AG Interior Design continues the heritage begun with A Perfect Fit in 1992. Although the company name has changed, the service and expertise are at the same high level as always.
Residential clients and commercial clients—both for corporate projects and especially for dental and medical offices—are welcome and treated to attentive, expert, and responsive design services.
We consider approachability to be as important as respect for budget in our relationships with clients. A former officer of NWSID, Ann Gibney, PhD, holds the NCIDQ certification and is committed to lifelong expansion of knowledge.
DaliaDesign Group was founded in 2009 by Owner/Principal, Phyllis Eastman who was born and raised in Portland Oregon into an artistic family that fostered the creative process and raised a budding interior designer. Her dad was the artist of the family while mom kept Phyllis and her sisters involved in 4-H, Bluebirds and Camp Fire Girls.
After years in the world of commercial Interior Design, where she was integrally involved with the design and installation of hotels and restaurants including, the planning and installation of large commercial food facilities for retirement communities, Phyllis realized that her true passion lies not only in creating beautiful and exciting interiors, but creating beautiful and exciting interiors that are skillfully and artfully designed for “accessibility” and “visitability”. She now designs wonderful “Inclusive Interiors” for Commercial and Residential projects that are meant to effortlessly and seamlessly include “all people of all ages and all abilities”.
Early in 2004 she embarked on a professional adventure and journey, creating a truly unique and beautiful retail experience, LEE/Eastman Contemporary Design Studio which opened in 2007 in the Bridgeport Village area. But alas the economy had different plans for her as well as for many of you.
Phyllis graduated with honors in Interior Design from Bassist College located in Portland OR, while single-handedly raising two very small boys. Never one to sit still, she has just received her certificate in “Kitchen and Bath Design” from Portland Community College, and will receive a certificate in “Accessibility an Aging in Place” in the spring.
Phyllis is the proud member of the following organizations:
OGA (Oregon Gerontological Association) Board Member & Marketing Committee
NWSID (Northwest Society of Interior Designers) an Associate Member
NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) currently studying for the Associate Kitchen & Bath Designer certification.