“Design With A Warm Heart”

—Ilse Crawford


nancy boland

Nancy found her passion for interior design over 10 years ago in a boutique interiors firm on Long Island, NY.  In 2007,  Nancy designed her own Long Island home from the ground up, turning her own hands-on project into a professional calling card.   A collaboration with a fellow designer on a traditional farmhouse in New York, as well as on her own home in Colorado, and almost three years working for a design firm in Denver gave her the confidence needed to embark on her own adventure with partner Martha Lord.  Drawing from her east coast roots and love for antiques and classical architecture, her design aesthetic reflects her affinity  for an eclectic mix of old and new.  She loves the art of the “hunt,” and scours the interiors marketplace for unique, artisan fabrics, furnishings, and objects that lend a collected and carefully curated look to her spaces. 

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martha lord

Throughout her childhood Marty spent much time with her mother meeting with designers, scouring antiques store stateside and overseas and developing a love for design. She is an allied member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) having studied interior design at Harrington Institute of Interior Design in Chicago, Illinois and The Art Institute Colorado in Denver, Colorado. Marty has been involved in many facets of the industry, including product sales, kitchen design, and working with architectural firms. Her experience of collaborating with architects and builders has taught her the value of that relationship and how it contributes to the success of a project. She is an excellent communicator who easily breaks down the design and building process; helping clients with what is often a stressful component of their project. Marty loves personal and detailed spaces that reflect people’s lives. Her well trained eye and ability to understand her clients’ lifestyle result in personal spaces that are not only beautiful, but also inspiring.

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