Beginning her company over 15 years ago, Andrea Schumacher has been installing beauty into the world one design at a time. Her work is a perfect blend of her strong educational background and natural talent, along with her service-oriented nature. She has been a “Best of Houzz” winner several times, which is voted upon by homeowners and design enthusiasts. We love discovering the personal style of interior designers based upon the pieces they choose for their LUXList. This week you will be pleasantly surprised to discover our LUXList Designer Andrea Schumacher and her sophisticated designs!
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Andrea’s LUXList Picks
Vintage Oversize Beni Ourain North African Berber Rug
PAIR OF GRACEFUL STILNOVO STYLE SCONCE
VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Yellow gold and Wood Bracelet Suite
Describe your design aesthetic in a few words?
Curated design with a delicate balance between found objects and clean lined upholstered goods
Using antiques and found pieces make a home feel put together over time. We love blending different styles, custom pieces and antiques with items that the client already owns.
What inspires you?
My travels around the world always have an influence on my design – I especially love incorporating hand crafted, one-of-a-kind Asian antiques or chinoiserie into project. The ancient culture used brass, embroidered embellishments and hand carved wood everywhere, which goes with every style no matter if it’s modern or traditional.
Andrea started the company in 1999 and holds a bachelors degree in interior design from the F.I.D.E.R. accredited Colorado State University. She also earned a certificate in Universal Design from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and has furthered her design studies with courses toward a Masters in Architecture at the University of Colorado. She is an ASID allied member and has experience in a variety of aspects and disciplines of architecture and interiors. Her experience ranges from both commercial and residential spaces, as well as set design for television at ‘Days of Our Lives’ and Columbia Pictures.