Sarah Bernardy-Broman believes that "A home is a reflection of who we are; it should complement our style and at the same time blend the interior architecture so that you feel harmony within the space." At Sarah Bernardy Design, LLC projects range from paint/finish/material selections to furnishing an entire room or home. Because every project and client is unique we work with you on an hourly consultation basis, allowing for flexible service and expertise when needed by the client. There are no lengthy contracts requiring a commitment of time or purchases, which allows us to pull from a variety of sources thus creating a custom look that fits your individual needs.

Services Provided
Interior Design products and services, design consultation for new and existing homes, space planning, material and finish selection/specification, furniture planning/selection/ and purchasing services, custom built-ins, tile design and selection/purchasing, elevation drawings/hand renderings.

Areas Served
Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Edina, Excelsior, Eagan, Prior Lake, Burnsville, Savage, Inver Grove Heights, Woodbury, Plymouth, Eden Prairie, Mendota Heights, Cottage Grove, Hastings, Roseville, Richfield, Bloomington, Apple Valley, Maplewood, Stillwater, Andover, Chaska,

Certifications and Awards
Allied ASID
Best of Houzz 2014, for service
Best of Houzz 2015, for service
Contact: Sarah Bernardy-Broman, Allied ASID
Location: St. Paul, MN 55122
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