Copper honed her design skills at high-end residential and hospitality Interior Design firms in both Los Angeles and Dallas before launching her own self-titled firm in 2006. After completing her B.A. in Art History at Tulane University, Copper pursued her passion and completed the renowned Interior Design program at UCLA. Copper has studied art and design in New Orleans, Manhattan, Los Angeles, London, and Paris. These diverse experiences combined with frequent travel continually enrich Copper’s work, as is evident in her ability to artfully blend a variety of styles and periods,ranging from eclectic modern to classically traditional always with an unexpected twist.


Copper was honored to be selected to design the guest room at the 2012 Pasadena Showcase House. She believes that good design is a recipe of juxtaposing antique and modern elements, layering luxurious fabrics while balancing color and texture, and always infusing a little of the unexpected. The results of her vision are timeless modern classics, inviting spaces with undeniable interest.


Using classical motifs in a fresh, modern way, Copper works with her clients to achieve unique spaces that reflect her client’s personalities. As part of the design team, Copper collaborates with the contractors and architects to create signature spaces--Copper is known for a highly detailed, architectural approach to achieve a cohesive and refined look that exceeds the clients’ wishes and is, above all, livable and comfortable.


When not designing, Copper and her husband spend time her time chasing their two year old daughter. Nola, her designer dog, is usually found hard at work napping in her studio.