This month we are excited to feature not one but the three designers that make up the St. Paul based interior design firm of Indicia Interior Design. Indicia Interior Design and Furnishings is an award-winning, full service interior design firm that specializes in projects that encompass both new construction and remodeling of existing residences.
Share your background
Krista: Graduate of the Interior Design program, U of M
Daisy: I have over 10 years in design with an emphasis on new construction and remodeling
Anita: Interior Designer/ Kitchen and Bath Designer with over 20 years of experience working with high end, mostly residential design
|Highland Park Home by Krista
If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why
Krista: I am drawn to New Orleans; I love how food and music are so interwoven into the soul of the people and the town.
Describe your dream home in five words
Anita: Charming, timeless with exquisite materials!
What are your hobbies
Daisy: Working out, reading and shopping
|Chanhassen Home by Daisy
Five things you can’t live without
Anita: Family, friends, my dogs, lipstick, design magazines, chocolate and coffee (oh that’s 7)
What are your favorite local shops and restaurants
Daisy: Shops- Anthropologie, Ampersand, Surdyks
Restaurants- Zelo, WA Frost, San Pedros, Nova
Describe one of your favorite projects
Krista: A little Cape Cod style home in the Highland Park neighborhood of St Paul. The client loves super clean contemporary lines and wanted to remodel her bathroom to reflect this aesthetic. We took the space down to the studs and transformed the space into a lux spa. It made the pages of the June 2012 issue of Kitchen and Bath Ideas!
Anita: One I recently finished is a fun mix of old and new. We kept the charm that was there and added lots of practical living space. There are contemporary elements, colors and materials you would not expect in a lake cottage. The clients had a lot of input and great taste!
|Modern Cottage by Anita
Daisy: Whole house remodel in Woodbury. The transformation from sterile builder-white to warm, inviting, traditional was remarkable.
Who is your favorite artist/ furniture designer
Daisy: Artist- Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec- Love his irreverence!
Furniture- I tend to favor mid- century modern which includes many of the greats but the one that stands out for me is Eero Saarinen- His Tulip chair is iconic!
|Eero Saarinen’s Iconic Tulip Chair
What is your favorite room in your home, why
Daisy: Our Master bathroom- despite that it’s not a large space, it truly feels like a luxury spa
|Daisy’s Master Bathroom
Fill in the blank, no room would be complete without…
Krista: Your own personality!
Do you have “go to” paint colors, if so which ones
Anita: White Dove from Benjamin Moore and any color that is slightly “off.” One of my favorite sayings is “there are no bad colors, just unfortunate combinations!”
A huge thank you to Indicia Interior Design, see more work on their website and Houzz page!