From a very young age, design was way of life for Paige. She frequently redesigned her childhood bedroom, and as a teen, it was clear the small-town Texan was destined to travel. And though she eventually settled long enough to graduate from Texas State University with a degree in English and Art History, she often claims her true education was cultivated from traveling the globe. Valuing her passport as much as her diploma, she spent several semesters immersing herself in art, museums and the rich, cultures of her many stops around the world, especially Mexico, Europe and the Continental US.
Inspired by her travels and driven by her creativity and appreciation of the many vibrant textiles, colors and materials she experienced, Paige took on the renovation, remodel and design of a hundred year old Craftsman Bungalow in historic Oak Cliff, her very first home and first personal design project.
Since 2003, she has worked all aspects of design production and directed projects for high-end retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Horchow, Wisteria, Pier 1 and creative content companies such as Arts + Labor. Perhaps her true design style shines brightest in her residential projects, where the unique stories of owners and their pieces inspire her to create beautifully designed spaces that convey the human element.
She has been recognized in various design publications such as Architectural Digest, The Dallas Morning News, Design*Sponge, Domino, DHome, Elle Décor, Good Housekeeping and House Beautiful. Her work was most recently featured on the cover of Justina Blakeney’s New York Times best-selling design book “The New Bohemians: Cool and Collected on Homes” and in the Loloi “Rugs for the Original” fall ad campaign for Elle Decor, House Beautiful and Domino magazine. She is currently a finalist for HGTV’s 2015 Fresh Face of Design.