Celia Friedman Interior Design offers holistic solutions that provide mental freedom and successfully designed spaces that support your daily activities and passions.
If you want a home that is a reflection of your personal style and are in-tune with the affect your home or workspace has on your mental health and emotional well-being then I can’t wait to work with you! The Get Started page has more information about starting your project.
Interior Design: Well designed spaces positively impact the way we interact with them and each other. Spaces must foster human connection in the public sphere and support our lifestyles in private. My approach to design is adaptable, multi-functional, and environmentally conscious. Hand sketching and hand drafting are tools used to help with visualizing the finished space. Together we navigate the myriad of furniture, finish, material, color and artwork selections to make choices forming a space that reflects your personal style.
Decluttering: The decluttering process I share teaches you how to make decisions about whether to keep or let go of each object. When only useful and loved items remain, they are organized in a way that fits with how you use the space.
The Celia Friedman Design Blog explores the projects and inspiration behind Celia Friedman Interior Design. It serves as a beautiful and educational resource for clients and community members.
How it all started.
I followed my heart west from Baltimore, Maryland and moved to Spokane three years ago. Celia Friedman Interior Design is a manifestation of childhood play, high school dreams and college education: I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Moore College of Art & Design with a B.F.A. in Interior Design.
When I’m not working, you can find me commercial salmon fishing every July with my family in Ekuk, Alaska (see above right photo). I’ve been going fishing since I was ten months old. We stay in a cabin with no electricity, indoor plumbing, cell service or internet. I enjoy and need the time every year to connect with myself, family and friends without technology.
Here are some things you might not know about me:
- I play the violin and have since fourth grade.
- I started gymnastics in lower school, which became cheerleading in high school. Now, I take aerial silks classes at Coil Studio in Spokane.
- I’m a night owl and have been since I was little. You could find me moving furniture around in my room in middle school well past midnight.
- I thoroughly enjoy listening to classical music while driving.