Pearson Design Interiors fosters harmonious and balanced relationships between architectural interior and exterior spaces. Working in concert with our Architectural Group, we create cohesive environments that reverberate our practiced attention to every design detail, accompanied with an organic, handcrafted sensibility. Our surroundings are intrinsically enhanced through lighting, fixtures, artwork, fabrics, antiques and furniture. Pearson Design Interiors offers a continuum of services from Conceptual Design to Procurement to Installation. Exceptional interior design should honor the architectural structure of a place, instead of distract. At Pearson Design Interiors, we celebrate the resonance and character of the space that surrounds us.
Leisa’s passion for art and design was inspired in part by her grandmother, who taught her to paint and sketch. After graduating from The Art Institute in Seattle in 2010, Leisa lent her talent to projects spanning from the Bahamas and Mexico to California and Montana. At PDG, she loves exploring the creative maze that is her mind. Learning about different eras of art and design and interlacing them allows her to create spaces that feel fresh. Her passion persists outside of work; she’s always on the lookout for unique pieces to invest in.
Chelsie manages all the purchasing for our interior projects and plays a key role in ensuring our clients’ indoor environments are complete and stunning. Detail oriented, she thrives on seeing a project through to its completion. She attributes her strong work ethic to having been born and raised in Butte, Montana. Prior to joining PDG, Chelsie earned a degree from MSU, where she studied Marketing, Management, and Entrepreneurship, and worked in San Francisco as a buyer for Pottery Barn. She delights in the Montana summer season and in spending time with her husband and baby girl.
The daughter of an Army serviceman, Rachel grew up in Texas, Georgia, Germany, Kansas, and Minnesota before settling in Massachusetts, where she earned a BS in Education from Westfield State University. She moved to Bozeman in 1997. As PDG’s Office Manager, Rachel handles all the bookkeeping for both the Architecture and Interior Design departments. She also assists the Interior Design team on project contracts and budgets. When not at work, she’s busy raising two sons and enjoying a broad spectrum of outdoor activities through all the seasons in Montana.