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Design your life.

Making More Than A Mark

When you add an apostrophe to a word it stands for attaining something. Gaining possession. Owning it. A perfect term for claiming a space and finding potential in both the old and the new. Apostrophe is here to help you do exactly that. Design your life.

 
 
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CRAFTED WITH LOVE

When inspiration is strong enough, it can force you to do things and create things you never thought you could. The owner and founder of Apostrophe, Erica Lee, is living proof of this philosophy. 

After purchasing her first home at a mere age of 25, she couldn't wait to roll up her sleeves and get dirty. 

She had a vision to find unique, creative and resourceful ways to find potential, and make her house a home. From this, Apostrophe was born.

 
 
 

EXPERIENCE

For the past ten years, she has been focused on marketing and branding. Five of those years have been working for a multi-state builder and a nationwide mortgage firm.

With a background in design & branding, she has a deep understanding of color theory and balance within a space. 

Whether you’re renting or you own a home, she can help you design your space and make it your own.

 

 
 

Client Reviews

Erica helped me select new furniture and decor for our restaurant renovation. We had a clear idea of what we wanted and with some additional design help and ideas, she was able to help bring it all together. We love the table arrangements!
— Pamela M.
Being a new homeowner can be overwhelming. Especially if you have an odd shaped room that you really want to ‘redo’ but are unsure how. Erica was able to quickly look at photos, draw a floorplan sketch of where to place our furniture, and provide some room theme ideas to tie it together. We were so pleased at her responsiveness and willingness to help!
— Jessica S.
Somehow, Erica manages to be both a designer and a rockstar visionary. Designing a space through photographs without every stepping into a space is nuts! And she can do that.
— Frank R.
 
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