Intentional Design for Beautiful Spaces

Los Angeles, CA

Catie Rippin Design

Catie Rippin Design

We serve residential clients nationwide, helping them discover how to use their spaces to their full potential. We provide
everything from comprehensive design to styling to cover all your needs! 

We're a Full-Service Design Firm Based in Southern California.

About us

Our mission is to provide unique and lovely spaces for life to happen around. No detail is too small! We focus on layering warm woods, patterns and textures to create spaces that feel inviting and reflect your personality. We also love to mix new and vintage pieces so your spaces feel like they have a story to tell. Let us make your house feel like your home!

Our goal is to help you make your home feel beautiful and cool, just like you! 

FRESH flowers
HOT tea
SOFT colors
WARM scents
BELLY laughs
PUPPY kisses

i'm all about 

“Catie really took the time to understand my taste & style--and the reality of our family's lifestyle with teenage boys and dogs”

— Jenifer E-Design Client

Originally from Hershey, PA (where the chocolate is made), Catie moved to Los Angeles in 2008 after graduating from Emerson College with a BA in Media Arts. She worked in Television and Film, most notably on the Hunger Games series. She decided to leave production after the birth of her daughter and has since transitioned her creative and organizational efforts to interior design. Working with clients to create a personalized space that works for their lifestyle is key. 

Catie lives in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA with her husband, their daughter and their rescue dog George. In her free time she can be found listening to podcasts, catching up with friends over cocktails or eating delicious food with her family. 

Catie Rippin

Things I'm into right now

Tequila, Real Housewives, Chai Tea Lattes, Lighting Candles, Flower Arranging

Zoom parties, Short Shorts, Pennies, Matchy-Matchy, Chocolate Ice Cream

Founder, lead Designer

Things I'm over

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That Time My Husband Convinced Me to Get a Secret Door

featured project

Design doesn't have to be stuffy - it can be fun and playful too! See how we took a bit of a risk that fully paid off!