About Elizabeth, Interior Stylist


Elizabeth is dedicated to creating spaces that are comfortable, unique, and organic. Majoring in Art at the University of South Florida, she began her career as a watercolor artist. After moving to Westport, Connecticut,  she transitioned into interior and garden design, beginning with her storybook “Ivy Cottage”  which went on to be featured in multiple house and garden tours.

After moving to Santa Barbara, Elizabeth was immediately inspired by the laid back lifestyle that California had to offer. She and her husband bought The Little Glass House, a 1950’s ranch that had been transformed into a mid-century modern. While her work in New England consisted of expansive gardens, antique accents and farmhouse touches, the West Coast encouraged a more natural and modern use of materials, along with a blend of using indoor-outdoor spaces interchangeably.

From East Coast to West, after visiting Elizabeth’s home, friends and strangers alike would seek out her help in reimagining their own spaces. After years of staging, consulting, and styling, edb designs was born. With a passion for interiors that emphasize comfort and function, Elizabeth recognizes that a home has to have a soul and embody the personality of its owner.

When Elizabeth isn’t styling homes and outdoor spaces she can be found hiking in the Santa Ynez mountains, looking for sea glass at the beach, or entertaining friends at The Little Glass House.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Afternoon Elizabeth, I am a new reader and enjoying backtracking through your articles to catch up. Thank you for all the lovely eye candy! I was wondering if you could tell me about the sofa in your CT home. Is the fabric linen? Maker? It looks so comfortable and I’m starting the shopping process for a new sofa. Thank you, I look forward to following your blog. Regards, Lorraine


    • Hi Lorraine. Thank you for your sweet words. The sectional is the Belgian track arm in Sand linen from RH. My parents have the same one in their VT home but in the Flax Army Duck. I prefer the linen but would get the upholstered version rather than the slipcover. It holds up great and looks much neater. Good luck on your search! Best, Elizabeth


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