Janet Edwards has worked in the design industry for 37 years. She spent her early years learning from her Grandmother, renowned interior designer Thelma Wagner, and attended Parsons School of Design before returning to Portland in 1983 to form Lamer Edwards Interiors. Janet is a member of the Architectural Institute of Classical Architecture and holds degrees in both Art and Education. She received a “Designer of the Year” award from Traditional Home Magazine in 1996 and her passion and experience with textiles and fabrics from around the world have inspired her to start designing fashion forward clothing. Janet believes in mixing antiques with contemporary pieces to properly layer a room and create just the right balance.
Bree LaNoue grew up in Portland and attended Catlin Gabel School. She has been an interior designer since 1999 and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from Scripps College, a Graduate Degree from Sotheby’s Institute and is a member of the Architectural Institute of Classical Architecture. Bree has travelled extensively in Europe and across the U.S., viewing both private and public homes and collections. She truly believes in mixing a traditional aesthetic with a bit of whimsy to bring out the personality of each room.