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
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.
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.
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 😉
Explore more by Ginger Curtis of Urbanology Designs at urbanologydesigns.com
Feature Image: Interior by Urbanology (Photo by Hunter Coon)