My desire to bring beauty and organization to my surroundings started at a young age. My dollhouse design lacked no detail, and I never missed a day of picking out my dad’s tie!
I searched interior design programs in the southeast (let’s be honest, within a 3-hour drive of home) and was excited to claim Georgia Southern as my future alma mater. GSU’s Interior Design program equipped me with the practical skills to turn my long-time hobby into a full-time career. After graduation in 2005, I moved back to Florida to work for a local design firm where I gained hands-on experience in the industry.
I started this business in the spring of 2013 during a season of juggling the work/life balance with a young child. I wanted a business that combined my passion for design with my passion to serve others and allowed the flexibility I needed for my family. What started as a small venture and a big step of Faith, God has blessed and grown beyond my greatest expectations. More recently, I have been able to expand my business ventures to include the opening of our retail location Cape House, a home and hospitality store in the heart of Amelia Island.
I was born and raised in Fernandina Beach, Florida and have always had a special place in my heart for this little island. I ventured off to Valdosta, GA where I earned my B.S. in Psychology in 2016.
After graduation, I moved to Tallahassee in the search of the perfect job but could never find the right fit for me. I gave it a year and then decided to move back home to be closer to family and see what opportunities I could find there.
That changed when I started with Lola Interiors in August of 2017 - and it has been nothing but a blessing ever since! I have always had an appreciation for interior design and pretty spaces – and as Project Manager, I have a passion for putting together the pieces of each design project, bringing Tiffany’s vision and the client’s dreams to life from start to finish.
Plus, getting to be around such an amazing team of hardworking women everyday is truly a dream job!
Raised in Atlanta – I spent countless weekends visiting Amelia Island. I grew up with a love of aesthetics – and also a need for order and organization, leading to the pursuit of a B.S. in Marketing from the College of Charleston in South Carolina.
After honing my skills at a boutique public relations agency in the Holy City, I made the move to join the Lola Interiors team in May of 2016, working in marketing and operations to create systems to better serve our growing list of clients. That role has now evolved into Project Manager – which includes an array of tasks to simplify the design process and efficiently executing client projects from start to finish.
When not working, you’ll find me enjoying a walk on the beach; exploring new places to eat and drink; or catching up on Bon Appetit test kitchen videos.
Growing up in Michigan, it’s no surprise that waking up to sunshine and warm air most days makes me very happy. I’ve always had a passion for business, people, and organization, so creating a professional, friendly, and easy client experience is my goal. As the Business Manager, I get to see each phase of a project develop and come to life with brilliant lines and texture. It’s a true joy to be part of delivering livable luxury to our sweet clients while working alongside such inspiring women.
On days off, I love to spend time with my family, organize and redecorate my house, and serve at church. I’m very thankful to love what I do and do what I love!
I grew up in Macon, Georgia but Amelia Island holds fond memories as my family's vacation spot. Upon my high school graduation, my parents made Fernandina Beach their permanent home. At that time, I went to college at Valdosta State University and obtained a degree in Business Management, minoring in Entrepreneurship. I married my high school sweetheart and moved to Kennesaw, Georgia while he finished his engineering degree. We then decided to join my parents in Amelia Island as my husband joined the family business and I joined the team at Lola Interiors in an administrative role.
When not supporting the Lola team and our clients on administrative tasks (while absorbing as much as I can about the interior design world along the way), you'll find me hanging out with my family, shopping and walking on the beach.