ASID Award-Winning Tracy Dunn Design specializes in luxurious design styles that are classic, elegant, and inviting, with an emphasis on comfortable living. She attributes her style to her passion for color and her innate creative ability to juxtapose elements in a unique approach. She loves to mix new and old furnishings with high and low price points, to give an interior a result that appears it was developed over time. “I never want the room(s) to be predictable.”
Tracy was born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and is a second generation native South Floridian. Tracy attended Florida State University, where she received a B.S. degree in the College of Human Sciences majoring in Fashion Merchandising and minoring in Marketing. Buying for 36 Allied Department Stores, Tracy immediately started her career in fashion as a buyer for Ladies Sporstwear. As much as she loved fashion, Tracy was always interested in interiors. She soon realized that the skills that made her a successful buyer in the fashion industry could easily be applied to the world of Interior Design. Tracy believes her business skills of managing several million dollar budgets, project deadlines, and organizational skills are just as important as making creative choices in color, scale, and texture. “It is amazing how many times my fashion sense interlocks with my home design ideas.”
Tracy Dunn Design was formed in 1999. Tracy enjoys working on a variety of projects from comprehensive design with builder to projects focusing on interior furnishings and décor. She looks at each project as a blank canvas, and depending on the clients’ needs and architecture of the space, a mutual concept is formed and executed.
In addition to her Interior Design firm, Tracy is the home design contributing editor for “Think” Magazine: a vibrant cutting edge lifestyle magazine that covers all of South Florida.
Tracy resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with her husband and three children. She has as much passion about interiors as she does her community. She has held numerous leadership and board positions in various children and community organizations as well as school boards.