Debbie Gray

Debbie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design and more than 30 years of design experience. Her experience encompasses commercial and residential design, space planning, furniture and fabric selection, and permanent finish specification.

 Debbie’s goal as your designer is to build a partnership that allows you to make your house a home. As a team, you do this by creating an environment that is a reflection of you, your family, and your lifestyle. Listening to your wants and needs, incorporating them into a design plan, and providing a great customer experience are essential to Debbie. 

Contact Debbie at (262) 436-0960

"The Norwegian heritage of the Stoughton community was the inspiration for the model unit at Kettle Park Senior Living. The goal was to pay homage to the Scandinavian farmhouse style of the development. We achieved this by utilizing an eclectic mix of furniture and accessories, while still allowing future tenants the versatility to see that they can make the space their own."

Debbie Grey

Kettle Park Senior Living - Stoughton, WI

β€œThe design of the Hamilton House model unit was inspired by the modern farmhouse elements that are found throughout the common spaces. The combination of rustic wood finishes and traditional patterns in a time-honored color palette embrace the heritage of downtown Cedarburg, while maintaining an updated feel.”

Debbie Grey

Tukka Properties - Cedarburg, WI

β€œWorking with Debbie Gray was a perfect fit for us. As a designer, her extensive product knowledge and design expertise made the project less frightening. She presented us with a couple of customized design plans, furniture ideas, and fabric samples that beautifully capture our style. She really listened and made our dream a reality. We appreciate her attention to detail, and love the end result! We would certainly use Debbie on future projects.”

Lee and Jim K.

Sun Prairie, WI

β€œThe mission-themed common areas of the Wright House project were the inspiration for the design. The goal was to incorporate the 'feel' of those spaces, while ensuring the model unit still maintained its own identity. The color palette, and simplicity of the furniture and accessories, allow for residents to envision themselves living comfortably in the space.”

Debbie Gray

Wright House, WI

β€œLove all the new furniture, and how Debbie arranged it in my apartment - including the wall decorations.”

Pat E.

Cottage Grove, WI

β€œThe goal of the project was to echo the warmth felt throughout the building, and to convey the feel of the beautiful river location through the design... as a way to help prospective tenants envision themselves living in the space. By using both color and texture to accomplish this goal, the completed model is a reflection of the overall design at Eagle Point.”

Debbie Gray

Eagle Point, WI