Bethany Adams is an NCIDQ-certified Interior Designer. She has a decade’s worth of experience designing and project-managing high-end residential projects all over the country. While living in Chicago, Bethany worked for several well-known and highly respected designers and architects including Leslie Jones, Jessica Lagrange, and Joan Craig.
During a year spent in Paris, Bethany also had the pleasure of contributing to the Interior Decorating blog Apartment Therapy. Since moving to Louisville, KY in 2014, Bethany has opened her own boutique design firm, Chic Home. She also completely renovated her own home in historic Old Louisville and was featured on the 2016 AIA Home Tour. A member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), the AIA (American Institute of Architects) and Certified Interior Designer in the State of Kentucky, Bethany holds a B.F.A. in Interior Design from Harrington College of Design and a B.A. from Georgetown University in Japanese Language and Culture.
Illustrator Dayna Barley-Cohrs graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Design. While there she studied drawing and also painting with a focus on the human form. She lives in Muskoka, Ontario with her husband and two kids, whom she home-schools in the straw-bale home she and her husband built themselves. We encourage you to view her complete portfolio on her website.
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