About Elizabeth Lawson & Elizabeth Lawson Design
Elizabeth Lawson is the principal designer and owner of Elizabeth LawsonDesign, based out of the Maryland/DC area. Elizabeth’s interiors boast a clean, effortless vibe; that are equal parts classic and modern. Her ability to create a balance between this fresh and traditional sensibility, in an uncomplicated and unfettered way, embodies an ease that eludes others. Elizabeth operates under the belief that the design process is a fine collaboration between the client and designer and always delivers a fresh and unexpected aesthetic to her projects.
Elizabeth began formally engaging her interests at school in New England while studying Art History and English. She bolstered that experience with studies at Boston Architectural College, but it was her time at famed fabric house Fortuny, Inc. in NYC that truly solidified her career path in design. Elizabeth has spent the past ten years honing her skills and gaining substantial experience with time spent working for interior designers in Boston and her hometown of Baltimore.
Elizabeth’s Picks from Current Artisans on CustomMade
You can’t go wrong with this floor lamp. It’s classic, and the white and wood go with virtually any interior. This is a piece that you could use in almost any room in the house.
I love the clean lines of this table. The materials are beautiful together and you could go modern or traditional when choosing a dining chair style.
This chair delivers a big dose of style. The lines are gorgeous and it could live among a number of different styles.
I’m all about multi-purpose pieces and this stool does just that. You can use it as a drink table or tuck a couple underneath a console for extra seating when you have people over.
I love the use of leather on this counter stool. I could see this in a classic modern kitchen with gray cabinets.
Loving this bright, classic industrial pendant. This would look great in a beach house kitchen or even a children’s playroom.
I’m a huge fan of abstract art. I love the colors and feeling of this piece…just dreamy! It would add interest to any space.
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