Amy Spencer started Case & Space in 2002, combining her organizational and project management experience with her interior design skills and flair for fashion. She also developed an appreciation for well-crafted antique furniture and cabinetry.
Over the past 18 years, she has designed and managed the fabrication of wardrobes, closets, kitchens, baths, media centers, bookcases, free-standing furniture, and many other areas requiring style and organization. She has sorted through homes and offices belonging to those with vastly different lifestyles and careers, helping to create systems and to restore a healthy flow throughout.
Amy also has over 10 years of experience with buying, selling, and liquidating antique, collectibles, and luxury items. In 2018, she received a scholarship from GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and in January of 2020 she obtained a Graduate Gemology degree from GIA.
This makes her uniquely qualified when guiding her clients through the emotional and physical process of downsizing, valuing items, organizing them, and managing projects that can often be overwhelming. And most of all she must insure that it looks fabulous!
Prior to Case & Space, Amy developed her strong project management skills in the 1990's during the technology boom, when she managed complex projects for rapidly growing companies in San Francisco and New York City. She now skillfully blends all of her experiences to benefit her clients in a multitude of ways.
Closet Design, Closet Organization, Custom Cabinets, Custom Storage, Custom Walk-in Closets, Decluttering, Downsizing, Professional Organizing, Space Planning
Corte Madera, Kentfield, Larkspur, Mill Valley, Ross, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Sausalito, san francisco
GIA Graduate Gemologist
GIA Graduate Diamond
Gia Graduate Colored Stones
GIA Scholarship award in 2018