With Jeannette Salazar you get a combination of creativity and professionalism that started from a young age. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jeannette was always immersing herself in art-driven and colorful activities. This creative instinct and passion for design eventually directed her to Albuquerque where she achieved her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interior Design from The Southwest University of Visual Arts and has remained in Albuquerque since.
With almost a decade of experience, Jeannette has collaborated on over 100 design and remodeling projects in and around the Albuquerque and
Santa Fe area. She developed strong communication and project management skills amongst her colleagues, clients, and collaborating contractors. She is well-known in the Albuquerque remodeling and design community for her cheerful demeanor and her exceptional dexterity when it comes to space planning and highly detailed elevations and renderings. She has a vigorous passion for kitchen and bath restorations and is consistently setting a new standard for interior design in New Mexico.
Jeannette also served on the New Mexico ASID Chapter Board from 2011-2014 as Communications Director and President. She continues to be an Allied Member of ASID and plans to be NCIDQ certified in the near future. Her professional experience combined with her innovative mindset allows her to create inspiring and captivating designs for every client. Her goal is to improve the world we live in, one beautiful room at a time!
SHAYNA MOORE, INTERN
My name is Shayna Moore and I am a senior interior design student at the Savannah College of Art and Design. I’m from Las Vegas, Nevada but moved to Albuquerque around 2 years ago and I love it! I am passionate about design and the powerful impact that it has on people. Designers have to find the best client solution mixed with logical thinking, budget constraints, and creativity. Ever since I was a little girl, living in a city that was surrounded by texture, textiles, hospitality, and visual experiences has always been both magical and enlightening. My ultimate goal as a designer is to enter the fields of residential and workplace design because it is at home that you build family and at work where you build the world.