Sarah Huckle is an interior designer at InterOffice in Fargo who specializes in commercial interiors—which encompasses just about any space other than your home (offices, schools, banks, hospitals, airports, retail, etc.). People might not know that she can provide a full package of interior design services at InterOffice from concept to completion.
One huge advantage to choosing Sarah is her ability to help you conceptualize your space with 3D renderings and virtual walkthroughs. These services would typically be a large additional expense for your project, however, if you purchase furniture and finishes through her, it is complementary.
When people are building a home, they often ask why they need to hire a builder, an architect, and a designer. “Technically, you could get a house built with just the first one or two, but without an interior designer do you really have a vision and the ability to create it fully?” asked Sarah. “The truth is that while it feels like there is a lot of overlap between these three roles, each one is very different, and they work together and complement each other.”
Sarah can help with layouts and space planning, providing 2D & 3D visuals and walkthroughs of your space. She can draw up cabinetry and millwork or lighting and electrical plans. Even the seemingly unglamorous decisions like where to place your kitchen outlets can make a big impact on the outcome of the design. She also coordinates site visits, helps manage the project, and finish it off by delivering and installing the furniture and final touches.
“As an interior designer, I work incredibly hard to make the process smooth and to provide the
result of your dreams!”
Inspiration, Colors & Trends
Recently, Sarah saw a new term called “Grandmillenial Style” which stated, “the essence of the Grandmillenial style involves a young(ish) person taking ownership of granny’s needlepoint pillows and tasseled lampshades and make them share space with their existing mid-century modern/Scandinavian/farmhouse decor.” Sarah loves this concept of mixing old sentimental, interesting, and eclectic items with new practical designs.
Other trends that Sarah loves are the timeless, classic look of white cabinetry, as well as biophilic design, which incorporates nature inside the home.
When it comes to inspiration, Sarah loves iconic designers such as Charles and Ray Eames who created so many classic, timeless designs that are still beautiful today. She also has a wanderlust heart that loves to travel and explore. She most enjoys any adventure with her two favorite people—her husband and daughter, Lily.