1803 Pontius Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Los Angeles-based designer, Paige Pierce, is best known for her updated twist on traditional decor. Paige launched Paige Pierce Design in 2014 after 5 years at a high-end New York residential design firm. Paige brings a strong foundation of tradition and artistry that she honed during her time on the East Coast and merges with her West Coast aesthetic. Her love for color, pattern, and detail is a constant in all Paige Pierce Design projects as is the desire to create timeless interiors that reflect her clients’ taste and lifestyle.
A Los Angeles native, Paige originally moved to New York to pursue a career in fashion after graduating from Tulane University in New Orleans. She began her career at Teen Vogue Magazine and then moved on to fashion house, Diane von Furstenberg. It was during her time at DVF, while managing the launch of a home collection and fabric line, that she realized her true calling was for Interiors and she enrolled at Parsons School for Design. Currently, Paige is working with clients in Los Angeles, Northern California, Palm Springs and New York.
Every Paige Pierce Design project is a true collaboration between the client and designer. At the start of a project we dedicate time to learning about the way our clients intend to live in their home. We arrive at the initial meetings armed with a selection of fabrics, colors, imagery, textures, and materials for the clients to touch and feel so that we leave with a comprehensive understanding of their likes and dislikes. With a strong understanding of our clients visions we now spend time developing unique and beautiful design schemes that meet their hopes and exceed their expectations. We work diligently to ensure that timelines are adhered to, budgets are met, and installations run smoothly making the process as seamless as possible for a client and their family.
Paige Pierce Design is a full service design firm and will work on all aspects of a project from start to finish including construction management and oversight.