Principal Designer + CEO
Annie is a recovering art historian who developed her eye and aesthetic sensibilities studying 20th-century art and working in some of the nation’s top museums.
Annie graduated from Milton Academy and studied English and Art History at the University of Pennsylvania. She went on to earn an M.A. in Art History from Williams College. Her career in museums included an internship at New York’s Museum of Modern Art and senior positions at Philadelphia’s Rosenbach Museum & Library, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Smithsonian.
After coursework at the Corcoran College of Art + Design (now part of GW University), she took her love of art and color – and her training in matters of scale, balance, and proportion – and made the shift to interior design.
An Associate Member of ASID, the American Society of Interior Designers, Annie’s design work and insights have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Washingtonian, Better Homes & Gardens, HGTV Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and other local and national publications. NBC4 recently aired a segment about Annie and an interior design project AED did 100% remotely during COVID.
Annie lives in Woodley Park with her husband, twin daughters, dog, and turtle (who doesn’t say much, but she’s a riot at parties). Her favorite color used to be yellow, but now it’s grassy green.
AMY OLIVER BEAUPRÉ
With an English degree from Wellesley College and an M.A. in Art History from Williams College, Amy has more than 20 years of professional experience as an art historian, fine art appraiser, and interior design consultant.
She developed a love for the historic homes of the South and New England during a youth spent in both Louisiana and Vermont. Amy’s design philosophy is that cheerful, inviting interior spaces can be achieved with smart planning, strategic purchasing, and adding the personal elements that bring character and soul to your home.
Amy and her husband, two teenagers, and pug live in Takoma Park. Her favorite color is Robin’s egg blue.
Lauren is a D.C. transplant who holds her BFA in Interior Design from Maryville University of St. Louis.
She loves the comfort of traditional architecture paired with contemporary interiors. As Junior Designer, she assists and collaborates with the team on finish selections, sourcing furniture, installations, drafting floorplans, and creating 3D drawings.
Lauren lives in Downtown Silver Spring with her significant other and her cat. Her favorite color is eucalyptus green.
After studying art history at Brown University and decorative art at the Bard Graduate Center, Leigh established a 20-year career in the DC auction world.
As long-time Director of European Furniture and Decorative Arts at Weschler’s and Decorative Arts Specialist at The Potomack Company, Leigh’s hands-on experience with antiques has given her an appreciation for quality in construction and design, as well as a severe allergy to particleboard.
Leigh lives in AU Park with her husband, daughter and two foster-fail cats. Her favorite color is raspberry pink.
Manager of Finance
After receiving a BS in Apparel and Merchandising from Colorado State University, Stasia earned an MS in Computer Information Technology from Regis University and became a systems analyst.
In 2011, Stasia joined Stemper & Associates, a business consulting and financial management firm for interior designers. She has been working with Annie and her team for more than seven years and has contributed mightily to the firm’s growth.
Stasia lives in Centennial, Colorado with her husband, daughter, son, and crazy but loveable Greater Swiss Mountain Dog. Her favorite color is Caribbean Sea blue.
Originally from Maryland, Karen specializes in project management, order processing, and expediting.
Through Stemper and Associates, which she joined in 2015, Karen works with all members of the Annie Elliott Design team to place complicated, multi-level product orders and track merchandise on its journey from manufacturer to receiver to client.
Karen lives with her husband outside of Denver, Colorado, and together, they spend a lot of time with their three grown children. Her favorite color is purple.
Sherry, an award-winning journalist, has more than 15 years’ experience in the local and national publication and media industries.
Prior to launching her publicity firm, MoKi Media, in 2009, Sherry was Editor-in-Chief of Capitol File magazine, Editorial Director at Washington Spaces magazine, and Real Estate/Homes Editor at The Gazette, a Post Newsweek Company. Please contact Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org with press inquiries.
Sherry lives outside Washington, D.C. with her family. Her favorite color is MoKi teal.
Tilly joined the team in early 2016.
She is President (and sole member) of the Welcoming Committee, greeting all visitors with enthusiasm and joy. She is an invaluable team member despite her intensive napping schedule.
Tilly lives in Woodley Park with her family. Her favorite color is treat.