When Casey Keasler was about 10 years old her parents built a house on her grandparents 40 acre farm. She was able to tag along during the whole process. That experience sparked a passion for design that would continue to evolve even while Casey was working in the design industry.
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Casey graduated from University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design with a Bachelor of Science in Interiors.
Worked in the interior design industry while living in New York, DC, Chicago, Denver and is now in Portland.
Worked at Tanner Goods and helped design and install their Portland and LA store, giving her a new passion for a more hands on approach to design. (Pictured above.)
Started and is now building a brand called Casework.
Mistake Learned From
"Measure twice cute once!"
"It is good to have an end to your journey; but it is the journey that matters, in the end." - Ernest Hemingway
One Trend That She Loves
Not so much
Karate chopping pillows. (Haha!)
Balance - working 70-80 hours a week (while loving it) but needing to find time for friends
One Piece of Advice
In life - Trust your instincts
In design - Have a reason for everything you do
The Architecture of Happiness - by Alain De Botton
Someone who wants to be involved in the process. Environments should be an extension of a personality so she needs to be able to see their story and their personality.