As a full service boutique firm specializing in timeless interiors, Divvy House uses a proprietary questionnaire to create one of a kind design concepts, followed through to completion.
The approach has proven effective in a luxury residential and hospitality projects throughout the United States and Mexico. The Divvy House team takes pride in their ability to create value for their clients and their ability to deliver beautiful end projects on budget.
They further their clients vision with the best architectural planning, industry knowledge, qualities, textures, and trade partnerships. By combining architecture, art, and furniture, the feeling and effect is truly unique. Ther process is streamlined, and easier for the client because Amy Erb, lead designer and business owner, works directly on every project.
Amy can offer comprehensive turn-key interior design services and support in an organized, goal driven way. Amy adapts to work with the client’s timelines, not the firm’s and provides the necessary focus to carry out the goals of each project.
From the onset, they are able to fully adapt our services to their clients specific needs whether it’s project management, working with local artisans to craft distinctive furniture design or simply choosing the correct color or finish.
As a homebody, she believes in the great importance of the home and the impact it has in people’s lives. Growing up in England and extensive traveling abroad has given her a rich design history.
One of her hobbies still includes collecting and purchasing antiques to use in her clients’ homes. Being reared on antiques has given her a wonderful perspective to be able to use them to lend history and character to bland spaces.
She left corporate America in 2002, after working for nine years in marketing. Her dream was to return and pursue a career in interior architecture after a decade-long hiatus.
She created the Divvy House so that she could be a working mom while creating a professional life that blended her architectural talents and business sense. Her undergraduate studies at Ohio State had her focused on architecture for three years before shifting to a double major in journalism and business before graduating in 1993.
In 1998, she traveled to Costa Rica for a Spanish language immersion. Later, in 2003, she graduated from Harrington Institute of Interior Design as Valedictorian and as the recipient of the Alpha Beta Kappa award for academic excellence. She is also a proud member of ASID since 2003.
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