Amilee Wendt, ASID, RID
School: Southern Methodist University
Company: Wendt Design Group
3135 Fairhope Street
Houston, TX 77025 map
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Amilee Wendt, owner and founder, of Wendt Design Group is an award-winning interior designer who has served the Gulf Coast Area and Asia for over 25 years. She is licensed by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners (TBAE), a member of the Texas Association for Interior Design, and is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). Ms. Wendt served as the professional development director of the Texas Gulf Coast chapter of the ASID and follows in the footsteps of her great uncle, Eugene Harris, who was a founding member of the local chapter.
Wendt Design Group is a full service design firm which serves a wide range of clients working on diverse projects such as large estates, residential high-rises, smaller homes, corporations, restaurants and hotels. The firm has worked both locally and internationally to complete projects including a five-star restaurant, a trendy London apartment and a renovation of a historic church.
Wendt Design Group has vast experience in all styles of interior design. Our current emphasis on design looks is more transitional, contemporary or classic modern. Our firmï¿½s professional team of designers will work with you to create an environment that is not only unique to your personal style and sensibilities but is also functional and encompasses your individual lifestyle needs.
Interior Design Concept Drawings
Couture Window Coverings
Commercial and Contract Interiors
New or Review Plans
Awards & Publications
2010 ASID Interior Design Gold Award- Residential - Model Home/ Show-house
2009 ASID Interior Design Residential Honorable Mention- Arch/ Elev. Feature
2010 ASID Interior Design Gold Award- Contract -Hospitality /Restaurant
2010 ASID Interior Design Gold Award- Contract -Retail
2010 ASID Interior Design Gold Award- Contract - Product Design
2010 ASID Interior Design Silver Award- Contract -Historical Restoration