We are passionate about the art of unexpected design. We love to innovate, to reinvent and to push boundaries while keeping your project style, parameters and goals in mind. Our team is comprised of professional ASID designers ready to create your custom project, understand your needs and give you personally tailored and bespoke solutions.
With the overwhelming options and products on the market we are your partner in keeping the big picture in mind and making sure each selection and decision enhances the end product. The architecture must speak to the interiors, the interiors to the lighting, the furnishings to the art, etc. We are also a wealth of resources through relationships that we have built with reputable vendors over a long period of time. We are able to put together a full team to accommodate whatever your project might require.
Our diverse range of styles include Timeless & Classic, Mountain Rustic, Desert Contemporary, Transitional, ultra Modern and more. The firms work and profile have been featured in numerous local and national publications including Phoenix Home & Garden, LUXE, Mountain Living, HGTV, Robb Report, Modern Luxury, Trends + Ideas, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.
Angelica, president and founder of Angelica Henry Design, has nearly two decades of experience in the interior design field. She is a second generation Arizona native and received her Bachelor of Science in Design from Arizona State University in 2001. She created Angelica Henry Design in 2009 after working in the fields of both commercial and residential interior design. Angelica earned the NCIDQ certification in 2001, which is the highest standard for an interior designer, making her also a professional member of ASID.
Just a few standout accolades for Angelica Henry include being named Young Gun Interior Designer by Phoenix Home & Garden, HGTV’s Designer of the Month, an HGTV Fresh Faces finalist, ASID AZ North Best of Show for Residential, AZ Foothills Top Interior Designer, and making Design Bureau’s top 100 Designers and Mountain Livings Top Mountain Architects & Interior Designers List.
Michele Logan, senior designer, has over fifteen years of experience in the interior design field. She is from the mid-west and earned her Interior Design degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2001 and her NCIDQ certification in 2003. She gained experience during her time in Nebraska at highly respected residential focused design firms, and then moved to Arizona to further develop her career.
Since moving to the Valley, Michele has worked with award winning firms as a lead designer & project manager for Residential, Commercial, & Hospitality projects ranging from Connecticut to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Michele joined our team in 2014, and her unique combination of creative and technical skills allows for her to innovate while managing projects and exceeding client expectations. She has earned several ASID Excellence awards and her work has been featured by Phoenix Home & Garden.
Angelica is also very active in supporting the local community. She and her team have been involved with Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors, a foundation that builds and remodels handicap accessible homes to suit the individual needs of our injured United States military veterans. Our team designed a residence to suit an amazing veteran, including a special functional piece of art to reflect a wounded warrior’ rustic style and serves as a souvenir of the courage, dedication, & strength that he displayed when serving our country.
“Design for Hope”, a partnership between Stardust Building Supplies and ASID AZ North, involved designing and remodeling kitchens for three low income families who were in need of both safe and functional spaces. The designers were challenged to use donated materials including cabinets, appliances and fixtures from Stardust and refinish/repurpose/reinterpret them to suit the clients needs and style. Angelica and her team accepted this challenge and designed a kitchen for a family. The standout feature of the kitchen were air filter metal inserts! Angelica removed the geometric metal overlay from air filters found at Stardust and incorporated them as decorative metal inserts in the cabinetry. They became a great decorative feature!
Angelica has also donated time, along with ASID AZ North, to Habitat for Humanity, spending time on homesites to get them ready for families in need of safe and affordable homes.
Our team also participates in Phoenix Art Group Independent Women’s luncheon, which has become one of the valleys most beloved philanthropic events. The luncheon celebrates the Valley’s premier design community as they come together in support of Phoenix Art Museum. Participants design a tablescape showcasing their creativity, and the tables are then auctioned off, benefitting the Phoenix Art Museum in their commitment to excellence in visual arts and education.