago, she decided to go back to school to obtain a second degree to pursue her lifelong love of design.
Lisa's fascination of historical design & architecture has given her a broad aesthetic. Once understanding what a client's aesthetic and direction is, this ultimately drives the project. Lisa uses her knowledge of historical periods, architecture, and strong design principles to infuse each project with a character that reads authentically.
Her work is characterized by an astute attention to detail in every project, large or small. Balance and proportion, texture, color, contrast, and negative space are all carefully considered in every design she does to bring a sense of wholeness to each space. In addition Lisa has an eye for taking a space and making every inch count.
She maintains that there is nothing as satisfying as collaborating in the creation, development and realization of a clients dream space. Lisa counts herself blessed that everyday she gets to live out a job that facilitates creating a space that each client can experience as their own sanctuary.
Simopoulos Designs in a Boutique Interior Design firm that provides services from a basic refresh of a room or space with textiles, furnishings and decor needs to paint consultations, to design development and implementation for both new construction and remodels.
Contact us today to see how we can help you!
Maggie: our Mascot
duties: reminding us not to take ourselves TOO seriously
by the way...
Paris is my city. I know it is many other people's city as well, so know that I am not ignorant enough to claim it as my own (even if I wish I could). However, this is the city I dreamt of visiting as a child and young adult. It was the reason I chose to take French in high school. I was finally able to visit it at the age of 35 and it forever changed me. I have traveled to and appreciated many other European cities since that time. Each is marked with it's own unique appeal & beauty and provides so much inspiration for what I do. But for me, Paris will always have a magic that is unmatched. Much of that I know is the architecture. It is also in the Design of the city streets, the way they understand who they are but still find ways to incorporate new things. This to me is a mark of great design.
Why do I tell you this? Simply because it changed how I look at the world. How I look at design. How I look at architecture. And how much I want to be a part of creating and realizing some part of that- no matter how small a part that is.
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