Sarahliz, a native of Northern California, has been creating bespoke interiors with a modern perspective for over 15 years.  Her designs combine sophisticated textures, clean lines, and warm layers in a soulful and understated way.  Clients across the globe have come to love her pragmatic approach and refined sense of style.


After earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University, Sarahliz went on to receive a Masters in Interior Architecture from the  Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) where she was honored with the Graduate School's "Award of Excellence."  She has worked on highly-acclaimed projects at firms in Aspen, Toronto, and New York, most notably the award-winning Hotel Castello di Casole in Tuscany, Italy, which has been listed as Travel and Leisure's #1 Resort Hotel for 5 years in a row.


In 2011, Sarahliz opened her own interior design studio based in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Her work has been featured on the pages of Luxe Magazine, Gentry Home, Conde Nest Traveler, California Home and Design, and Travel and Leisure.  She continues to create upscale residential and commercial environments at home and abroad that are rooted in her love of history, modernity, textile design, and the arts.


Megan  combines her formal architecture education with global design experience to create unique and inviting interiors.  She has worked on projects of all sizes, including residences, restaurants, timeshare properties, boutique inns, and luxury hotels across the United States, Italy, and South America.  Her innovative design solutions and organizational savvy reflect an attentiveness to detail necessary for projects both large and small.


Megan has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, and began her career in architecture before discovering a passion for interior design.  Megan's work showcases her exceptional ability to blend architectural details and customized interiors.  Her design work has been honored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and exhibited in the A+D Museum in Los Angeles.


Megan speaks multiple languages and loves to travel, even moving to live and work in Italy for a year.  She finds creative inspiration in textiles and furniture from around the world and channels that inspiration into personalized spaces and customized furniture.  Her technical expertise and eye for design allow her to transform visionary ideas into beautifully-tailored realities.