Wren didn’t always dream of being an interior designer. In fact, Wren wanted to go into politics or medicine, to make a positive impact by helping people. But then she took an interior design course and found her calling, earning a bachelor’s degree in interior design from the Art Institute in 2010. Now she makes a positive impact by helping Las Vegas homeowners live more happily in their homes.
“I didn’t want to design clothes, but interior design appeared similar to fashion styling,” Wren says. “It’s like putting an outfit together. You have your key garment, a shirt or pants, and that’s your sofa or table. Add your necklace, earrings, the purse, the shoes. The same goes for setting up a room. You have your basic elements, and then accessorize and embellish to create something fabulous. It just flows. I have not done anything else since.”
Positivity radiates through Wren’s approach to professionalism as well. “Professionalism, to me, is how you want people to see you in your brand. It’s allowing yourself to come through in your best light,” she says. This approach, combined with her people-first attitude, allows her to navigate potentially tense moments with grace. Whether she’s updating clients about product delays, answering myriad questions or sharing informational sources, she’s “constantly trying to make my clients understand that I’m here to help them achieve their goals,” Wren says. “Giving my clients honesty is better than trying to sprinkle a little bit of sugar on a sour lemonade. It’s just not going to work.”