Having experience as a therapist, is an appropriate prerequisite for becoming an interior designer. It can be concluded that Principal Interior Designer Nicole (Stacy) Ingram, AID of Stacy Nicole Interiors clearly though through the process before making a decision about her career options. She is also a master at multi-tasking, juggling a family with 4 children.
Nicole cheerfully takes it all in stride as she utilizes her interior design talent as an escape to the world of all things beautiful. While attending Florida State University, where she majored in Family and Child Consumer Sciences, and Child Development, Stacy established a successful Event Planning and Design business.
Nicole is a self described West Indies born, American raised educator, a family therapist through training, event designer by skill, philanthropist by grace, and interior designer by trade. However, she is most recognized as a “sophisticated” interior designer. Her design visions for spaces are both captivating and warm. Stacy Brings a fresh mix Caribbean flavor with classic style, and an emphasis on placement of light, proper scale, and architecture.
People will stare, make it worth their while.
Her knowledge and sense of style has made her one of the most sought after designers in North Carolina.
Outside of the Stacy Nicole Interiors’ design studio, founder and principal designer participated in the 2017 American Craft Council Show: Make Room Designer Spotlight as a featured interior designer, Nicole designed a modern 80’s vignette using 2 arts and craft accessory pieces as the room’s inspiration. She volunteered her design expertise in the 2017 Washington area chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers 20th annual Spring Spruce Up event.
Ms. Ingram is a past member of the Atlanta Chapter of the Junior League, served as a board member for Wellspring Living, has been a peer advocate for the Anti-Prejudice Consortium, Kate’s Club, and the Washington, DC Junior League. She has served on various committees for NEWH the Network of the Hospitality Industry such as their annual Chili Cook-off, Gala Committee, and the Golf Committee.
In 2015 she was appointed by Governor Hogan to serve on the Maryland Commission for Women, where she served as co-chair for the “Voices of Maryland Women Listening Tour”and several committees. She is the immediate Past President of the Washington County Commission for Women. Ms. Ingram was appointed the chair Washington County’s Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build Program and co-chair of Main Street Hagerstown’s Design Committee.
Since relocating to North Carolina Nicole has served as; ASID’s Design Community Chair for the eastern region of North Carolina, Chair of the Wake County Commission for Women (resigned May 2019), and is a current member of the Junior League of Raleigh. where she has served as the Co-Chair of the Green Chair Project 2020-2021.
Nicole is a member of Window Coverings Associations of America (WCAA). She is excited to begin serve as, Junior League of Raleigh Co-Chair GRAPA.
Ms. Ingram is the founder and host of Deziner Talk her podcast; she offers interior design inspiration and advice to her many followers. She is also the founder of Deziner Lux a design community featuring interior design ideas, furniture, decor, art, and style.