About Us

 

Anne began her career in interior design in late 90’s after her children were in school and she was able to return to school herself. While residing in Oregon, Anne worked with clients throughout the Portland Metro area, as well as the resort area of Bend in Central Oregon. Now Northern California based, Anne continues to create inviting interiors for residential enjoyment and creates successful environments for commercial clients. Her design goals are to interpret her residential client’s personal style and enhance the image of her commercial clientele. Anne describes her philosophy as client oriented, “I use creativity and personal attention to help my clients realize their goals. I like functional and timeless spaces. I love the juxtaposition of old and new, finding inspiration in the classical and translating it to be current.”

 

Natalya Pulber graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design from Seattle Pacific University.  While finishing up her coursework, she interned at Miller Interior Design firm assisting in completion of a wide variety of projects.  After her internship, she joined Restoration Hardware as a Visual Merchandiser/Interior Design Consultant where she applied visual design and merchandising skills to help drive sales and ensure positive customer experiences.  At Restoration Hardware, Natalya created displays, maintained visual standards, led floor sets, executed signage, and organized the store color/design sample library.  Just before moving to Northern California, she joined Fluke to assist the senior interior designer with facilities management and interior design where she developed and implemented space management planning while providing the maximum efficiency in cost, quality and schedule.

 

Stella was rescued by Anne in January of 2016. Although she was loved, her busy owners didn’t have time to spend with her, so Stella spent her days indoors and alone. “I will never forget the first time I took her on a walk”, says Anne. “It had rained and the aggregate was wet. Stella didn’t know to make of it. She lifted her little paws so high with each cautious step as if she was walking on hot coals.” She was quite a site. Stella loves coming to the studio everyday and spins in circles of excitement each morning when it is time to come to work.

 

 

Anne began her career in interior design in late 90’s after her children were in school and she was able to return to school herself. While residing in Oregon, Anne worked with clients throughout the Portland Metro area, as well as the resort area of Bend in Central Oregon. Now Northern California based, Anne continues to create inviting interiors for residential enjoyment and creates successful environments for commercial clients. Her design goals are to interpret her residential client’s personal style and enhance the image of her commercial clientele. Anne describes her philosophy as client oriented, “I use creativity and personal attention to help my clients realize their goals. I like functional and timeless spaces. I love the juxtaposition of old and new, finding inspiration in the classical and translating it to be current.”

 

Natalya Pulber graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design from Seattle Pacific University.  While finishing up her coursework, she interned at Miller Interior Design firm assisting in completion of a wide variety of projects.  After her internship, she joined Restoration Hardware as a Visual Merchandiser/Interior Design Consultant where she applied visual design and merchandising skills to help drive sales and ensure positive customer experiences.  At Restoration Hardware, Natalya created displays, maintained visual standards, led floor sets, executed signage, and organized the store color/design sample library.  Just before moving to Northern California, she joined Fluke to assist the senior interior designer with facilities management and interior design where she developed and implemented space management planning while providing the maximum efficiency in cost, quality and schedule.

 


Stella was rescued by Anne in January of 2016. Although she was loved, her busy owners didn’t have time to spend with her, so Stella spent her days indoors and alone. “I will never forget the first time I took her on a walk”, says Anne. “It had rained and the aggregate was wet. Stella didn’t know to make of it. She lifted her little paws so high with each cautious step as if she was walking on hot coals.” She was quite a site. Stella loves coming to the studio everyday and spins in circles of excitement each morning when it is time to come to work.