Jacksonville Interior Design

Residential Interior Design

Whether you’re buying or building a new home, renovating an existing one, or looking around in horror at what remains of the place in which you’ve spent 24/7 during the pandemic, we’re here to help.

It’s what we do. We listen and then we get creative. We assess your needs; work with your budget, help you avoid costly mistakes, eliminate stress, and guide you through an otherwise complicated and often intimidating process. The result is a home that meets the needs of you and your family, a home that represents who you are and how you choose to live.

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Corporate & Commercial Interior Design

While Susan has beaucoup experience in corporate and commercial design, she is primarily interested in home offices and small businesses concerned with environmental branding and creating spaces that present the right image for virtual conferencing and other social media platforms.

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Real Estate Assistance

If you’re looking to sell at a profit, whether the market is hot or not, staging a home for sale can make all the difference. Sellers often can’t see past their own clutter, prized possessions, or dated color palette. It takes the fresh eyes of a skilled professional to transform your home into a place buyers can visualize as their own. With a deft hand, Susan will help sellers present their home in the best possible light.

Buyers also stand to benefit from a consultation before making that all-important decision. Susan can visualize the potential as well as point out possible speed bumps. 

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Yacht or Yurt

Experience levels at Susan Estomin Interior Design are far and wide, and while Susan has designed a yacht, the yurt reference was a bit of a stretch. Probably the closest thing to it was a man-cave for her son. But one of her all-time favorite projects was a bed & breakfast in San Francisco. And while it is ancient history, she still keeps photos in her portfolio because it was a one-of-a-kind project, and it reminds her of an earlier time. Buying trips to Europe for antique furniture, paging through dust-covered oil paintings and scouring quaint little shops for the perfect accessories. 

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Community Volunteer Work

Susan’s hot button is and always has been helping kids in her community. She is currently involved with the Jacksonville Guardian ad Litem program and is open to other opportunities using her skills as a designer to provide service that is beneficial to children. 

She was a long-time member of The Alexandria Kiwanis Club and served as a board member. She received the Governor's Distinguished Service Award (Capital District), and is a George F Hixon Fellow.

In April 2004, she completed a nationally recognized project in conjunction with the Alexandria Kiwanis Club, Habitat for Humanity, the business community, and the design community. The project known as Guest House is located in Alexandria, VA. It was developed as an “alternative showcase house,” creating a positive environment for previously incarcerated women transitioning back into society and often reuniting with their children.

Susan served as the 2007 Chair of the Decorations Committee for the 30th Annual Cummer Ball & Auction, an Egyptian Evening. The Cummer Museum is located in Jacksonville, Florida.