With an aesthetic eye for high-end furnishings, textiles, woods, metals, bright whites and an impeccable attention to detail- this combination is what creates Mallory’s beautifully clean, sophisticated, and eclectic design style. Along with design, Mallory has a fond love of traveling and photography and often her designs are inspired from the influence of other cultures she has visited.
Mallory, owner and founder of TIMBER+twill, provides interior design services, one of a kind (hand-made) furniture, and customized home decor. She is passionate about making your space feel cozily curated and can’t wait to make all your home dreams come true!
Heavily influenced in the design world from a young age, Mallory comes from a long line of design. Being enveloped in the design world, it was easy for her to grow a love for all things design. Working hard at her craft and learning fundamentals of good design with a formal education.
Mallory’s impressive education includes Degrees from
Art and Design emphasis on Visual Communication degree from Utah Valley University
Interior Designer’s Institute in Newport Beach, California studying Interior Design and Home Staging
and is currently finishing up a double major in Interior Design and Professional Sales (with a minor in Construction Management) from Weber State University.
her work experience includes
ezra lee design+ build, a custom high-end hoMe and commercial builder- assistant designer
humphrey’s- HPA Design group- commercial design, student and multi-family residences- interior design intern
The Room Co- a residential design firm- interior designer and marketing manager
modsy- an online interior design services- Interior stylist, e renderings
She loves projects, millwork, and DIY challenges. She believes that good design doesn’t have to break the bank. Thus, TIMBER+twill was born to create affordably curated home decor.
When she’s not busy designing homes for clients, she is lovingly making new designs and decor with your home in mind!
Mallory recently has gained national recognition and awards, placing third, for her innovative resimertial (residential/commercial) designs with Formica's FORM Competition. She also will appear as a design contestant for TLC’s Training Spaces 2.0 Web series set to air this spring.