Leesa has been obsessed with houses and their contents since she was a child. On a visit to a friend’s house as an eight year old, she couldn’t stop staring at the family portrait over the fireplace and thinking that it was hanging too high. She was right, as she came to find out later, in a History of Design class.

Leesa has lived and worked in six cities and on two continents. Blending successful backgrounds in fashion design and buying and residential property development she brings not only a critical eye to her work but a respect for the bottom line. Design and Art History instruction in London at the Inchbald School of Design, the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum solidified her transition from the world of fashion to that of interiors.

“The end result of any collaboration should be a client who feels at home in a space that captures their vision but is so much more than they alone could have imagined and accomplished.”

– Leesa Wilson-Goldmuntz


Interior Design

Projects range from new construction and remodels to completing or refreshing existing spaces and can include space planning, materials selection, custom lighting, casegoods, furnishings and art. Using the basic elements of good design and a respect for budget allows Leesa to help clients achieve a result that reflects their personal style and suits their specific needs.

Home Staging

Specializing in assisting agents and sellers with luxury homes and estates, Leesa and her team transform spaces to reflect current trends with furnishings that represent the expectations of today’s discriminating buyers. Projects range from furnishing unoccupied multi-dwelling estates to adding pieces that compliment existing furniture. Our goal is to help show every residence in its very best light.

Before & After

Clients needed a fresher, lighter look for their living room in an architecturally significant home. We designed a new layout that created more seating, improved flow for entertaining and brightened the space while still celebrating the wonderful features of the room. We doubled the seating space and at the same time managed to make the room look larger and less crowded.

Leesa Wilson Goldmuntz Before and After