Hi! I'm Julie. I help style-savvy people who want the help of a professional designer to create a cohesive interior style, to feel at home in their house, and to design a space that is a reflection of their personality and lifestyle.

My passion is creating beautiful environments that have a calming and welcoming energy. A home that is a haven will allow you to lead a more peaceful, productive life.

I have my MA in Interior Design from Marymount University in Arlington, VA. I am an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers. I am also a LEED Green Associate, a designation I learned through an exam given by the US Green Building Council. My personal style is Domino magazine meets House Beautiful meets Traditional Home. I love baseball, sailing, weather that is between 60-80 degrees, dogs, quoting Mean Girls, and architecture of the early twentieth century. Think of me as a real life mash-up of Liz Lemon, Mindy Lahiri, Bridget Jones and Grace Adler. I live in Atlanta, GA with my two doggos. You can learn more than you ever wanted to know about me here.

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JULIE DANIEL

MA, ALLIED ASID, LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE

 
 
I was so overwhelmed after purchasing my first home. Not only did Julie help me pull together a cohesive design, she helped my new house feel like a home.
— Katherine Kubler, Homeowner

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What I've Achieved

  • Masters in Interior Design from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia
  • Achieved LEED Green Associate ranking by passing the exam given by the US Green Building Council.
  • Experience in both residential and commercial interior design, decorating and staging.
  • Bachelors in Modern Foreign Languages from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
  • Masters Thesis written on the psychological and physical characteristics that turn a house into a home, and how these attributes were discussed in home magazines published between 1929-1945.