At Revamp Interior Design, we delight in creating original settings for eating, drinking, laughing, connecting, and living life. For us, revamp means finding a space’s hidden beauty and infusing it with splashes of color, bundles of light and the irrepressible personality that every unique client brings to the mix.
Whether we’re designing for home or hospitality, our method is the same: honor the space, give it a life of its own, and savor the creative surprises that are revealed in the process.
Revamp will work with you to create a one-of-a-kind world where you’ll never want to leave.
Partners Danielle Fennoy and Cece Stelljes bonded in Denmark while they were studying interior and furniture design. After earning Master’s degrees in Interior Design from the Pratt Institute, the two designers went their separate ways for a spell, accumulating significant professional experience.
Danielle went on to hone her custom designs, creating residential spaces for high profile clients at a prestigious New York City firm. In 2008 she founded Revamp, where she gained national recognition through appearances as a design expert on HGTV’s Bang For Your Buck and My Favorite Place. Named one of House Beautiful’s Next Wave of Top Designers, Danielle arrives at every project with her innate ability to understand clients’ creative goals, plus her encyclopedic knowledge of global design.
Prior to Revamp, Cece worked on award-winning designs at Icrave Design, Roman & Williams, and Karim Rashid Inc, earning recognition for her roles in prominent projects including STK Restaurants, Tenjune and The Bank nightclubs, and the W Hotel Atlanta. As a former music industry executive, Cece brings the rock and roll elements of edge and adventure to the environments she creates, with a particular passion for those unexpected “wow” moments. Her work has been published in Interior Design, Wallpaper Magazine, Hospitality Design, and Elle Décor.
Danielle’s and Cece’s shared love of client connections and creating exciting surprises in design form the foundation for their adventurous - yet remarkably practical - designs.
One of Revamp’s unconventional interiors was featured as a cover story in the September 2013 issue of Interior Design Magazine.
Peruse our portfolio, then contact our office to see how we can revamp your space.
Emily was lucky to learn at a young age that she wanted to become an interior designer. After studying Interior Design at Cornell University, she moved to New York City to gain experience at an Architectural Digest Top 100 firm focusing on high end residential design. Her interests outside of Revamp include skiing, hand lettering, and working out.
After earning her master's degree in interior design from Pratt Institute, Juliann worked in various design capacities, from children's museum exhibits to broadcast television sets to upscale residences. Notable projects include the award-winning Young At Art Museum and Houston Children's Museum, Emmy-nominated CBS This Morning, NBC's Today Show, The Colbert Report, and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. She has also worked on high profile residential projects from Washington, DC to Rio de Janeiro. Her diverse experience brings a unique perspective to each and every project, creating a unconventional visual narrative ranging anywhere from playfully dramatic to modern sophistication