Interior Design
Serving Austin & the Dallas Metroplex
Doris Younger, ASID, RID | TX Certified Interior Designer #2977

Interior Design

Kitchen design

Envision coming home, opening the door and seeing something amazing --- your home transformed, completely redone with furnishings you love, fully accessorized all in a style that is you and looking fabulous!  Doris Younger Designs can make that dream a reality.  We will guide you through the process of remodeling or renovating your home in a way that is enjoyable and fun from beginning to end.  We will help you find your personal style while guiding you away from potential mistakes and directly toward everything you need to achieve the beautiful and unique look you want.

Starting with the first phase, the foundation of your interior design, we partner with you and your contractor to develop and execute a plan that will transform your space into one that not only looks pleasing but also adds tremendous ease, practicality and joy to your lifestyle.  Secondly, we move to the next layer, showing you how paint, wallpaper and architectural details such as molding and paneling can further transform a space.  Next moving to the full effect, we add furnishings that reflect your personal style and, finally, the finishing touch with carefully positioned art and accessories.  The completed look is achieved with a practiced and experienced eye for detail from the construction through the placement of the last accessory.  Call or contact us today and let DYD guide you, adding suggestions and inspiration, and making the interior design process one of your most wonderfully gratifying experiences.

Here you can find a PDF laying out the design process.

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Just for Fun with Doris Younger Designs

The evolution of furniture from utilitarian to artful is often a key to the manners, mores and means of other times and places.  In that spirit and just for fun, here are “romance” stories about some of those pieces picked up over thirty five years of studying and practicing interior design.  Are they true? I don’t know for sure but if not, I’m sure at the very least they contain seeds of truth in the development of traditional furniture styles and, as I said, just for fun……. Read More fun stories here.