Meet Paige Breidenbach—an interior designer at Trever Hill Design. The Grand Forks, ND native comes from a long line of family interior designers who have inspired her to chase after that same dream, and she herself graduated with her interior design degree from NDSU in 2020.
One of the misconceptions about hiring an interior designer is that they’re only for large-scale projects. Paige wants potential clients to know that they can utilize her as little or as much as they would like. The team at Trever Hill Design value projects of all sizes and styles.
While she selects items for a client, she always considers their budget and their needs. By doing so, her team typically suggests a minimum of two options with different price points, and will also shop anywhere the client might request.
As for a new build, Paige and her team can assist with anything imaginable. The process is to sit down with the homeowners and review any plans that may have been drawn up at that point. The next step is to figure out how they will utilize the spaces and get a feel for their aesthetic. From there, Paige will source finishes for all areas, as well as select any appliances and fixtures for the client, and then onto furnishings and accessories. If at any point in time during the process a client would like 3D renderings, Paige is happy to provide those in addition to her other presentation materials (mood boards, schedules, space planning, etc.).
“I want my reputation to be that I was able to exceed the client’s expectations”
Inspiration, Colors & Trends
Paige loves giving interest to a space through the usage of curves and textures; she is all about dimension!
Paige stays inspired by watching HGTV with her mom and grandma, while also looking to creatives and DIYers on Instagram.
While she is most proud of being a part of Trever Hill Design, Paige’s goal for the future would be to spend time renovating investment properties with her family. “I want my reputation to be that I was easy to work with and that I was able to exceed the client’s expectations.”