• Tile Tuesday FOR REAL! Yes your eyes are probably darting all over this room from the green on green ceiling to those fabulous bubblegum pink chairs but take a gander at the intricate tile those floor have taken on!! I mean seriously.... unreal! 
Source: Pinterest ❤️ (unkown) 
#tiletuesday #myprintz
  • Weekend brunch anyone? ☕️ #davidbeckham 
Photo: @intothegloss
  • The home of @jonathanadler and his attention to detail is a major source of inspo. 🙌🏻 Any favorite pieces in this room??
  • Kind of on that simple vibe lately... with a dash of sprinkley surprise. 😉
Here’s to a fabulous cake that caught my eye. 
Photo: Pinterest ✨
  • Simplicity in the details. 👌🏻 Photo:Pinterest! (DM if you know the source)
  • Who is a sucker for throw pillows?! 🙋🏼‍♀️If that is you... We have a post you might enjoy 😉 Janelle over at @burnettbungalow is often asked the question, “how do you mix pillows” and she’s answered it with five easy tips on the Printz Journal (Link in bio 👆🏼). So get your pillow party on and check out her fabulous post! 😊 
Photo: @urbanoutfittershome
  • Happy #tiletuesday friends! How fabulous is this bathroom! Is anyone else loving this strip of green tile?! 😍  Photo/design: @jeffmindell @studiodiy ✨
  • So here’s a fun one! A MAXIMALIST Parisian apartment tour. New on the Printz journal 🤗 This room doesn’t even begin to reveal the pink, purple, lime, leopard print explosion in the rest of Marie’s (aka @thevelvetjungle) bold, jaw dropping studio apartment. So click the link in our bio and drop a comment below about your favorite item in one of her rooms (like a mini game of eye-spy). ✨
  • As @xasmin_interiors would say happy pre-Friday! Already gearing up for late morning coffee and doughnuts. 🍩 Do you have any weekend rituals? 
Fun and photo by: @aisportraits 🙃
  • Mesmerizing dreamy colors melding together in an elegant sort of Moroccan sherbet type way. Anyone else digging this sophisticated color explosion? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀
Check out @daniel_hopwood ✨

Printz Story


It all began in my purple bedroom–a constant movement of furniture, reorganizing and replacement of items. Soon, my chronic rearranging syndrome spilled into other rooms of my parent’s home. Overflowing creativity led to stapling fabric to the ceiling and painting a 12-foot wall in our living room. I embarked on each project with a “do first, ask for permission when finished” determination.

My parents either felt a sense of relief or (the unlikely option) loss of their very own in-home decorator when I left for college. While they lost my design tornado that tore through rooms at home, I certainly didn’t leave it behind. I worked at West Elm furniture store while attending school in New York. I LOVED this job. Not only did I get to design displays in the store, I helped match colors, pick out furniture and fix design problems.

Customers would come into the store asking questions like, “how do I position my furniture?”, “does this color match?”, “What size rug should I buy?”…These design challenges sparked a curiosity deep inside of me. I knew that with advancing visual technology and virtual communication there had to be a way to help people design spaces without the expense of hiring an interior designer.

We end up moving into a room, apartment or home at some point, faced with questions similar to ones above. With the right guidance, I believe anyone has the capability to create their own, inspired space.




Why should I design my space?

Design has the remarkable ability to change your mood, capture your eye and make you more productive. We will provide you the tools and guidance to make it happen!

Why did you name your company Printz?

The principal of empowerment, in this case, to design a room yourself, came from my grandmother Printz, which is also my middle name! In addition, it’s my absolute favorite aspect of interior design, scouring for the perfect fabric pattern or print.

Where did Printz start?

Printz started out of Boston University, where I currently attend college. My goal is to bring the inspiration of interior design and easy to use technology to life so you can easily design your space.


Thanks for dropping by! My hope is that something here resonates with you. Whether it’s the story of following your passion or excitement of easily bringing design to your space.


Get your design on.













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