Debby Cooper has always had an eye for design. Her grandmother was an avid mid-century modern art collector who commissioned two houses by Marcel Breuer (a Bauhaus architect). Aesthetics were always paramount -- furniture, art work, linens, and even their utensils had to meet a rigorous sense of minimalism and functionality. An eye for design runs in the family. Her brother, also a designer, inspired her to join the field. Other family members are architects, art collectors, and art consultants.
Debby studied art history extensively at Columbia University, and then went on to Georgetown Law School. After years of practicing environmental law at a big New York law firm, she decided to take time off to raise her three children. Eventually, she decided to combine her work ethic and commitment to client service with her love of interior design.
She has lived in Bethesda for more than 18 years. During this time, Debby renovated and redecorated numerous times. Finally, having reached the maximum potential for their 1940s brick colonial, her family moved to their dream home.
This new home was a blank canvas. She immediately set to work -- finding the best furniture, at reasonable prices, that would also hold up to their busy lives with three kids, While working on this home, she realized that interior design is her real calling! Without hesitation, she began studying Interior Design through RHODEC (an ASID-certified program), and began to work for friends and other clients.
Debby's goal is to improve your life by creating spaces you love. She can envision the best layout, choose colors, and find all the right pieces -- furniture, area rugs, lighting, drapery, artwork, and accessories.
Most people in the DC area are too busy to spend their free time searching for furniture, looking through hundreds of websites or thousands of fabrics -- agonizing over all the minutia. Nor do they want to spend a fortune. That's where DC Interiors comes in! Debby will work tirelessly to help you find that one piece, create the perfect room, or do your whole house, all without breaking the budget.
DC Interiors -- Improving your world, one room at a time.