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Roselle Bernardino

Roselle Bernardino received her Bachelor of Arts in Design with an emphasis on Interior Architecture from UC Davis. During her college career, she had a great deal of experience in various areas of design: graphic, product, exhibition, a little bit of fashion, and of course, interiors. She interned at a local Davis consignment/design shop where she helped stage the showroom and was exposed to the San Francisco Design Center. Having worked for the Coach Outlet in Vacaville, Roselle knows how to give quality service to her clients and pick options that will work for them in addition to learning about fabrics and leathers and working under immense pressure. Roselle became an intern at J. Hettinger Interiors prior to becoming an assistant and learned about how the industry works in depth. She is a jack of all trades doing the graphics for sale signs, inspecting products, book keeping, troubleshooting computer problems, etc. for J. Hettinger Interiors. Her favorite part of interior design is rendering and space planning, so if you need a 3D visualization of your space, she’s the one to go to!

 

Peggy Roof

Over 20 years ago, Peggy started a home maintenance business, and because of her life long passion for interior design and the desire to help her clients create a home the love living in, it developed into interior design consultation services. This includes helping her clients in: material selections for kitchens and baths, space planning, color consultation, including  developing custom colors and custom built-in designs, to name a few. She is also knowledgeable in construction methods and terminology, having worked closely with remodeling projects.

Peggy completed the Interior Design Program at Chabot and Las Positas Colleges, taking additional classes to further her interior design capabilities. Peggy was a student member of NKBA and IFDA and finished at the top of her class. Before working at J. Hettinger Interiors, Peggy worked at a custom window treatment and upholstery shop. She worked with clients on custom designs and gained further knowledge in pricing and estimating fabrics, along with sales of Hunter Douglas products. Peggy loves fabrics; combining pattern, color, and texture in unique and pleasing ways, but her favorite part of design is the collaboration process, developing creative designs using the principles and elements of design.