With a decade of design experience, countless projects and many life lessons, Amanda recently founded her own company, Ellwood Interiors, Inc. a company that prides itself on being both humble and versatile.
Whether the project is a large scaled high-end new construction, a mid-sized remodel, or smaller single room design, she incorporates a fresh approach using classic design principles to navigate her client’s goals and ideas to fruition. Amanda looks after specific design duties including coordinating selections and finishes, product purchases, as well as general consulting, paying special attention to outstanding customer service. Amanda is well versed in working alongside general contractors who manage the project making sure all aspects of the approved design, including specifications and design drawings, are executed in a well thought out, efficient manner.
Amanda is a qualified Interior Designer with a Bachelor’s of Arts from Michigan State University (FIDER accredited) and has been featured in more than a dozen publications both locally and nationally including “Detroit Home,” “Builder Architect,” and “Styleline” magazines as well as periodical editorials and radio interviews. An exciting turn in her career happened most recently when she was featured on the Food Network show “Food Court Wars” in charge of remodeling two of the featured kitchens. Applying both talent and professionalism she has worked on many successful projects throughout the states including her home state, Michigan, but also in North Carolina, Illinois, California, Maryland, Colorado and Arizona.
A big believer that success starts with giving back, Amanda supports and works with the Michigan Parkinson’s Foundation, The Make a Wish Foundation, Looking for my sister, St. Ann’s Food bank, Barbara Ann Karmanos Institute, Sweet Dreams Project, and Forgotten Harvest.
She is looking forward to transforming your own beautiful space.