Elizabeth Tripp

This southern belle is full of surprises. She’s bilingual (English & Spanish), has traveled the world (her recent visits to Mallorca and Monaco were the most beautiful places she has ever seen), and ran away to Mexico at age 19, staying there for seven years (which explains the bilingual). What’s not surprising is that all of these things have given her a design edge – she puts together seemingly opposing styles and eras of furniture to create an eclectic, collected look.

Elizabeth is determined to make your home as beautiful as possible. Her motivation to make people happy about the space they live in is only rivaled by her appreciation of minimal & architectural design. She especially loves handcrafted elements, which is proven by her own dining room table that she designed and had custom built by a craftsman in Mississippi.

She attended the University of New Orleans.

She recieved her BA in Interior Design and Spanish, as well as her masters in Spanish.

She eats RaKaDeKa Thai at least once a week

If she were a car it would be an Alfa Romeo

Contact Elizabeth Tripp

Elizabeth Tripp

This southern belle is full of surprises. She’s bilingual (English & Spanish), has traveled the world (her recent visits to Mallorca and Monaco were the most beautiful places she has ever seen), and ran away to Mexico at age 19, staying there for seven years (which explains the bilingual). What’s not surprising is that all of these things have given her a design edge – she puts together seemingly opposing styles and eras of furniture to create an eclectic, collected look.

Elizabeth is determined to make your home as beautiful as possible. Her motivation to make people happy about the space they live in is only rivaled by her appreciation of minimal & architectural design. She especially loves handcrafted elements, which is proven by her own dining room table that she designed and had custom built by a craftsman in Mississippi.

She attended the University of New Orleans.

She recieved her BA in Interior Design and Spanish, as well as her masters in Spanish.

She eats RaKaDeKa Thai at least once a week

If she were a car it would be an Alfa Romeo

Contact Elizabeth Tripp

The question of what you want to own is actually the question of how you want to live your life.