Stacey is very proud of the relationships she has made with her clients over the years, working with them on several different projects and being referred to their family and friends. Stacey takes pride in making her clients home their sanctuary and loves being part of the transformations.
Decorating projects can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months to complete, therefore it is extremely important for her to understand their family lifestyle, values and desires. The design process entails much more than outward appearance; there are several factors to consider.
Most projects involve several different sources: fabric suppliers, drapery workrooms, furniture manufacturers, upholstery services, custom fabricators, contractors, installers and delivery companies. Stacey manages all aspects of the process, from design, through to final installation. This allows her clients to sit back and enjoy the transformation.
Stacey has had the pleasure of co-designing rooms for two showhouses in Toronto. In 2004, Glendon Hall underwent a major renovation for the Junior League of Toronto’s Showhouse fundraiser. Stacey and her team transformed a very dated, tired room into a wonderful Tuscan Caffe. Again in 2009, Stacey assisted in the redesign of the second floor hallway and sitting area for the McLean House, another beautiful Toronto mansion renovated for Charity.
Stacey is a proud supporter of the Homes for the Holidays charity tour in Markham/Unionville. Stacey has transformed homes on this tour for 9 years. Beautiful homes are professionally decorated by top Markham designers and showcased for a two day tour with proceeds going to the Markham Stouffville Hospital, Breast Health and Varley Art Gallery.
Stacey is a proud small business owner living in Markham with her husband and two teenaged children.