“The decisions we make at home powerfully impact our wellbeing – and a happy, beautiful home can be a foundation for a cheerful life” – Sophie Donelson
Sarah Stacey Interior Design fundamentally believes a home should be a reflection of who it is crafted for, and that a well-designed home is the foundation for a beautiful life.
We create one-of-a-kind, thoughtfully curated, layered homes that represent our clients needs and lifestyles. Whether you’re furnishing a living room or bedroom, remodeling a kitchen or bathroom, or building from the ground up. We are your advocate, advisor, and creator – all in one.
Sarah recently won Best of Houzz 2019 in both Design and Customer Service categories, and her Palmer Drive kitchen design won an 2018 Austin NARI CoTY award for Best Kitchen in the $30,000 – $60,000 category.
Our work can be found in: Architectural Digest and Elle Décor (as part of Loloi’s Rugs for the Original Ad Campaign), a March 2017 feature in This Old House Magazine, and in the 2016 season of the popular House Hunters Renovations on HGTV.
You can also regularly find her work in: Forbes.com, HGTV.com, Houzz, Austin HOME, Rue, Casa VOUGE Brasil, Design Milk, Apartment Therapy, Consumer Reports, Parent’s Magazine, Austin American Statesman, TRIBEZA, Design Milk, Austin Way Magazine, Citygram Magazine, Austin’s news channel YNN, and in Liebe pro m², a German interiors coffee table book.
Sarah is from South Louisiana and graduated from Louisiana State University where she studied Studio Art, Business, Advertising and Interior Design. After a successful career in Advertising, she moved to her now home of Austin, TX and opened her business, Sarah Stacey Interior Design, in March of 2009.
A proud supporter of Austin’s art community, Sarah has served on the Board of Directors for the Rude Mechanicals, a ground-breaking ensemble-based theater collective based in East Austin. She is currently on the board of Design Changes Lives, a new non-profit dedicated to inspiring confidence in children through custom-designed bedrooms.
As a former coordinator for Interscope Records, Jessica’s creative eye was developed in the company of literal rock stars.
While generating album concepts for artists such as Beck, Gwen Stefani, 50 Cent, and others, Jessica worked with photographers, stylists, and designers to turn creative ideas into eye-catching visuals. From there, it was off to the world of indie films for Jessica, where she worked as a production designer and wardrobe stylist. After moving to Austin from the west coast, Jessica launched her own wardrobe consulting company, and eventually lent her design expertise to corporate and lifestyle event planning.
At Sarah Stacey Interior Design, Jessica works with clients to find just the right accessories to reflect their personality and interests, while beautifully complementing a space’s larger design. You can often find Jessica combing Etsy and Ebay, tracking down a gem from a private estate seller, or exploring small-town antique stores for pieces that her clients have an instant connection with.