Sheri Peterson

Sheri Peterson

Sheri Peterson began her career in the interior design industry in the early 1990’s. Following the completion of an apprenticeship and diploma of interior design, she was employed as a designer gaining experience on residential projects. She established her own company in 1995 and over the last 25 years the company has grown steadily to include commercial and hospitality work. She has continued to advance her education, with various industry accreditations.

Sheri recently completed her education and thesis as a Colour Consultant with the International Association of Color Consultants-North America, where she is also a fully accredited member and President on the board. She is dedicated to continued education on the art and science of colour attending colour industry events yearly. She is also a member of the Colour Research Society of Canada, the Inter-Society Color Council and a past educational provider on colour to the Architect’s Institute of BC.

Sheri is a wife, a mom to Evan, 22, Derek, 17, and Princess Leia, their yellow lab. She is a past board member of the Victoria Society for Children with Autism and loves to advocate for parents who need respite and advice. She loves living in Saanich and can often be found with Leia in the trees at Mt Doug or Beaver Lake!

Contact Sheri directly at 250-888-0245 or [email protected]

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Jessica Lowes

Jessica Lowes has had a passion for interior design for as long as she can remember. She uses an effective hands-on approach to design and is very detail driven.

Graduating from BCIT with a diploma of Interior Design, Jessica fuels her passion for interior design by working on a variety of projects in a multitude of capacities!   This crazy talented designer accomplishes  a variety of projects with Sheri and most notably, provides fabulous and realistic conceptual renderings for interior and  exterior remodels.

Living in some of the provinces’ most beautiful small towns has fuelled her love of all things local and outdoors: snowboarding, biking and market browsing. As a collector of power tools, she is happiest on a job site, in a hard hat.

Nina Awatramani

Nina is an RID with IDIBC and ARIDO. She completed her Diploma in design at Ontario college of Art and proceeded to work with Architects located in Toronto, specializing in the commercial and residential sector. She has been a project manager for over 20 years, and has gained tremendous experience designing office spaces (Ontario Government offices, numerous BDC offices, the Maple Leafs head offices, Whirlpool head office and showroom, BMO call centre, Air Canada SOC, HSBC offices and numerous retail bank outlets) as well as private residences. Nina thrives on creating the perfect harmony in every project, balancing the needs and desires of the client with functionality and aesthetics.

Eight years ago she moved to B.C. and now lives with her husband and two wonderful daughters in Oak Bay. Nina enjoys a variety of activities including painting, pottery, hiking, biking, kayaking, camping and of course strolling along the picturesque Willow’s beach.