PAIGE BOLLER attended Parsons School of Design in New York  and loving the diversity it offers, she wanted to permanently remain on the east coast. Paige loves to travel and lived London as well, although she is from the Texas hill country. She spent time in various European cities before attending the Inchbald School of Design, where she studied architectural interior design. 

Her background is comprised of over 20 years' experience in design and decoration. She is affiliated with ASID (American Association of Interior Designers), IIDA (International Interior Design Association), IFDA (International Furniture and Design Association) and BIDA (British Interior Design Association). She began her career by assisting family property development projects, which ignited her interest in furthering her studies.

Her resume includes experience at a gallery in Mayfair, London before she went on to accept a position with Sotheby's auctions house in the private client group. Paige worked in both the art field as a student of modern and contemporary art at Christies auction house in London, as well as the fashion industry. She was fortunate enough to experience the growth of the Michael Kors fashion brand in the 90s. 

Paige's attention to each and every detail and her creative ways to reflect her discerning clients lifestyle and unique personality. Bound by her A-list client confidentiality, she still managed to appear in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Town & Country, NYC&G and more.  She loves to donate free time to philanthropic organizations and has sat on the Board of Directors for the prestigious Diller-Quaile Music School.  The most recently at volunteer her services to Hollister House Garden, Steep Rock Association, Museum of the City of NY Frederick A.O. Schwarz Children's Center, Southampton Fresh Air Home, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Food Bank for NYC, Central Park Conservancy's Playground Partners, NY Landmarks Conservancy, NY Museum of Natural History, NY Metropolitan Museum of Art, Park Avenue Armory, Blue Ridge School , DIFFA and Habitat for Humanity. Ultimately her time spent inEurope helped restructure her sense of design, to meet the needs of discerning North American and European cliental and begin her interior design career officially.

SARA E. BRANDON  started accepting design work in 2010 on a part time basis and designing accessories for the runway. Her jewelry has adorned the pages of Harper's Bazaar, CR, Vogue, celebs, & fashion week in both London and NYC. She studied at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Chicago as well as Unicamp, Brazil. Sara taught at Savannah College of Design using her doctorate in anthropology, which now helps broaden her design aesthetic:

"As an anthropologist you are trained to strip away your own values, while this is almost impossible, it does help me step back and see the client and their homes.  Having a doctorate in anthropology means I spent years doing research both historical in nature and ethnographic. Since interiors are about humans and the cultures they sit inside, my training doing interviews and recording information about such topics helps me understand the story of the space and the people that frequent it.  I understand how to watch and interpret how to use the space for a client's life and needs.  I have a wider base of inspiration to draw from in many ways, due to my study of other cultures, religions, symbols, photos and beyond. I cannot begin to summarize how "this eye" or "lens" adds to my design process"

Her experience with renovating homes and apartments includes full restorations, renovations of historic, as well as modern spaces. Her passion for vintage and fashion, began to collide early in her life with home renovation.  "I grew up watching my dad build a house from the foundation up himself, at a very young age.  As I got older, I sought out unloved structures to renovate and the best mid-century furniture that I could afford for my own apartment". Sara has worked in Atlanta, New York, and Connecticut.  Her more recent portfolio includes a newly finished media space for Fiserv-First Data in New York and upper West side apartment. She has extensive knowledge of mid-century art and vintage furniture. Experience with small New York apartments and diverse budgets are part of her specialities. 



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