ABOUT ME

Natalie

interior designer

NATALIE PETERSON

Do what makes you feel most alive.

I’ve heard it said the real journey in life is to search for and find what makes you feel most alive. As a visual artist what makes me feel alive is helping others gain confidence through creativity to realize that their visions have the potential to be turned into reality. Merely being alive is a miracle. Enhancing life by surrounding yourself with functional and beautiful spaces begins with a single vision – the simple nucleus of an idea- and develops through partnering with those who can help you develop it. Collaboration and connection. WIth someone who understands you and can help you turn what you envision into reality, I believe we all seek connections with partners who inspire a sense of confidence and trust. The most rewarding feeling for me is helping clients feel this excitement as their visions become reality.

SERVICES

This is what I do.

TIMELINE

Highlights.

2009

National Computer Science Award

First Place
2007

Honduras for SHH

Volunteer
2016

Inside Story Designs

Designer
2017-2019

Vanderbilt Interiors

Owner
TESTIMONIALS

They love us.

Incredible as always. This guys have excellent taste,modeling, texturing & rendering skills. The design fits in with what I would perceive as being Icelandic, the high wooden roof design and linear slatted interior elements and colours.

Mark Eganberg

Incredible as always. This guys have excellent taste,modeling, texturing & rendering skills. The design fits in with what I would perceive as being Icelandic, the high wooden roof design and linear slatted interior elements and colours.

Jennifer Hilbertson

Incredible as always. This guys have excellent taste,modeling, texturing & rendering skills. The design fits in with what I would perceive as being Icelandic, the high wooden roof design and linear slatted interior elements and colours.

Lesley Grand

Incredible as always. This guys have excellent taste,modeling, texturing & rendering skills. The design fits in with what I would perceive as being Icelandic, the high wooden roof design and linear slatted interior elements and colours.

John Frick