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Georgia Clark

Georgia Clark was born in Clarke County, GA. Her dad was a contractor so she spent her childhood on job sites and dreaming of ways to make each space unique and beautiful. She graduated Emory University with her BFA and moved to Nashville the next day, where she worked at Houzz for a year and half. In August of 2018, she interviewed with Kurt for about thirty minutes, and the next morning quit her job to come work with him. Her favorite part of her job is finding out each client’s specific style and making every part of the project fit seamlessly in with their needs and tastes.


This is her dream job and she loves every minute of work, especially because she gets to work with two of her best friends and laugh all day with them.


Kurt Mckeithan

Kurt Mckeithan was born in Brunswick, GA but spent most of his childhood living abroad in London and Paris. He graduated Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, and worked at a high-end Dutch furniture company called Leif. He decided to move to Nashville, TN where he has been for the last 20+ years. From his background in studio art, architecture, and woodworking, Kurt now has designed over 500 projects. His work has been featured in magazines like Coastal Living, Veranda, Southern Accents, and Nashville Home & Garden.  


When he’s not designing your home, Kurt loves to spend time with his beautiful wife Nicki and their two kids. Kurt’s favorite part of his job is the challenge: every project is a opportunity to do something he’s never done before.


Hana Thompson

Born and raised in Nashville Tennessee, Hana is a “rare” Nashville native and holds a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Middle Tennessee State University.  She has a passion for old architecture and historic homes. When she’s not playing designer, Hana is busy with her other full-time jobs of chauffeur, personal chef, homework helper, and sideline cheerleader to her amazing kid. She has a background in a variety of interior products and design including natural stone, quartz, porcelain, commercial, retail, and residential design. For her, there is nothing more rewarding than building a personal relationship with a client and knowing that her work is positively impacting their lives every day. 


Design wont save the world, but it sure makes it look good! 

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