Meet The Face Behind Sage Key Interiors
I’m Dana Wynn, the proud owner of Sage Key Interiors.
I look forward to sharing my story. I hope that you will enjoy getting to know me better.
I’ve always enjoyed creating beautiful interiors as my father was a builder, and my mom was a mathematician, and both were keen on creating the best home that they could afford. So after studying drafting in high school, I decided to major in Art and Interior Design at the University of Georgia.
After graduating, I joined my dad’s company as a finishes expert, and we worked together for several years before he retired. Since then, I have worked for many furniture and boutique design firms, including Bridgette Boylan Interiors in Alpharetta and Wynn Design & Staging.
In 2010, I decided to take a break from my career to raise my children. Six years later, when my kids had grown up, I wanted the freedom to create my schedule, which allowed me to attend important functions, so I started my own interior and decorator firm in Pendergrass, Georgia.
Initially, it took a while for people to learn that I was in the area, but in 2018, I became a certified-aging-in-place specialist which built greater trust with customers. It allowed my company to grow by leaps and bounds in the last twelve months.
Helping older clients to create a safe, beautiful, and accessible home is one of the most rewarding parts of what I do. I also love working with people to solve problems and create unique homes that express their personalities.
My business philosophy is that interior design should be accessible to everyone. Good design is all around us and benefits us in a million different ways. My focus is on giving clients my full attention so that I can deliver a final product that is unique to them. It doesn’t matter if it’s a room redesign, a “start from scratch” custom design, real estate staging, or an aging-in-place consultation.
What sets me apart from the others is my belief that everyone, no matter their background, personal preferences, or budget, deserves respect and a home that suits them down to a “T”. As the saying goes, what goes around comes around, so I do good for others and get it back in return.
I attribute my success to rendering a level of customer service that is a little old school. I stay in contact with clients consistently, letting them know what will happen currently, next, and further down the road. This way, I can head off potential problems or just the “SNAFU’s” that creep up in any remodel. Consistent communication also shows clients that I’m listening to their concerns and can fulfill their design brief, which is satisfying.
I think my most rewarding moment was creating a little girls’ room that had a particular design request - a Mermaid/Unicorn room, to be exact. Blending the two worlds of above ground and below water coherently was challenging, but very enjoyable. I hope that she loves it for years to come and that when she is ready to move on to something else, I will have the opportunity to help her create it.
When I am not designing homes, I love to read, sew, draw, paint and garden - although I am not very good at the last one. I’ve been married for twenty-five years now, with elementary school kids, two cats, and a dog, and I enjoy traveling with the entire family. I’m also very passionate about Autism Speaks and helping autistic children.
I have enjoyed sharing my story about the things which matter to me and how they influence the way I do business.
If you or someone you know could benefit from my expertise as an interior decorator in Pendergrass, Georgia, I invite you to get in touch. Please visit my website at www.sagekeyinteriors.com.