Erin Ellsworth

Senior Custom Interior Designer
Sorceress of Selections

Erin is an NCIDQ-certified interior designer with over 14 years of professional experience. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. Erin’s technical skills, attention to detail, and eye for balance were cultivated in both the commercial and residential design fields. Along the way, she learned from top designers, architects, contractors, and product representatives in the industry. Her career began after moving from Wisconsin to Seattle in 2006 to pursue a position designing boutique hotels. Eventually, she moved on to design large-scale resorts, luxury apartments, and amenity spaces. However, she discovered her passion lies in helping individuals, and families define their own personal aesthetic to design beautiful and functional spaces. Her single-family residential experience ranges from small remodels to high-end new construction.

Erin appreciates the opportunity to work closely with each client to ensure their home suits their needs and reflects their unique vision. One of her top responsibilities is constructing a design plan that both fits within the budget, fulfills the design goals, and balances priorities. She provides guidance at every step of the design process and listens carefully to client concerns and requirements before offering solutions and options. Erin takes great care in selecting finishes, lighting, and colors that complement each other to create uncluttered spaces that feel timeless and comfortable. She finds deep satisfaction when the dream home becomes reality, and expectations are exceeded.

Erin draws her creative inspiration from being in nature and visiting new places with her two young boys and husband. She also enjoys quiet nights in the backyard around a firepit with friends and finds joy in the funny, everyday moments of raising spirited boys. She finds calm in her yoga practice and a large cup of coffee.

A favorite quote: “The details are not the details. They make the design.” – Charles Eames