Kacie Lilley, ASID
While attending Arizona State
University, Kacie acquired a Bachelor’s
of Science Degree in Interior Design-
from the University’s School of
Architecture and Environmental Design.
With her comprehensive educational
background and overall perspective on
design, she has the ability to produce
timeless designs, effectively converse
with others, possesses an inherent skill
to stay organized throughout every
facet of a project, and demonstrates an
attention to detail that is admired and respected by clients, peers and fellow professionals in the industry. With nearly 15 years of experience at a highly-established design firm in Arizona, Kacie was determined to further her knowledge in the industry by obtaining her NCIDQ Certification, and is also an active member of ASID- Arizona North Chapter. With her background in design, Kacie has a sophisticated eye for Interior Design, impeccable AutoCAD drafting and technical skills, and has an outstanding ability to understand the client’s needs and expectations.
Stacy Scharf, ASID
Stacy has received an Associate’s
Degree in Interior Design from
Scottsdale Community College, as well
as a Bachelor’s Degree in Business
Management from Arizona State
University. Nearing her 19th year as a
designer, she has gained a great deal of
knowledge and technical skills at a
well-recognized and reputable design
firm in Arizona, while having the
opportunity to work on an assortment
of projects ranging in all aspects of
Residential, Commercial and Hospitality design. Among other traits, Stacy is exceptionally creative, has the ability to understand client objectives, has a comprehensive background in industry knowledge, and exudes an optimistic and energetic personality through every aspect of a project.
Marlis Kapellusch, ASID
After graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Arizona State University in 2002, Marlis built an impressive portfolio at leading design firms in the valley. She continued her education by passing the exam administered by National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ), an organization dedicated to establishing global standards of competence for health, safety and welfare in the interior design profession. Her stunning designs are publicly recognized as shown 9 times by publications such as The Arizona Republic, The Business Journal, Scottsdale Magazine, and Arizona Foothills Magazine to name a few. While creativity and visualization are critical skills to any designer, Marlis sets herself apart from her peers by balancing her artistic talents with practical traits. She believes providing qualities such as accuracy, practicality, and efficiency is the only way to truly exceed expectations by managing budget and timing constraints so her customers do not have to. The rapport she develops with her clients by listening to their needs and desires are crucial to producing her breathtaking designs.