Liz McGavran has been designing interiors over 25 years. She brings her unique skills, creativity and love of color to every size project. In addition to staging homes, her experience includes custom window treatments, green and redesign options for residential and commercial spaces.
She has an exceptional eye for details and an innate ability to choose just the right furniture, accessories or art to transform any space from drab to remarkable.
Knowledgeable on current design trends, Liz will bring a fresh, updated look to your home.
She is efficient and effective, always minding budgets and creating a satisfying experience for the client.
I'll make the project enjoyable by using my vast professional resources and a keen eye for color and scale to bring options that keep all the elements in harmony. I work with your existing belongings and add new flair to create an exciting, invigorating space.
Most of all, I believe a properly decorated space relaxes, revives and motivates you.
My typical clients are:
1. Busy people who are overwhelmed by the selection process but want function and style on any budget.
2. People who need a game plan to start a project and follow it through.
My motto is "Let's get it done!"
Liz McGavran speaking about Green Living during a radio interview with a Cincinnati station.
In The News
WBC Readers’ Choice - Top 10 Women in Interior Design
Nominators Molly Prues of Independent Spirits and Sandra Vogel of the eWomen Network.
Liz started out 19 years ago fabricating home décor items for other designers, and two years later she started her own business specializing in window treatments. The business has evolved into a full-service residential design firm with an emphasis on nontoxic materials and color therapy. Liz’s focus is style with comfort and beauty. Many people are afraid to make a mistake, so they don’t do anything. She helps overcome design dilemmas by being an objective observer and listener, and providing a game plan so clients can be comfortable with their decisions. She treats each home as if it were her own. Liz donated consulting and window treatments for the First Step Home.
Each month, Women’s Business Cincinnati asks readers to nominate women for a Top 10 list in a particular field.
Vol. 2, Issue 12 • DECEMBER 2006