Anchorage

Professional Interior Decorator & Designer

I love interior design! I enjoy working with my clients to help them make their home and lives more beautiful. When I come to your home, I bring a wide selection of products covering all styles from classic traditional to modern contemporary; it’s my ultimate goal to design spaces that reflect your taste and your lifestyle within your budget. I will show you samples of custom window treatments, bedding ensembles, floor covering, wall covering, accessories, upholstered furniture and more, so you don’t have to run around town finding them yourself! Whether your project involves a family room, dining room, living room, office or bedroom I have the products and ideas to suit your every need, design style and budget.

No project is too big or too small. I will work with you on a plan to bring it all together on your budget and on your time table. From a simple window treatment over the kitchen sink to whole room/house designs, we enjoy creating beautiful spaces.

At Decorating Den Interiors it’s our goal to help you make your home in Anchorage all that it can be.

Contact me today at 502-245-0052 and let’s work together to make your home more beautiful one room at a time.

Anchorage is a city located in Jefferson County, Kentucky with a population of approximately 2,300. The land was first settled in 1773 after it was awarded to the Virginia militia after their service in the French and Indian War. The city is named in honor of James W. Goslee, a riverboat captain and prominent resident whose estate was named The Anchorage.

Anchorage, KY Resources: 

  • Louder Than Life Festival – The Louder Than Life Festival is an annual event held in Louisville, KY. The Festival is a multi-day extravaganza that includes great food, whiskey, and gourmet man food to ensure visitors are entertained, happy, and excited for more.
  • The Filson Historical Society – The Filson Historical Society is one of Kentucky’s oldest Historical Societies. Founded in 1884, the Filson Historical Society has preserved and collected artifacts and documentation about the region’s growth and development for over a century.
  • Louisville Zoo – Since 1969, The Louisville Zoo aims to create a “Better the Bond Between People and Our Planet” by providing excellent care for animals, and a great educational and entertaining experience for visitors. The Louisville Zoo currently exhibits more than 1,500 animals on 134 acres of natural settings, and represents habitats in Glacier Run, Africa, Islands, North, Central and South America, and the Australian Outback.