The Design Questionnaire With Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs

In this edition of Love Happens’ Design Questionnaire, we take a peek into the creative mind of Ginger Curtis, owner of Urbanology Designs. After beating breast cancer in 2015 (YES!), Ginger started her Dallas/Fort Worth-based design firm to inspire others to elevate their homes. Known for her organic modern designs and her ability to connect with clients, Ginger is an award-winning talent we are delighted to share today!

Meet Ginger Curtis of Urbanology in the Lh Design Questionnaire

Ginger Curtis, Owner & Principal Designer of Urbanology Designs
Ginger Curtis, Owner & Principal Designer of Urbanology Designs

What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Perfect happiness will always be a little imperfect. Learning to love and appreciate those beautiful, imperfect moments is happiness.

What do you consider your greatest achievement?

Wow, that is hard. I am tempted to say writing my book, but in reality, I think starting and growing a successful company in which I get to work with the most amazing people is what I consider my greatest achievement.

luxury black and white kitchen Interior by Urbanology Designs (Photo by Hunter Coon)
Interior by Urbanology Designs (Photo by Hunter Coon)

What profession does your alter ego have?

Athena Calderone in the kitchen!!! Can I please be her! I need her dog too.

The project you will never forget.

The Bungalow. My husband worked to renovate our old shed for a very special bday gift. He had 6 weeks to pull it off, and I had 6 weeks in tantamount to design it. Every memory I have working side by side with him, I will always cherish. Not to mention roping in my BF to hang wallpaper in a 110-degree shed as well as scouring the entire town in search of used books for the very charming book wall.

Your favorite business tool or resource.

Antique stores; it’s an endless treasure hunt.

The most timeless design.

Something with a charming nod to the past.

home office Interior by Urbanology Designs (Photo by Matti Gresham)
Interior by Urbanology Designs (Photo by Matti Gresham)

The biggest design faux pas.

When I first started out as an interior designer, I specified a paint color that read differently in person than it did on my fan deck. After painting the client’s whole house and then REPAINTING it, I will never make this mistake again.

Your design motto.

Design fearless, defy the status quo.

Our publisher KOKET makes statement décor; if you were to design a room around one KOKET piece, which would it be, and why?

The Kelly Bed. I love that it “hugs” you while you sleep. What a statement piece. I might need this in my bedroom 😉

kelly bed by koket luxury upholstered beds

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Feature Image: Interior by Urbanology (Photo by Hunter Coon)

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