Lucy Live!
Passionate about great design in all its forms, Lucy loves sharing her talents with
non-profits, community organizations, and even the Food Network!
DFAD + NAZ
Giving back has always been a priority for us at Lucy. We recognize that kindness and generosity sets the stage for success in others' lives. By giving a little time and lots of TLC to those in need, our society benefits as a whole through opportunities that help others grow, learn, and in turn, return the gift of giving.

In partnership with Design for a Difference (a community based, design-driven movement that makes over much needed spaces at local charities in the U.S. and Canada), we have had the incredible opportunity to work with other groups and businesses to bring change to those who need it the most. This year, we collaborate for the third time with DFAD to benefit Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ). The mission of NAZ: to permanently close the achievement gap and end generational poverty in North Minneapolis.

We invite you to follow along with us as we work with DFAD, Intersource, Inc., and our design partners, to create a newly designed environment for NAZ and its families. Updates and progress reports will be available through this page and our social media platforms.

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2018 ASID Awards
The new year is off to a fabulous start. And as we look ahead to the fun and exciting opportunities coming our way, we reflect back on how wonderful the past year was for Lucy Interior Design. We ended 2018 with another ASID award: Judges Merit for Universal Design of a Commercial project. We couldn't be more honored and proud.

You Belong Here was a project that took us to a young city church that was outgrowing its current space. The overall goal: move a growing congregation from a 4,000 sq ft gym to an existing 42,000 sq ft church. On their list of needs: a Welcome Hall, Music/Performance Hall, Service Hall, Education Corridor, and Pastor's Office. The timeline was rigorous. We had just six weeks to complete the job. And holy moly, we did it! The space went from drab and antiquated to vibrant and fresh. We removed the old church stigma and created a modern vibe that is now reflective of its members. And we brought a bright, happy color palette with clear and bold messaging to an open space plan that includes a greeting desk, coffee/beverage station, and gathering space.

Today this church represents those who fill its space. One whose motto is: You Belong Here.

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The Scout Guide
We are so excited to share that Lucy has been featured in The Scout Guide's national blog! There she offers her thoughts and ideas in "6 Interior Designers Discuss the Design Trends to Embrace in 2019". See what Lucy and five other top designers have to say about this year's hottest interior trends.
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2017 ASID Awards
2017 ended with a celebratory bang for us at Lucy Interior Design. All of our hard work and dedication resulted in three ASID Awards, including Best in Show for Residential Project. We couldn't be more proud and humbled by this recognition, and we thank all of our clients and partners for joining us on our journey.

Click the button below to see all of our award winning projects.

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Tiny Home Village
Minneapolis Home & Garden Show
Day dream through the world of Tiny Houses and join in the movement to simplify, escape from all the “stuff,” and reduce your footprint. We designed five Tiny Houses for the Minneapolis Home and Garden Show. Pick your favorite for a studio, guest house or home office. Living Large in a Tiny House!
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Design for a Difference
Lucy is honored to be a national ambassador for Design for a Difference. Founded by The International Design Guild, this community-driven designer movement brings interior designers together with socially conscious showrooms and other businesses to makeover needed spaces at local charities.
Bridging
Design. Dish. Donate.
As an Ambassador for Design for a Difference, Lucy completed a full makeover of the FOUND IT! Estate Store for Bridging, a local non-profit that provides furniture and household goods to families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty. She invited a team of local interior designers to participate in the makeover by creating room vignettes and re-merchandising the entire store. A makeover reveal party and celebration further benefitted Bridging through additional fundraising.
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Free Arts Minnesota
Transforming Lives with Art
As the Regional Winner for Design for a Difference, Lucy completed a makeover to the Free Arts Minnesota office and team conference room for their art mentorship program. Inspired by art, Lucy and her team created a vibrant, fun and energizing space for the staff, mentors and families. Free Arts Minnesota inspires hope and builds self-esteem for youth who have experienced poverty, homelessness, abuse and mental illness, using the healing powers of artistic expression and caring adult mentors.
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American Craft Council
After discovering the work of artist Fred Kaemmer, Lucy was inspired to celebrate the mysterious beauty of ice for the American Craft Council's annual show. Using a trio of Fred's incredible glass pieces, metallic wallcovering, elegant, bare trees, and modular furniture, Lucy created Frozen Cove, an invitation to pause and appreciate the exquisite stillness of a crisp winter day.
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The Food Network
When Lucy received a phone call from a TV producer in L.A., wondering whether she'd be interested in designing two kitchens for a reality TV show produced by celebrity chef Tyler Florence, she immediately said yes.
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University of Minnesota Rapson Gallery
Igniting the In Between
After designing a master's degree in creative thinking at the University of Minnesota, Lucy presented her thesis as an installation at HGA Gallery in Rapson Hall. Entitled "Igniting the In Between," Lucy's work celebrates the creative process—the journey between the known and the unknown—as a powerful catalyst for dynamic transformation.
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