Most people are nervous talking with a designer, let alone hiring one.  Not all designers are the stereotype of extravagant, temperamental and costly.  I treat my clients the way I expected to be treated and will never say “That’s got to go!”

When designing, my objective is that at the end of the project it exceeds my client’s expectations.


As a certified color expert and certified interior designer, Gail Mayhugh, has run a successful architectural color consulting and interior design firm for over 25 years.  Gail received her interior design degree from the Interior Design Institute in 1992.  She further her expertise and certification in color by studying with worldwide color experts, Dewey Sadka, Founder of the Dewey Color System,  Kate Smith, International Color Expert of Sensation Color, Lori Sawaya, Leading Color Strategist and Leatrice Eisman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.

Since starting her firm, Gail has worked with over 2,000 clients, both nationally and internationally, on 6,000,000 square feet of residential and commercial, interior and exterior projects.

Gail is an accomplished speaker, seminar leader and instructor, who also Co-Hosted ABC’s Decorator’s Notebook television show.  She is a design columnist for the Las Vegas Review Journal and has been a contributing writer in numerous publications.

Consulting on architectural color decisions for both interiors and exteriors, Gail collaborates with home and business owners, property managers, architects, painters, contractors, builders, realtors and homeowner associations.  She is a member of CAI, Community Associations Institute, serving on their Membership Committee.

Gail also believes in giving back to the community and founded, Seniors To The Rescue, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit.  Seniors To The Rescue works with older adults in assisted living communities by doing projects together which support animal rescues and shelters. By engaging older adults in community work, it enhances their physical and mental health, giving them a sense of control, purpose, self-confidence, and empowerment. From projects and donations raised through Seniors To The Rescue, more animals are helped, and every older adult involved knows that they have made a difference.