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Tracy Morris breathes life into rooms, giving them unexpected flavor. Her inspired dynamic interiors showcase her clients’ personalities and passions and empower them to look within and create a home that is their own true reflection.

Tracy Morris

Hometown: Washington, DC

When did you know you wanted to go into design?
At age six. I started building two-story colonials (including the furniture) out of Legos. To this day, if you hand me some Legos, a house will be built.

What is the destination that most invigorates your creativity and inspiration?
It is hard to name just one. Out of all the places I love, they all have three things in common: Amazing light, architecture with color/texture & full of natural surroundings. It could be a square in the south of France with light streaming on a crumbling wall as the birds swoop overhead. A hiking trail in Beaver Creek CO where the light slices through the bright white aspen trees or a beach in Turks & Caicos where the water is so turquoise that it looks like Disney put food coloring in it. Bottom line, anywhere nature combines with good light & history is a place for me.

Tell us something we don’t know about you.
I love all things Irish. There is nothing like Irish music to put me in a good mood!

Catherine Lenz

Hometown: Hutchinson, MN

When did you know you wanted to go into design?
When I was in elementary school. My mother was a textile designer and it was always the highlight of my week when she would let me come to her studio after school to “help her design.” Also my parents would frequently come home to find that I had rearranged my entire bedroom and that I had replaced my bedding with the guest rooms’ in hopes of redecorating.

Who is your interior design hero, and what is your favorite space that he/she has decorated?
Dorothy Draper and the Greenbrier Resort. Just about everything she has ever designed has been incredibly classic and iconic. Her signature bold colors and patterns just make me feel so happy!

Tell us something we don’t know.
I am a complete outdoors woman. I love anything to do with being outdoors from skiing, to rowing, to fishing, to camping.

Sandra Sullivan

Hometown: Montvale, NJ

What is the destination that most invigorates your creativity and inspiration?
The rocky coastline of Maine. The brooding gray skies and range of sea hues from turquoise to deep gray/blues.

Tell us something we don’t know about you.
I am a certified wine professional.

Maha Hartary

Tell us something we don’t know.
I I was born in Jerusalem. Raised in L.A. And speak fluent Arabic.

When did you know you wanted to go into design?
My father is an engineer. Growing up, I would sit at his drafting table and use his T-square and templates to reconfigure our floorplan. I thought his mechanical pencils were so cool.

What is unique about the business of interior design, compared to other lines of work?
Interior design combines creativity with logistics. It is all at once personal and detail oriented. Surpassing  client expectations is very rewarding.

If you were a classic piece of furniture, what would you be?
The ever logical and effective Le Corbusier LC2 armchair. Chrome frame. Black leather.

  • “Tracy Morris is responsive, professional, and just a pleasure to work with. I recommend her to anyone looking for a wonderful designer with a friendly approach.”
  • “Tracy is a superb designer and person that encompasses a sense of wellbeing and serenity into her spaces.”
  • “She has a way of understanding someone’s style and creating a room that is both functional and unique.”
  • “Refreshingly good designer with an excellent eye for architecture.”
  • “Tracy’s attention to balance and sense of color creates comfortable, yet highly stylish customized living spaces.”

Please contact us with inquiries.

Tracy Morris Design
1234 31ST ST NW Washington DC 20007
202 465-8114

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