Alys Design
I have been interested in design my entire life. I graduated from New York School of Interior Design after attending The University of Virginia. I interned with Bunny Williams and worked for Robert A M Stern Architects before moving to Florida to work at Alys Beach. In 2011, I moved to Chapel Hill and founded Alys Design. Since then I have worked on both residential and commercial projects up and down the East coast. I now have two staff designers and work in a studio behind my home. We're busy and loving every minute of it!
When I'm not working, I can be found with my husband, three cool kids, and my Austraian Shepherd working in our garden.

Services Provided
Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Color Consulting, Decluttering, Dining Room Design, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Holiday Decorating, Home Office Design, Home Staging

Certifications and Awards
LEED Certification. Allied member ASID.
Contact: Alys Protzman
Location: 1230 Bynum Road
Pittsboro, NC 27312
Typical Job Costs: $5000 - 500,000
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Commented: I love this space! Where do I find this subway tile? Its a reclaimed brick that's been glazed. Mine was from Fireclay tile.
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Commented: Love all the texture! What is the name of this subway tile? Its a Fireclay tile and its a reclaimed brick that's been glazed. Love the texture!
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Commented: The Jacobean crewel pillows....maker? They aren't crewel. They're linen. Fabric by a Scandinavian designer...Josef Frank
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Commented: Glide chairs They are vintage from Scott's Market in Atlanta
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Commented: Shiplap where did you get the shiplap ? siding or panel? I live in Car the sip lap is really just 1x's...they were installed with an 1/4" gap and all painted white. Installed right over sheetrock. Very easy installation. Any handyman or contractor could do it.
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Commented: Are the metal chairs old or new? Where did you find them? They are vintage gliders from Scotts Market in Atlanta
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Alys Design now has a photo featured in a story: Colpo di Colore: Un Tocco di Giallo in Cucina