Leanne Steiner | Interior Decorator
Motivated by an artistically inclined family of visual artists, carpenters and DIY-ers, you could say Leanne comes by her affection for design quite naturally. With an inherent desire to surround herself with visually stimulating elements, it is this that drives her passion for beautifying spaces for others.
Leanne's background in education and specialization in Family Studies provides her with a deep understanding of the profound role “home” plays within the family, no matter its shape or size. During her time in the corporate world, Leanne wrote online marketing copy for women’s clothing and home décor items, all while becoming a certified Interior Decorator.
In 2015, “Interiors for Life” mantra in tow, Leanne began offering full-service interior decorating services and design consultations in the Greater Toronto Area and Muskoka Region.
Whether your space functions as a refuge from the world or as a bustling control centre, Leanne strives to deliver a unique definition of home for each of her clients’ individual needs and desires. Her whole-hearted personality and emphasis on personal touches makes Leanne’s evolving design style the breath of fresh air your space has been waiting for.
5 Questions, 5 Answers with Leanne
Do you have a favourite colour?
"That depends on the day...for a while it was blue. Today, earthy greens."
Can you describe yourself in three words?
"Aries, honest, passionate... well that's the same thing as Aries so, at the moment...content."
If you were a piece of furniture, which would you be and why?
"Definitely a couch. They experience everything...they comfort people, bring people together, they're your best friend when you've had a rough day. They're reliable. I like that."
Can you see your finished design before you start it?
"I get more of a feeling than I do a visual. It's an important part of my process to understand the people using the space...the colours, finishes and artwork are chosen to support that feeling."
What are your thoughts on trends?
"I like to think of trends as suggestions, not demands. Design is very personal, it should reflect you. It's my job to help tell your story."