• Eddy

    Eddy grew up in Chicago and moved to Colorado shortly after graduating college.  Worth Interiors came to fruition in the 90’s with the idea that design never follows a specific set of rules.  He likes to utilize unexpected influences in his designs: an organic element within a sleek environment or urban accents in a rustic environment.  Eddy’s signature style tends towards a monochromatic palette with added texture for impact.  Being an artist first, Eddy enjoys to have discovery within his design which comes from the unexpected contrasting textures and accents he utilizes.  He loves to embrace the opportunity to mix different design styles while still coordinating a cohesive sanctuary filled with vivid color, contrasting textures and innovation.

  • Lucy

    Originally Lucy is from New England where she learned to ski real ice.  After graduating from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering she moved to Colorado.  Her love of skiing brought her to the mountains and she has been teaching Ski School at Vail since 1997 – still teaching part-time!  It was on a chair lift ten years ago, that a friend convinced her to make the career change from Engineering to Interior Design, and she has never looked back.  On the slopes, Lucy gets most of her design inspiration: lines carved in the fresh snow, contrasting evergreens and the vast mountain views.  Lucy ultimately gets her design inspiration from her clients. They inspire her to create beautiful and fresh spaces influenced by the mountains all around while still creating perfect harmony with their personal style in mind.

  • Suzanne

    Suzanne grew up in Colorado and has lived here ever since.  She studied political science at CU-Boulder before deciding to pursue a career in Interior Design.  She is currently getting her Masters of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture.  She started working for Worth Interiors three years ago.  Being a family girl, she has stayed in Colorado her whole life enjoying the outdoors.  Suzanne loves to ski in her free time and finds inspiration from being outside and through the natural and ever-changing contrast the environment of Colorado has to offer.  Suzanne loves to play with the juxtaposition of polished lines and natural texture within her designs.