“Most people are nervous talking with an Interior Designer, let alone hiring one. I treat my clients the way I expect 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.”

Gail Mayhugh

I grew up in New York but have lived in Las Vegas for 40 years.  I’ll always be a New Yorker, but now consider myself a local Vegas gal.  Although, I still crave pizza, buttered rolls, bagels, and black and white cookies.  

Thirty years ago, I started my firm after a career in banking. Banking gave me the experience to understand business and money management, so I’m great working with budgets.  Being a creative person, people think of me as a little different, as I find accounting and budget management relaxing, which my clients love.  

I received my interior design degree from the Interior Design Institute, but my training didn’t stop there.  I’ve furthered my expertise and certification in color by studying with worldwide color experts.  No matter how long you do something, you can always improve yourself.

Since starting my firm, I’ve been fortunate to work with over 2,000 clients on 6 million square feet of residential and commercial projects, both nationally and internationally.  My most exciting project was in Russia, which was also on my bucket list.  It was an interesting experience, but I’d do it again. 

One of the fun things I did was co-host a design segment on ABC’s Decorator’s Notebook television show.  And yes, the camera puts ten pounds on you.   Now you can find me behind the scene as a Design Columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Being passionate about giving back to my community, in 2013 I founded, Seniors To The Rescue, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit; we spend time with older adults in assisted living communities doing projects for animal rescues and shelters. It’s important older adults still know they’re essential to the community. Many had pets or still do, and knowing they make a difference in pets’ lives enriches their own.  To see what these fantastic seniors do, visit our website.  www.SeniorsToTheRescue.org

Now that you know about me, I look forward to getting to know you.  Head on over to our Contact Page and let me know what decorating project I can help you with.