Chase Wombacher

Associate Designer

Chase grew up in Iowa City, IA. After attending Kirkwood and Harrington College of Design he received his Associates Degree in Applied Science and Interior Design in 2009. While in school for Interior Design he ventured into the medical field where he was a CMA and Operations Manager for a Cosmetic Dermatology Clinic for 5 years. Throughout his years after college he owned his own company designing homes and spaces for his clients, as well as buying and flipping homes with his father. He then went on to work for a worked for a design firm in the Iowa and Illinois territory.

What’s your personal design style?
  • My personal style reflects my upbringing, travels, & growth over the years. My parents ran an antique business, where they traveled all over the U.S. collecting antiques and taking them out to the West Coast where antiques were few and far between. After rehabbing and flipping Victorian, Bungalow, Mid-century Modern and Historic homes, I established a more collaborative & eclectic style.
What would be your dream project?
  • Well, I have a few….A Historic Hotel rehab, small private plane, yacht, or motorhome. My main goal in design is to create a space for clients that encompasses not only their own design style & lifestyle, but a space that tells a story about who they are. Defining a space that establishes a person’s personality & eclectic style is my main goal. I not only enjoy the design aspect of projects, but the relationship and time spent with my clients.
What fuels your creativity outside the office?
  • My time spent with friends, family, and travel. I believe that life has the answer to one’s creativity, love, and success. Art is all around us. If we take the time to look and listen to the things around us, it inspires us to see the world the way it was meant to be.
Favorite Project:
  • A two-story Spanish-Modern style home that included a state of the art designed pool, landscaping designed by an L.A. based
    designer, a glassed in wine cellar off the kitchen, two-tiered movie theater in the lower level, mural painted in the gentlemen’s
    retreat and office carriage house. What made this project extra special, was the long lasting friendship that it created with my
    clients, who I now call my friends and family.