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Ginger Foust

My family would say that my interest in design began in my early teens when I boldly decided to “redo” a small bathroom in my family home when my parents were away for the weekend. The then trendy blue and purple floral wallpaper of the 60’s beckoned me and my ever-positive mom returned with the reinforcement that urged me on. Matching patterns what’s that?

I believe that my passion for design began much earlier when I was constantly trying new furniture arrangements and accessory placement in my childhood bedroom. Instead of buying the typical teen magazines, I would opt for decorating magazines for inspiration. Throughout my late teen and early adult years I was always helping friends with design projects while refining my design skills and hunting for furniture to creatively reinvent with paint. The 70’s took me to Oregon where I started “flipping” houses and “staging” them for resale, (long before the terms of staging or flipping were known).

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My family would say that my interest in design began in my early teens when I boldly decided to “redo” a small bathroom in my family home when my parents were away for the weekend. The then trendy blue and purple floral wallpaper of the 60’s beckoned me and my ever-positive mom returned with the reinforcement that urged me on. Matching patterns what’s that?

I believe that my passion for design began much earlier when I was constantly trying new furniture arrangements and accessory placement in my childhood bedroom. Instead of buying the typical teen magazines, I would opt for decorating magazines for inspiration. Throughout my late teen and early adult years I was always helping friends with design projects while refining my design skills and hunting for furniture to creatively reinvent with paint. The 70’s took me to Oregon where I started “flipping” houses and “staging” them for resale, (long before the terms of staging or flipping were known).

In the early 80’s I took formal education in interior design in Orange County, California, and established a retail design program for a large fabric wholesaler and my business Taylor-Made Designs. While teaching full-time I continued to work in design, and in 2004 I retired from teaching, after 30 years in the classroom, and returned to school to become a certified Interior ReDesigner, Stager and Color Expert. I have certifications from two of the top training companies in the USA and Canada, one of whom asked me to train for them but I wanted more hands-on work.

My personal dreams and goals brought me to my business, Dream Interior Redesign and Staging by Ginger Foust. I moved to North Fork in 2005 from Paso Robles and I reestablished my business here with more determination than ever. My dream has been fulfilled.

Good design and decorating is my dream and my passion. This business has never been a hobby. When I can help my clients achieve: a new look in a room, on a wall, assist with paint color selections, prepare a house for the resale market (staging), shop for specific accessories or furniture, teach seminars about decorating or make the transition to a new home more tranquil, I get a rush of adrenaline that is addictive. I know that I can help you fulfill your dream with your home for dwelling or for selling.

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