Candice has a wide-ranging portfolio, from commercial to residential, staging to renovations. She’s a licensed Realtor and has staged more than 200 vacant and owner-occupied homes for top performing brokers such as Northrop Realty. She studied Interior Design at Northern Virginia Community College and is a proud member of the Real Estate Staging Association. Know for her thoughtful blend of high and low, modern and farmhouse, Craigslist, and custom, Candice believes in creating interiors that are both luxe yet livable.
When she’s not shopping the Target dollar bin, she’s spending time with her daughter Kierstin and their Labradoodle Bailey.
MEET YOUR DESIGNER
Hi’ I’m Candice Prather.
Over the years, I've noticed a few reasons why people hesitate to hire an Interior Designer:
They’ve never worked with a designer before and so they don't have any experience and no idea what to expect.
They're afraid of paying too much for design help and believe they can’t afford it.
Sometimes, they or someone they know may have worked with a designer in the past and struggled for creative control during the project.
And honestly, all those barriers are very real. So what I’ve done here is build a design firm that:
Is collaborative. If you have a vision or idea of what you want, we simply help bring it to life.
If you have no idea where to start, we walk you through our step-by-step process for decorating any room explaining why certain things work well together and others don't.
Gives you the option to break your project into several phases; one room at a time and as your budget allows.
And we do all those things at a price-point that likely won't be the "cheapest" out there; but will be fair for the value you receive.
One of my foundational belief is beautiful homes should be within everyone’s reach. That’s why I created an entirely virtual, cost-effective alternative to working with a traditional interior designer.
My goal is to meet my clients in the middle of “I need help decorating my home” and “hiring a designer is a bit much”