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Andrew Harris
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Interior Decorator in Atlanta

Andrew Harris, ASID
GA Registered Interior Designer #ID000555

Andrew has 14 years of both high-end commercial and residential design experience.  Upon graduating from Auburn University, he began his career that has included designing exclusive country clubs, law offices, corporate headquarters, executive homes and vacation retreats.

He is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), member of the Georgia Alliance of Interior Designer Professionals (GAIDP), Registered Interior Designer with the State of Georgia, and a certificate holder for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ).

His ability to provide a design that can be either contemporary or traditional and incorporates the clients existing aesthetic is his talent.  His attention to design details and key elements has come through years of study and practice. 

Through his very dedicated work ethic, Andrew puts our clients needs, desires and budgets ahead of everything.  Above all, Andrew's enthusiasm and great spirit brings fun and excitement to every project.

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Robert Grayson, ASID
GA Registered Interior Designer #ID000554

Robert is a graduate of Clemson University’s College of Architecture.

He is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Registered Interior Designer with the State of Georgia, and a certificate holder for the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ).

His 10+ years of project experience encompass a wide range of contract and residential installations from small residential models to over 100,000 SF high-end law firms.

Before moving to Atlanta and pursuing his interests in interior design, Robert worked as an art director for one of Houston’s premier graphic design and marketing firms.

He has won numerous awards and recognition both in the areas of graphic design and interior design.

Being a total “design addict,” he spends much of his free time antiquing and photographing architectural and furniture details.