Founder, Lead Decorator, Owner, Florida Office
"I love to help people fall in love with their homes for the first time, or every time they relocate or redecorate."
After moving eleven times in my first twelve years of married life I grew a deep appreciation for 'nesting'.
Finally I settled in New Jersey and raised my boys while building my business helping people create a home that truly expresses who they are, and where they are, in life.
When I moved to Florida I started from scratch and built the home of my dreams, transitioning from a traditional style to a more relaxed transitional decor to fit my new lifestyle.
I love to help people fall in love with their homes for the first time, or every time they relocate or redecorate.
Let's work together and make your house the home of your dreams!
More About Susan
Susan founded Re-Feather Your Nest in 2004. She is certified in Lauri Ward’s, Use-What-You-Have Interiors®, an associate member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and a certified Tru-Colour Expert.
She is a Gold Member of the Interior Redecorators Network® (IRN), the preeminent organization for one-day redecorators, and a Past President and Board Member of the IRN. In October 2008, Susan was honored with the Compass Award given for outstanding leadership, design, and business accomplishment.
Before relocating to Florida in 2017, Susan was the featured designer for Staianos Furniture, Country Curtains, and Worldwide Carpet and Wholesale. She is also member of the Furnitureland South Trade Design Network.
Susan is also a member of the Real Estate Staging Association (RESA). She professionally stages properties to “move-in” ready condition.
Re-Feather Your Nest is featured as a Houzz Pro and has won multiple awards for Best of Houzz customer service.
Susan was hand selected by the Women’s Association of Morristown Medical Center’s (WAMMC) design team as a featured designer for their signature fundraiser, Mansion in May 2012, at Glynallyn designer showhouse, and again for Mansion in May 2014, at Blairsden. She was part of the Design Team for Mansion in May 2017, and used her years of experience as a consultant on the project.