Bonnie Kaye Whitfield is a former textile designer and printmaker turned Interior Designer. After years of making luxury home textiles and sourcing vintage pieces to style with them, she began diving towards the bigger picture at hand -- our spaces as a whole. From how we use our homes to the treasures + memories they hold inside, Bonnie is fascinated with our environments and the grand impact they possess.
You'll often find her on her 114 year old porch having an evening cocktail with her husband or chasing her young daughter in the yard. When they are not in Johnson City, they are traveling the west in their vintage truck camper, collecting bones and feathers.
Her personal home style is a mix of her favorite travels and treasures. Think French cafe mixed with the New Mexico desert and a touch of Moroccan boho.
She holds an BFA in Art Education from the University of Georgia (once a high school teacher in Manhattan!) and an MFA in Printmaking from Pratt Institute in New York.