Faye Fentin is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Design (ASID) and a Certified Aging in Place Specialist. Whether updating a room or implementing all aspects of a new or remodeled home or office, she approaches each project with fresh energy and creative thinking. For large projects, Faye guides clients through the complex process of planning, design, permitting, contract negotiations, construction, finishes and furnishings installation.
Faye’s ability to conceive and execute design plans with harmonized pallets of color, texture and light, enhanced by carefully selected objects, make her a sought after and respected designer.
Recognized for her creative and pragmatic approach, Faye’s work has been featured in San Diego Home and Garden, Union-Tribune Coastal Homes, and Décor and Style magazine.
Faye received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in Interior and Graphic Design. She is an active member of the ASID, served as Director of Membership for the San Diego chapter and was a founding member of the Designed for Life committee. Over the years, her involvement on the Eco-Committee has fostered industry-wide awareness of sustainable design solutions. Faye teaches Business Practices at San Diego Design Institute, ensuring that future designers are well prepared for work beyond the classroom.