Member Spotlight

    Member: Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs


    When did you realize that you wanted to become an interior designer?

    When I stopped to realize how much my environment impacts me every single day and that I could use my gifts to usher this into other people’s homes.


    Who was the first interior designer to make an impression on you?

    Linda Baker of Baker Design Group. I heard her speak at an IDS meeting she hosted years ago and I was immediately drawn to her love for the Lord, her employees and the design community.


    What are some of the things that influence you, aside from furniture and décor?

    My relationship with the Lord is the foundation from which everything starts in my life. The day I realized my creative gifts were an expression of His very nature it propelled my forward to tackle what I set out to do with a new confidence.


    What are your go-to basics?

    Linen Roman shades, poufs which add extra seating and a style element, and wood tones!


    Are you seeing any particular style requests trending amongst your clients?

    California casual is look many of my clients are wanting.


    What’s been your career highlight to date?

    The completion of our fire station project and the new home of Urbanology Designs.


    What’s the most treasured item in your own home?

    I have a very cool coffee table that I spent years waiting to find the right artisan to make it for me! Once I found him I waited for a few months to have it built, the wood had been freshly milled from an ash tree and it needed weeks and weeks to dry before it was ready to be turned into the unique piece it is today.