Meet Tyler and Her Team

As a child, I would rather set up the dollhouse furniture than play with the dolls

It’s no surprise that Tyler’s design aesthetic comes from a playful place. While her formal training includes a degree in fine arts from The George Washington University, and her professional experience includes graphic design, theatrical set design and home organizing. Tyler’s staging projects draw buyers in by combining casual elegance with distinctive details that turn vacant houses into homes people want to live in. 

From the moment she lays a rug, or places a chair, or hangs a piece of artwork, the foundational principles of good design are simply automatic. What sets Tyler apart is how she uses those design principles to resonate with targeted buyers.

Empty houses are hard to sell

The key point of difference in Tyler’s projects is the way they feel lived in, subliminally. Distinctive touches like reclaimed frames filled with original artwork make the spaces come alive with an illusion of home.

Working with agents and builders, I bring my vision to their strategy

The partnership begins the moment the front door is opened. That first walk-through is a fact-finding mission that helps Tyler understand how the client wants to position the home. From there, drawing from her thousands of square feet of tastefully curated inventory, she begins to formulate concepts that will appeal to the style of the target audience.

“I couldn’t do it without my team.”

Tyler’s extraordinary staff has the same joyful spirit she brings to her staging projects. Barbara Barossa, an interior designer and Parsons grad, contributes precision space planning and a layered sense of style and color. Deborah Labonski, a decorator and furniture refurbisher, loves creating unique, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces that turn vacant homes into warm and inviting spaces. Art curator David Whitmore is an artist and sculptor with an extensive knowledge of art and design history. His original artwork and other pieces he selects give Tyler’s homes a feeling of authenticity. Finally, Shomari Freeman and Antonio Rogers help keep the operation moving with efficient furniture delivery and gentle handling of each fine piece.

 

"Ninth Street looks BEAUTIFUL! Thanks for your hard work.  We’re looking forward to working with you more going forward."   

– Lauren R, Realtor

 

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"You have outdone yourself! It looks fantastic." 

– Ed W , Realtor

"Thank you so much for all you and your team have done to make the house look so great. Everything was perfect!"

– Karren L, Builder