Annie McIntyre, a RMCAD grad and interior designer at Balfour Senior Living, came on the podcast to talk to us about what it’s like to be an interior designer in a pandemic. She told us how to adapt to new necessities like sanitization and outdoor spaces, the difference between interior design and decorating, common mistakes you might be making in your own home, and how to prepare your interior design portfolio for the professional world.

Artist Bio:

Annie McIntyre has been with the Balfour Senior Living team since 2017 as an Interior
Designer. Annie enjoys bringing bold colors and intricate patterns to life in her designs.
The feel of each property is unique, inviting, relaxing and stimulating. Annie’s award
winning designs can be found at Balfour at Stapleton, Balfour at Littleton, Balfour at
Lavender Farms and most recently Balfour at Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Annie previously worked with Marsh and Associates where she applied her elaborate
interior designs to country clubs as well. Some examples of her work are Columbine
Country Club, Monterey Peninsula Country Club, Montecito Club, Whitetail Club and
Country Club of Landfall.
She continues adapting and innovating the Balfour design and we can look forward to
seeing her inspirational results on upcoming projects like Balfour at Longmont.
Annie is a graduate from Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design with a Bachelors of
Fine Art in Interior Design. She currently lives in Longmont CO, with her Fiancé and
three dogs.

About Remotely Creative:

We’re navigating the ins and outs of creative survival in a remote setting and answering your questions. You’ll hear from professional artists, designers, and a few wildcards about how to stay inspired and connected when working and living from home. Hosted by Robb Fladry, Dean of Students at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD).
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