You want your home to simplify your everyday life and help your family thrive, but aren’t sure how to get there. I help guide design decisions and provide beautiful and hardworking solutions for families who are redesigning, renovating or building a new farmhouse or country home.
I work on projects large and small including consulting on construction plans, creating floor plans and furniture layouts, designing custom cabinetry and selecting architectural details and finishes.
My work is featured in Joanna Gaines’ design book Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave, a #1 New York Times Bestseller, and Canadian House & Home, a national shelter publication.
Meet + Greet Call
A 15 minute phone call to learn about your project, what you’re struggling with and how I can help. We’ll also find out if we’re a good fit before we book a Design Session.
*E-Design Packages and Virtual Design Sessions available for long distance clients.
Up to 2 hour on-site work session to make design decisions such as colour, finish and architectural selections and furniture layout. The session can also be used to get started on a remodelling or new construction project by brainstorming ideas and solutions.
If your project is larger in scale, available services include Design Consulting, Concept Design, 3D Rendering and Custom Cabinetry Design.
A Design Package for Walnut Farm House (my own home) is now available.
The 13 page document includes dimensioned floor plans, 3D views, a farm site plan and timeline.
Contact Angela to book a call to discuss your project
or to inquire about pricing and other details of the Walnut Farm Design Package.
I love a hardworking and beautiful home.
With a degree in civil engineering and a career in project management, it wasn’t until I designed, built and decorated my own family’s new stone farmhouse that I confirmed my love for design. Every day, the design of our home simplifies our lives by keeping us organized, making the most of our space and weathering the wear and tear of farm life with four kids beautifully, so we can focus on what really matters.
As a child growing up in a military family, I lived in a lot of homes. With each move, we packed up our antiques and treasures and recreated our home in a new space. The outside world changed, but home was the same familiar place I knew, filled with antique art, auction finds and European design that told our story. This is how I learned to make a home.
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