Interior Design Gallery


A curated collection of my interior design work, including complete kitchen design and construction, furniture and décor selection, and hand painted murals that complete the designs. Design packages and rates can be found at the bottom of the page!

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  • View of condo from kitchen, the new gold pendant lights hang down framing the view where the remainder of the living room design glows in the background
  • As you walk past the kitchen you can see the living room, large navy curtain hang from floor to ceiling on the far wall framing large patio doors outside. There’s a gold bar cart nearest to you on the left and a bright pink chair facing the remainder of the furniture arrangement. A large white vase on the floor full of monstera leaves separates off a small corner office from the main view.
  • Walking along the back of the pink chair to another corner of the room, you look across the living room. A deep navy couch is to your right. You can see directly into the small office space from this angle.
  • A close up of the office space. One of the navy curtains hangs beside a white vanity being used as a desk to blend with the rest of the design. Gold pieces of art are hung above the desk and a small orchid that is pink has been added as decor to compliment the pink chair.
  • Standing in the corner where the office is, you turn and see the whole living space with the kitchen behind it. The deep navy couch has teal and gold pillows tossed across it and looks striking across from the pink chair.
  • This view shows the navy couch head on. To the left of it, between the couch and the patio doors sits a fun Sherpa white chair, this chair is round and really interesting. The couch is framed by two gold and marble end tables with large gold statement lamps set atop them. A beautiful custom piece of artwork is hung above the couch pulling the blues and teals of the space together. In front of the couch sits a gold coffee table. The living room furniture arrangement is framed nicely by a soft white rug with a gentle black lattice pattern.
  • As you walk through the room you return to the kitchen space where an island separates the living room from the kitchen. Barstools with gold legs line the eat at counter. Gold and glass pendant lights hang down tying together the design with the kitchen space which has an older look to it and the original rich wood cabinets.
  • View of the bedroom as you enter the room, the walls are a soft moss color and the bed is covered in deep blue and gold pillows. There’s a white vanity with a teal scalloped velvet chair on the wall to the right and a large fake banana tree against the window that is directly across from the bed as you enter.
  • View of bed head on, standing near the window facing the door. You can see the fun pillows covering the bed with two large plant like photography prints hung on the wall above.

Mid-Century Art Deco Full Condo Design – These renderings above walk you through my latest design project. This is my first fully virtual design working with a client in Minneapolis, MN. We furnished and decorated the entire condo with a delightful jewel toned color palette and an emphasis on texture to allow a fully immersive experience for all who enter the space.

You can also view this project on my Houzz Page. For booking information and rates, please scroll to the bottom of this page.

  • As you walk into the kitchen from the hallway you enter at a side view with the L shaped island visible. The cabinets are black with gold handles and white marble countertops. The shorter L of the island has custom ironwork framing the seating area. Two large black teardrop pendants hang above the island. Behind it are two double doors framed by floor to ceiling black curtains.
  • As you walk into the space, slightly behind the L of the island looking to the right into the full kitchen you can see the cabinetry lining the right and far wall. The kitchen curves with the sink in the corner of the space.
  • A view from behind the island, you can see the full kitchen. A stainless steel fridge sits on the far wall across from the island, cabinets then wrap around to the sink and round the corner to continue to a beautiful electric glass topped stove. Upper cabinets sit above the fridge and along the wall above and next to the stove. The space above the corner sink is open with a beautiful three pendant black and bronze light fixture illuminating the space.
  • A closer look at the corner sink, you can see a dishwasher sits between the sink and the stove. Beautiful sunflowers have been placed in a vase behind the sink with it's modern looking black faucet. A stainless toaster oven sits next to a knife block between the sink and the fridge.
  • A detail shot of the stainless knobs on the stove, it is a front controlled stove allowing for ease of use. Two knobs frame the center controls which operate the oven.
  • Corner view of my sink, with the updated white subway tile backsplash spanning all the way to the ceiling. The black and bronze fixture makes the corner space glow warmly.
  • Detail shot of the black cabinets with the elongated rectangular gold handles
  • detail shot of the light fixture above my sink. The black exterior is cut in a honeycomb shape where the bronze interior shines through
  • detail shot looking up into the black pendants above my island. The interior is a carved bronze medallion pattern

Complete Kitchen Build – this is my largest project that I’ve designed and built from start to finish, you can read the specifics, see process photos, and understand the impact of this project in the corresponding blog post.

The kitchen design works to maximize small space working with a minimal budget, while creating a stunning black and white art deco inspired design complete with custom intricate details.

  • A view of the completed corner of my living room, the far back wall has been completed with the wooden board art deco pattern, a palm tree sits in the corner where three large rattan hanging pendants drape across the ceiling and hang over the corner of the large white boucle sectional. A matching gold and marble round end table has been added to the near side of the couch to match the coffee table. A gold peacock lamp sits atop this end table with a white and gold art deco patterned shade. The space is pulled together with the pink oriental rug and deep eggplant colored Mongolian fur pillows and white pillows adorning the couch.
  • My living room pre paint set up. My white sectional has been pulled to the right side of the room leaving the far wall and the long wall to the left - both white - completely accessible. A ladder stands at the front of the frame.

Living Room Budget Upgrade – In an effort to make the best use of an extremely elongated room, I took advantage of some DIY upgrades to dramatically change the look and feel and create a space you never want to leave.

This project works with affordable solutions and utilizes color, contrast, and unique pieces to create a one of a kind space. Check out the full step by step process in my post about here, including product links!

View of a covered patio, the underside of the deck above has been strung with dozens of small lights. An egg shaped hanging chair sits in the corner facing a set of matching couch and chairs in a dark wood with white cushions. Black and banana leaf patterned pillows adorn the furniture. A skeleton bat hangs in the upper right corner and a large fern sits in the bottom left corner.
Outdoor Living Space complete with seating and lighting to really make it the perfect place to unwind day and night.

  • View into a small bathroom, the walls are a faded light blue, the doors and wood a warm wood tone and floors a grey vinyl.
  • Bathroom walls have been painted white
  • View from inside the bathroom, the bathroom door remained a warm wood tone but now you enter into the space with vanity on your left. The vanity has been painted a black with a soft grey stone countertop and silver hardware. The walls have been painted white. These colors now tie in beautifully with the grey vinyl flooring. Black towels have been hung to complete the look.
  • Looking into the completed bathroom now, beyond the vanity sits the toilet which has a black octagon wall shelf hung above it displaying essential oils and a small white basket holding body wash products. Beyond the toilet is a walk in shower with beautiful grey tilework. A simple white curtain hangs with a fine black pattern on it.

Bathroom upgrade from a whole host of mismatched wood tones and a dated color scheme, to a sleek black and white modern bathroom.

Two accent chairs paired along a wall, one in deep navy the other a soft brown leather/tan tone with a trio of gold nesting tables arranged between them. A white lamp sits on top of one of the tables. Two butterfly paintings are centered above the chairs.

Finishing Touch Living Room Design – This design progress shows a partial project where we rearranged to better utilize the space and incorporate a new set of tables my client had gotten. We worked with existing decor items to allow the tables to display some pieces while maintaining usability of each table. Future plans for adding sheers, shifting the butterfly art to be centered above the tables, and custom statement fabric panels were made to install behind the couch opposite these chairs to finish off the room.

Shabby Chic Apartment living room design, utilizing soft textures and bright accents.


  • A view of my entire bedroom wall, I stand on the far left posing and smiling with the finished mural. The mural is complete with three large elephants walking towards you outlined in gold, with gold brush strokes accentuating their features. A small baby elephant stands towards the front. The elephants are walking through a field of tall curling ferns done in varying gold tones to add depth to the frame.
  • A black and white progress photo of the elephants at the earliest stage. The elephants are outlined and some ferns below them have been filled in at the very tops.
  • Gold elephant mural with abstract lines

Elephant Mural Progress 2020 done with gold paint sharpie and paint. Finished in 2021.

  • Left side view of the mural, the room is a soft silvery grey and the silhouette of the statue of liberty stands in the far left corner, the new york sky line begins to be outlined down the wall leading to the center which has the empire state building.
  • continuing down the wall, the skyline ends with the chrysler building where the windows are done in a deeper grey. A bed sits in the corner next to a window, the bedding is all black. The headboard sits against an accent wall done in a deep charcoal where a New York canvas print has been hung above it.

New York Skyline mural in NYC themed bedroom 2015.

Digital Projects

ADA Industrial Two-Story Loft: Combining elements original to the old factory with new chic designs while taking advantage of the large windows and open floor plan to create an accessible two story loft. Below is a look at the finishes and renderings for the space:

In addition to making this large loft wheelchair accessible with multiple points of entry, interior elevator access, and spacious rooms, adaptations including automatic blinds, remote controlled adjustable lights, and a meditation room have been added to create a migraine friendly environment.

  • The Great Room Mood board which serves as a large open space between a living room, kitchen, and dining space. Four renderings make up the left side of the mood board highlighting the floor to ceiling windows, a full exposed brick wall, and some spatial concepts of where artwork would be positioned above a small bar and in the dining area. The right side is 5 evenly sized swatched from top to bottom: a deep navy representing the color of the kitchen cabinets, a landscape painting in deep blues and greens, an abstract fluid pour painting in blues and golds which will hang in the dining space, the deep chocolate colored floor wood planks, and the red exposed brick.
  • The Kitchen Mood board, the four images show concepts of the navy cabinetry with the white countertops and exposed wood shelving. The 5 equally sized swatches to the left represent the stainless steel appliances, the navy cabinetry color, the white marble for the counters, the deep chocolate floors, and the exposed brick that will be across from the kitchen.
  • Mood board for the studio, the four pictures are a combo of renderings showing large scale black and white art against the exposed brick wall, a spiral staircase, and the workspace with floor to ceiling windows providing ample natural light. Some conceptual images of a seating area and sliding barn doors to enter the space round out this area. The swatches to the left show the varying white shiny fabric in the chairs and the cabinet texture, the white slatted pegboard that will be above some cabinetry, the continued chocolate floors, and the exposed red brick wall.
  • The master suite mood board highlights the spaces within the room including a minimalist sleeping area, a separate entry way, a large walk in closet, and a small private lounge. The swatches to the left show a Parisian photo that will hang above the bed, a warm white swatch that will be the wall paint, the deep chocolate floors, and the exposed brick wall.
  • The master bath mood board shows concept images, the entire wall will be a warm gold marble tone with an accessible tub and separate accessible shower, with modern double sinks that allow for roll under access. The swatches to the left highlight the marble, the soft lighter wood cabinetry accents, the deep chocolate flooring and a warm white for the walls.
  • Meditation room mood board showing a small windowless room with a cozy bench and deep red artwork and concept images of aromatherapy and shelves with oils and other meditation tools. The pictures are very dark to create a sense of calm and relaxation designed for those with migraine to be able to escape photophobia. The swatches on the right show a much darker tan for the walls and a soft plush fabric for the bench in white, the continued chocolate floors and the exposed brick wall.

Glamorous Hotel Concept: Taking a shabby chic style and adding in a sense of glamour and sophistication for this hotel design. Below are the furnishing choices and AutoCAD designs:

  • A mood board for the bedroom. The main color swatches are a cream with a complementary charcoal paired with an espresso wood floor. Furniture selections in white with gold accents are displayed with a cozy bed concept in a blush with grey accents and ample throw pillows. It is complete with a gold and blush abstract piece of art that will hang above the bed.
  • The bedroom floor plan and elevation renderings positioned side by side. In the autocad software I altered the furniture pieces to directly match my final selections. The elevation shows the perspective across from the bed with the desk and chair sitting next to an ornate dresser with a tv atop it. The floor plan shows the top view where the bed is central on the wall across from the desk.
  • The living room mood board shows the furniture selections slightly arranged. A soft blush chair sits next to a grey sofa. An ornate gold table lamp and a gold and crystal floor lamp frame the couch. A simple oval gold and glass coffee table sits in front. A beautiful bubble design collage of mirrors is hung above the sofa. This room will also have cream walls and espresso floors and will pull in bright teal accents through the pillows.
  • The living room elevation shows the wall with the couch, again edited in the software to match my final selections. To the right of the couch this hotel room provides a small kitchenette with a mini fridge, microwave, sink and coffee station. The floor plan highlights the living room which shows the opposite side having a tv and a little dining area not visible in the elevation.

Booking Inquiries and Rates

Below you can get a glimpse into the various packages I offer along with rates for individual services. I am only accepting clients on a limited basis but if you’d like to work together fill out this contact form and I will be in touch. Please include in your message any details regarding what you’re looking for and your preferred project timeline.

I am a disabled designer and my main commitment is to prioritizing access for clients and reimagining how design can be done for clients with a range of needs.


Flyer of my design packages. An initial consult is $50. The first design package is called Design Lite and starts at $190. This includes two rooms, with a discounted rate of $80 per additional room. Each room will have an inspiration board, color palette with paint colors, a detailed shopping list and a choice of 2-3 furniture selections or full accent selections. 
The second design package is called design pro and starts at $450. This includes two rooms with a discounted rate of $125 per additional room. This package includes a color palette with paint colors, lighting selections, fabrics - which include rugs, pillows, and window treatments, furniture up to 4 pieces per room, main artwork and a detailed shopping list.
Both packages have a variety of upgrades available that start at $20.
Design A La Carte Services include Spatial planning for $50, Color Selection for $50, Full Rooms starting at $100. These services are broken down into furniture selection for $100 which includes 4 pieces per room, with $20 per additional piece. A la carte selection for furniture including a consult call is $40. Full room decor selection starts at $100 per room with a base package including lighting, fabrics, and main artwork. The full decor package is $150 per room including the base package plus finishing touch selections. The final service available is the finishing touch service for $75.

Client Reviews:

"Alexandra did a complete interior design on my empty condo. What’s more, she did it virtually using video chats. I can’t say enough about how much I adore the space she designed and receive frequent compliments on the décor. Alexandra gave me choices throughout the design and explained everything thoroughly. It felt like she was guiding my hand rather than controlling the process and I appreciated that very much. I highly recommend Alexandra and would love to work with her again." - client review 2021