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Professional Member of IDS

Certified Interior Designer #7067 by the CCIDC

Masti Brett is a certified licensed interior designer with an AA in interior design and a BA in business from London Polytechnics. She specializes in residential interiors.


With her multi-cultural background and experience growing up in Hamburg, Germany, she's learned to appreciate the Biedermeier style, art nouveau, French-inspired Neoclassical style and Bauhaus. This has encouraged her to think about how interiors can shape our life experiences and mood.


Her work is best described as creative and functional, inviting and comfortable. Her aesthetic is classic with a twist to the whimsical, timeless with a slight edge. She prides herself on attention to detail, devotion to quality and love for local artistry. Every client and project is distinct and treated accordingly. Her passion for design and the desire to support her customer’s goals is her first priority.

Interior Designer: Terry Thomas


Professional Interior Designer

10+ years Experience

Creating a beautiful and comfortable home for my clients has been my focus throughout my design career.  Today our homes are being used not only for day to day living, but for many of us they have to also function as work spaces or classrooms.  


I have worked on a wide variety of projects from putting together a small sitting space to a whole house redesign, and I would welcome the opportunity to put my years of design experience and project management to work for you to help create a home environment that reflects your style and everyday needs.



Professional Interior Designer

40+ years Experience

Dawn Gough is an experienced designer who has been working with several high end furniture manufacturers and retailers across the west coast. She has expert knowledge of the principles and elements of interior design and provides an array of design services.

Dawn strives to meet the needs of each individual client whether their preference is Metro Modern, Coastal Comfort, Rustic Tahoe, Transitional or Traditional. In doing so she creates a sense of feng shui to create a harmonious balance in the home. She enjoys assisting her clients in developing small to large spaces from residential to commercial spaces.


Most importantly, Dawn is artistically inspired and understands the concept of functionality and beauty. She will incorporate your sentimental pieces while introducing you to future favorites, developing the feeling and timeless style that you desire.


Professional Member of IDS

Certified Interior Designer #2739 by the CCIDC

Interior Designer: Renata Payne

Congratulations on retirement!!



Stage 3 | Quotation

Designers will work closely with the client to best guide them in the process of making final selections and also help visualize how the different components will come together. Designers will spend countless hours selecting the right fabric out of hundreds of manufacturer samples, custom designing the perfect sofa, and determining the best materials to create your dream home.

Stage 1 | Consultation

Designers will meet with the client for an in-store appointment to get a feel for how the client actually lives in the home, and how they intend to use the space. Designers will also discuss project requirements, budgets, timeframes, and desired outcomes.

Stage 2 | Proposal

After meeting with your designer, a time will be scheduled to come to the home to develop a floor plan and take necessary measurements. The Initial Home Consultation is $250, ($100 toward store purchase). Additional design services are available at $150 per hour. This can include: floor plans, color palette, selection of fabric, flooring, and wall color, drapery treatments, specifying furniture, and accessorizing. Once all of the components of the project are selected, your designer will present to you their proposed plan for your home. As a client, this is an especially important time to express any concerns, questions, or doubts. 

Stage 4 | Implementation

This is where the new design starts to come to life. Designers will review drawings with contractors, coordinate installation and delivery of furniture and goods, and ensure that everything is going according to plan.  

Stage 5 | Completion

After the work is completed, the client will walk through the new space with the designer to ensure the client is satisfied with the overall design. Any necessary paperwork or adjustments will be finalized. 



A sofa or sectional is easily one of the most important pieces of furniture you will buy, since most of the floor plan revolves around it. With so many options and styles, choosing the right sofa can be overwhelming. Here are some questions to consider before making the commitment. 

Hancock and Moore room setting featuring the Aidan Sofa

1. How will the sofa be used?

This question is most important because it determines the size and features that best fit your needs. For example, if you are a person who entertains often, you might consider a sofa with firm seat edges to ease balance, with an average height of 20”.

2. How many seats/cushions do you need?

This answer will largely depend on how you will use the sofa. Keep in mind, the number of cushions does not mean the number of people you can fit on the sofa. Typically, for a family room, the fewer the cushions, the better. Especially if you have children that play on the furniture.

3.What type of fabric or upholstery should you choose?

The first thing to consider is the intended use of the sofa. If you are a person with small children or pets, you might select a performance fabric. A leather upholstery is generally the best option for serious usage as it usually does well with age.


When it comes to selecting a color palette for your home, it can be very overwhelming with so many colors to choose from. Committing to a certain color can be difficult for consumers when it comes to decorating their home. Although there is no right or wrong choice, there are some steps you could take to help you select the color that sets the overall tone of your home.

Understand the floor plan

Since any room can have a main feature that stands out, it’s best to select a color scheme that compliments that piece. When you are determining which room or areas are visible from another room, looking at the floor plan is the best place to start. Spaces that co-exist should be complementary to one another to create a sense of flow and harmony.

Creating the mood

Color evokes emotion on a subconscious level. Although, not everyone reacts to color the same, they will all register a similar reaction. Deciding what mood you are going for will help you choose colors that enhance that feeling or emotion. Warm colors will lend themselves to an energetic and fun vibe, whereas cool colors create a sense of relaxation and calmness.

Here are the basic responses to color as follows:

Room setting featuring multicolored furniture

White | simplicity, clarity, purity, cleanness

Grey | neutrality

Red | intimate, passion, warmth, energy

Orange | sensuality, warmth, fun

Yellow | evokes creativity, welcoming, optimism

Green | tranquil, peace, restful

Blue | coolness, serenity, meditative

Violet | stimulating, spiritual, luxury

Pink | fun, feminine, lively

Brown | warmth, nature

Be creative in your color palette

The look and feel of your home should reflect your personality. If you are looking for something dramatic and colorful, a complimentary color scheme will help you achieve that. A complementary color scheme is two colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel. You can add plenty of color to a space by using a monochromatic color scheme as well, by using various shades of the same color. By knowing the intensity of the mood you wish to create, you can determine the right color scheme for your space.