Karen Moorman has been utilizing her skill of creating meaning in functional spaces since she began helping her friends decorate their homes in 2011. Rather than take over and suggest buying all new decor, Karen enjoys helping friends and clients find the colors, styles, and trinkets that mean the most to them. Whether it’s grouping a wife’s pewter collection around a stack of her husband’s college yearbooks or helping a couple determine why they want a change, Karen thrives on creating meaning.
She continues to draw inspiration from the world around her, whether it’s from different fabrics and colors, or the sunrise and the kindness of people she meets. When she’s not flipping through design magazines or testing samples, you’ll find Karen surrounded by her family. Karen enjoys watching movies from an ever growing collection with her husband and three kids in Muncie, Indiana.
Ada and Rose
"I never met my Grandma Ada, but my dad would always tell me that I looked just like her. My Grandma Rose died when I was 13, and she’s always held a special place in my heart. I love how both names sound, but really I wanted my business to have a personal connection, so I used both of their names to showcase a classic, timeless style. This strategy encompasses how I approach my business and clients: My goal is always to create a space you enjoy, and to add a personal touch to help you love your home.