Angie Morse is an award winning interior designer and home stager based in SW Portland. As a sixth generation Oregonian, Angie grew up in Bend with parents who were “house flippers” long before it was mainstream. Living in ever evolving homes, she experienced first hand the possibilities within each home and saw that transformations were only limited by ones imagination, a creative budget, and how far Dad could test Mom’s patience. Angie holds a BA in Journalism/Public Relations from the University of Oregon and is a graduate of Heritage School of Interior Design. She is also a certified consultant with Dewey Color and Color with Confidence and has won awards for interior design, professional organization, color usage, home staging, redesign, and has been named Interior Design Society’s Designer of the Year nationally for window treatments and holiday design. Angie is a proponent of sharing knowledge, giving back to peers, and inspiring new designers. She believes that the profession is much stronger by fostering a community of camaraderie versus competition and that is reflected in her involvement with various design related associations. Angie is recognized as a RESA-Pro by the Real Estate Staging Association and has also served on the Portland RESA Chapter Board and the IRIS (Interior Redesign Industry Specialists) National Board of Directors. She is currently serving her sixth year on the Board of Directors of the Portland Chapter of the Interior Design Society (IDS) as immediate Past President and Chair of the Swatched event committee. In her spare time, she can be seen in the stands at University of Portland baseball games watching her youngest nephew, traveling with her husband of 20+ years, or hanging out with family and friends.