Lindsay Angyus

Senior Designer

Grew up in a suburb of Indianapolis, and received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Interior Design from Harrington College of Design in Chicago, IL in 2007. After managing a multi-line showroom at the Merchandise Mart, she worked for Scott Arthur Yerkey Design; receiving a first place award at the IL ASID Design Excellence Awards for her work on the Lake Forest Showcase House in 2013. She has volunteered for Designs for Dignity, and received the D4D Founder’s Award in 2014 for her work on a joint design project with Chicago House.

What’s your personal design style?
  • My personal style is eclectic. I like a more masculine aesthetic with contrasting soft, feminine accents. I also have a lot of tribal accessories that I’ve collected through my travels mixed with some family heirloom pieces I’ve inherited.
What would be your dream project?
  • I would love to work on a historical renovation, particularly an original David Adler Home. The opportunity to combine his timeless, almost majestic, architecture with today’s more modern furnishing and palettes would be my dream.
What fuels your creativity outside the office?
  • I love going to all of the museums in Chicago in my free time. I try to go to a different one every month.
Favorite Project:
  • The Dream Home Study, I love the blending of styles & textures in this project. The traditional accents mixed with modern elements and transitional upholstery really illustrates how you can incorporate individual items to create a cohesive collection. The entire firm had a hand in this design and it really exemplifies the benefits of being able to collaborate as a team on a project.