Founder Tiffany Hunter has had a life-long passion for furniture.  As a young girl, she scoured thrift stores near her home in Washington state, and then "Tag Sales" while a student at Miss Porter's School in Farmington, Connecticut. Even while pursuing her MBA at Dartmouth's Tuck School of business she found time for antiquing in the hills of Vermont and New Hampshire.

After 10 years as a financial advisor to the ultra wealthy, she turned her passion into a new career and opened a small antique store in Newport Beach.  Before long, she was giving clients design advice and staging multi-million dollar homes.  She added employees, took on more warehouse space and turned her small antique store into the thriving interior design and staging business it is today.

Designing homes is in Tiffany’s blood.  Her great aunt, Elisabeth Draper, decorated parts of the White House, the American Embassy in Paris, and the Blair House, and was known as one of the “Grand Dames of Decorating.”  Tiffany's passion is also influenced by her father, an experienced woodworker and lifetime collector of early American antiques.