Angela graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1986 with honors and a Bachelors of Science in Interior Architecture. She was awarded the Most Outstanding Senior Award in her graduating class. Since graduation, she has been involved in many aspects of design, including commercial, showrooms, retail, hospitality, residential, multi-family housing and product development.
She has appeared in a feature article in the News and Record, a TV Spot for Toys for Tots, and contributed a designed Christmas tree to support the Kids Pathway Foundation. Her client list has included: Klaussner International, Brookwood Furniture, Sofa Express Retail Stores, and various galleries throughout the US, Canada, and Germany. She worked on the team of designers at Koury Corporation during the design and construction of Grandover Resort. She has worked on homes in the Cardinal, Grandover, Henson Farms, Henson Forest, Nantucket and Polo Farm communities. Her firm recently won the Silver Award from the Greater Greensboro Builders Association for their design of the Model home in the Brownstones at Lake Jeannette.
She is affiliated with the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), the Greater Greensboro Builders Association, The North Carolina Home Builders Association, and Greensboro Merchants Association.
Angela is a native of North Carolina, born in Kannapolis. She has been a resident of Greensboro for almost 25 years. She has two children and enjoys supporting the visual arts, photography, and gardening.
Hannah Collins graduated from High Point University in 2019 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Interior Design. Hannah has a strong background knowledge of interior design and years of experience with extensive design programs. She uses her knowledge on many design programs to draft up detailed floor plans, elevations, and renderings to show clients. She strives to be as detailed and proactive as possible and her willingness and desire to attend to details, communicate honestly, and carefully explain each step of the process goes a long way to avert problems down the road.