Website Design Portfolio
Design that celebrates style & attracts dream clients.
If your design aesthetic was a website, what would it feel like? Modern yet fresh? Polished yet organic? Sophisticated yet playful?
Having a brand and website that captures both personality and style is a top priority for most small business owners.
Yes, I still adhere to my own aesthetic of timelessness, simplicity, and strategy, but every website design is as unique and personal as the business behind it.
But why tell you when I can show you?? Scroll through my website design portfolio below. Click on any project to open more details.
Located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, TLG Doors and Hardware provides stunning custom doors and hardware both locally and nationally. Family-run for more than 40 years, they reached out ready for a more cohesive brand identity and polished WordPress web design.
Becky wanted a brand overhaul to go with her new business name and focus on design. She was after a professional and unified look across all platforms. With excitement, we created a focused, cohesive, modern look (online and off) to represent her company’s goals clearly.
Corine wanted her brand and website to impact people by touching their souls. She needed it to feel both personable and professional. Now with her new WordPress website for her interior design studio, she provides a high-end experience on every page with lively pops of color.
Karen dreamed of a fresh new interior design website to attract quality leads and showcase her beautiful family-friendly design work. An elevated and streamlined website and blog maximizes her longstanding SEO and content built over the years.
Tammy loved the simplicity of my other WordPress website design projects and was after a similar simplistic design that would speak to her luxury New Jersey clients. Her former brand and website were not attracting the right interior design projects and needed an overhaul.
Susan reached out for a new brand design when she was working with Ochre&Beige on her brand strategy and updated website copy. She was ready to also elevate her logo, business cards, and visual branding to support the new messaging carried throughout her existing site.
Monica’s interior design studio had seen incredible growth and knew it was time to upgrade from a DIY website to a custom and cohesive website design. She had no time to learn how to create or manage a website herself. Today she has a simple, chic website that’s a breeze to update.
Ingrid wanted a brand and website that was reflective of her and her business — fun, feminine, approachable, and sophisticated. Over the years we’ve worked together to craft her visual branding, website design, portfolio upgrades, website maintenance, and more.