Interior Design
Professional Organization
Hoarding Consulting

 

Based in Dallas/Fort Worth
Servicing USA from NYC to California

 
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About Lori

Lori has a passion and gift for working with clients and listening to what they want while giving her professional advice and incorporating her clients' inspiration and personal tastes to create a space they will love.

 

Interior Design

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Lori got her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design in 2005, and soon after established her residential and commercial design practice.

Professional Organization

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As the Marketing Director and board member for the Dallas/FT. Worth Chapter NAPO (National Association of Productivity & Organizing), she has a natural tendancy and gift for creating an organized space.

Hoarding Consulting

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Transforming lives, creating breakthroughs, and coaching hoarders to achieve their obtainable goals. 

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Testimonials

“Lori has great artistic style and abilities as well as computer knowledge. She has good leadership ability and has led crews and projects to completion. Ours is a fast-paced and time-sensitive company and Lori has been able to work with the tight deadlines that are frequently imposed.”

Dianne Stonecipher, Production Manager/Graphic Artis

 

“Are you ready to go to the next level but don’t know where to start? Well, today is your lucky day. Lori is a dynamo. She has energy, creativity and passion. She helped me to clear out the old and organize what was left so that I could live in a beautiful clutter free space. She flawlessly designed elements that furthered my goals of a clean and beautiful space that I want to be in! Do yourself a favor and book an appointment with her right away, I promise you will be glad you did!”

— Teraysa Grasty NMT, LMBT

 

“Lori’s artistic spirit and personality are both engaging and infectious, endearing her to peers and clients alike. These traits, paired with a natural talent, make her not only fearless when It comes to creativity and design, but a real contender in the design community.”

Charla Blake, IDEC, Assoc. AIA