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We combine function, safety and style so you can live your best life!

iNTERIOR DESIGNER &
Certified Aging in Place Specialist

Bring Ageless Living to Your Home

Our design approach focuses on Universal Design Principles and Aging in Place modifications.


We believe that a home should be safe, comfortable, and functional for all members of a household and for those who visit, regardless of age and ability.


Our inclusive designs bring Ageless Living To Your Home!

- Evangeline

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AGing in Place Trends

Did You Know?...

Across the board statistics show the advantages of, and the need for
accessible housing nationwide.

34% 

of older respondents recognize they may need physical changes to their home in order to Age In Place

Source: 2021 Home and Community Preferences Survey: A National Survey of Adults Age18+ Nov.18,2021

59.7 million 

people in the U.S. are living in a multigenerational family household as of March 2021

Source: PEW RESEARCH CENTER March 24, 2022

6+ out of 10

adults would like to remain in their community or residence as long as possible

Source: 2021 Home and Community Preferences Survey: A National Survey of Adults Age18+ Nov.18,2021

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Ways We Can Help

Services

We are your partner to consult, plan, and implement elements of Universal Design so your home is designed for Ageless Living!

Educational

Learn about industry terms and stay informed so you feel empowered to make the decisions that best support your goals.

Community Outreach & Partnerships

We value partnerships to expand our reach and offer the range of expertise you may need for your project.

Services

From residential homeowners to building professionals, we are passionate about and dedicated to helping each client find the solutions they need to achieve their goals.


Our commitment to ensuring a functional and safe home means that you can count on us to provide reliable, effective advice and support every step of the way.

Home Safety

Interior Design

I have worked with Evangeline on several home remodels and decorating projects over the years.

She is very responsive to your wishes and always follows through with her promises on schedule. Helpful in every way.

Educational

Frequently Asked Questions usually start with what key terms are and what they represent.   

 

If you have more questions, please Contact me.

Universal Design is a design approach of products and environments to be usable by all residents living in a home and for guests who visit, to the greatest extent possible, without the
need for adaptation or specialized design.

Universal Design features in products and a build environment make a home safer and more comfortable for everyone, regardless of age, size, or ability.

As the name implies, it is “Good Design for All!”

  • Families with young children
  • Older adults who want to stay in their home as they grow
    older
  • People who are taller or shorter than average
  • People who have limited ability or dexterity
  • People with a temporary or permanent disability

Aging-in-place means being able to remain in one’s home safely, independently, and comfortably regardless of age, income, or ability level.

It means the pleasure of living in a familiar environment throughout one’s maturing years and the ability to enjoy the daily rituals and the special events that enrich all our lives.

It means being able to call your house a “home” for a lifetime.

Universal design sets a solid foundation to make a home safer and comfortable for everyone living in the home and for those guests who visit.

Aging-in-place takes the concept of universal design a step further, it specifically makes modifications in a built environment to accommodate the changing health needs of an aging adult living in a home, not just for the present time but into the future.

The CAPS Designation was developed by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in partnership with American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and is administered by NAHB. 

Professionals who have earned the CAPS designation are experts in designing and building aesthetically-enriching, barrier-free living environments. 

They have been trained in the unique needs of the older adult population and apply strategies and techniques to provide comprehensive and practical home modification solutions.

CAPS graduates also pledge to uphold a professional code of ethics and are required to take continuing education to maintain their designation.

When you hire a CAPS, you are buying a service rather than a product. A CAPS also has a network of trusted resources to connect clients with other services they might need.

Featured: Community Outreach

Finding the right resources enabled Brenda to remain in her home,
surrounded by the pets she loves and depends on for her happiness!

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