We are so in love with the Treillage Collection designed by Gina Langford. The collection was created for our newest Dogwood Hill Tastemaker, Amy Berry. Amy is a talented interior designer based in Dallas, and we were honored to design her birth announcements (pictured at the bottom of this post) for her newest little addition. Her birth announcements were the spring board for this beautiful collection (which also can be ordered in pink!). Read on to learn more about Amy including her design tricks of the trade and where she turns for inspiration on Instagram.

Favorite aspect of your job:

A happy client! Nothing beats it. I love my job and there is nothing better than helping someone love their home. It’s tough sometimes, but it’s so rewarding.

Every living space must have:

A comfortable place to sit! ​

Wallpaper or paint:

Wallpaper! Always! ​

Your go-to neutral paint color:

​Farrow & Ball Pointing ​

Dream dinner date:

​La Goloue in New York. My husband & I’s first date was there (and so was his parents too!) ​

Favorite hostess gift:

​A small flower arrangement, I like doing them myself when I have the time​

Favorite vacation spot:

​Harbor Springs, Michigan ​

Last great movie you saw:

​Sabrina. One of my very favorites… I always come back to it

Comfort food:

​Ice cream  ​

What most inspires you:

​Travel, books, my peers… ​

Some design instagram accounts that you admire:

​Mark D. Sikes, Remy Renzullo, Vintage Millworks, basically every architect… ​

Prized possession:

​My babies, Sutton & Wilder =) ​

Hidden talent:

​I actually have a really good memory… I remember really strange things like item numbers. I think I still have most of Pierre Frey’s item numbers memorized from when I first interned there seven years ago.

How do you take your coffee:

​Nonfat Latte. ​

What did you dream of being when you were a kid:

​A mom

Your number one tool of the trade:

​Studio Webware. And my muji notebooks and pens. I’m addicted! ​

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