About Lauren

Lauren E. Lowe discovered her passion for design very early in life, devouring every page of Architectural Digest and Traditional Home by age 10. Her unique sense of style and keen attention to detail have been developing ever since.

Lauren strongly believes that a space’s design directly affects how you feel while in that space. Creating spaces to make beautiful memories in is her goal on every project. Lauren strives to design spaces that are curated, timeless, elegant and comfortable.

Lauren began her design career in 2010 at a large commercial design firm in Atlanta, Georgia. During her time there, Lauren managed several commercial real estate accounts as well as a design team. She also won an ASID Georgia Gold Design Excellence Award in 2015 for a singular contract space.

Lauren recieved her NCIDQ accreditation in 2013. This demanding program requires a nationally accredited interior design degree and intense training under a licensed interior designer for two years to qualify. Upon passing a two-day exam, the National Council for Interior Design Qualification grants the designer certification to become licensed. Lauren is also a Professional Member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers).

About Lauren

Lauren E. Lowe discovered her passion for design very early in life, devouring every page of Architectural Digest and Traditional Home by age 10. Her unique sense of style and keen attention to detail have been developing ever since.

Lauren strongly believes that a space’s design directly affects how you feel while in that space. Creating spaces to make beautiful memories in is her goal on every project. Lauren strives to create spaces that are curated, timeless, elegant and comfortable.

Lauren began her design career in 2010 at a large commercial design firm in Atlanta, Georgia. During her time there, Lauren managed several commercial real estate accounts as well as a design team. She also won an ASID Georgia Gold Design Excellence Award in 2015 for a singular contract space.

Lauren received her NCIDQ accreditation in 2013. This demanding program requires a nationally accredited interior design degree and intense training under a licensed interior designer for two years to qualify. Upon passing a two-day exam, the National Council for Interior Design Qualification grants the designer certification to become licensed. Lauren is also a Professional Member of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers).