Copper Leaf celebrates 17 years
Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio announces the celebration of its 17-year anniversary.
Copper Leaf, owned by Pamela Holschuh, ASID, started as an interior design and retail store at 294 Front Street, Marietta, in 1996. As the business grew, Holschuh, who holds a bachelor of science in interior design from Ohio University, began to expand her design services, including commercial and residential design services, new construction/remodeling/renovation, and project management.
In 2005, Holschuh moved the studio to its present location, 710 Lancaster St., Marietta. The new location enabled the business to shift from a retail entity to a professional studio with a focus on design services and products. Also in this same year, Robyn Spataro, a 2004 graduate of Ohio University, joined Copper Leaf as an interior designer, bringing extensive knowledge in computer-generated services.
Then, in 2007, Beth Colombini, the office and showroom manager, joined the Copper Leaf family, providing organizational and detail-oriented support to the rapidly growing group. Diane Gottfried was added in 2011 as marketing/communications manager, and works to maintain a constant presence for the company in today’s ever-changing promotional market. The latest addition has been Tashina McKinney, as an assistant interior designer. Tashina, with a bachelor’s degree in interior design and business, joined the team in 2012. She provides support for all research and design preparation on commercial and residential projects.
In addition to providing a comprehensive array of design services, Copper Leaf Interior Design Studio also offers an extensive selection of furnishings, accessories and lighting. The website, www.copperleafinteriors.com, was completely reworked in 2012 to showcase the company’s considerable portfolio, provide industry information, and provide interaction with the public on different platforms, such as Facebook, Pinterest, and Houzz.