Transforming a space into your dream home requires an experienced interior designer that will not only elevate your ideas and push your design boundaries to inspiring places, but also one that can execute those ideas so they come to fruition. 

That dream home is beautiful, but –most important– it is meaningful to you. We‘ll use your art collection, that vase you found in Italy, or we’ll scour antique auctions to find the perfect pieces for your home – creating layered, one-of-a-kind, meaningful spaces.

Our personalized 6-step approach of working with clients collaboratively from beginning to end ensures a completely customized space that represents you and supports the life you want. 

We offer personalized interior design, kitchen and bathroom remodeling, custom home furnishing, and much more to homeowners in Austin, Texas, and the surrounding areas

Sarah Stacey


Those who know me well might say that I am a wanderlust. My favorite memories have been formed while exploring far-flung places—from staying with monks in the mountains of Japan to canoeing the Dordogne River in France to exploring the Catalan Modernism architecture of Barcelona, Spain. 

One of the best things about being a designer is that I get to put those tendencies to work. Instead of physically traveling to some other place, I explore the darkest corners of auction houses and antique stores for a one-of-a-kind sideboard, travel across the country to see what is new in tile and furnishings, and scour stacks magazines (new and old) to create what’s next for color, patterns, and furnishings.  

I discovered that interior design was my calling when I built my first home in South Louisiana.  Eventually, I put my successful career in advertising in the rear view and landed in design school where I discovered not only a nerdy joy for color theory, but also the vibrant, creative city of Austin, Texas that has been my home for over a decade.  

I am a creator who thrives on collaboration – I look for clients who want to be a partner in my design wanderlust, share ideas and discover what’s beautiful out there.  

When I am not spending time with my toddler, I volunteer in the archive department the Bastrop County Historical Society Museum, where I assist in archiving vintage and antique textiles. 

A proud supporter of Central Texas’ art community, I’ve served on the Board of Directors for the Rude Mechanicals, a ground-breaking ensemble-based theater collective based in East Austin. 



Sarah Capps


Sarah Capps

Designer and Project Manager 

Sarah Capps, a visual-artist-cum-designer, believes that beautiful spaces inspire people to live their best lives. She joins the SSID team after five years of working with high-end firms in luxury residential design in Nashville, Tennessee. 

A born problem-solver, Sarah uses design to help people solve everyday problems encountered in their homes. Pulling from her visual arts background and BFA from O’More College of Design, Capps approaches every interior design project with a keen awareness of composition, form, and color. With excellent taste and an even better eye, Sarah makes thoughtful selections and produces gorgeous renderings. She has quickly become an indispensable asset to the SSID team. 

When she isn’t designing or managing projects for SSID, Sarah spends her time cooking, antiquing, and kayaking. On the weekends, you can often find her cozying up by a bonfire with her husband and pittie in the company of family and friends.


Jessica Rains


As a former coordinator for Interscope Records, Jessica’s creative eye was developed in the company of literal rock stars.

While generating album concepts for artists such as Beck, Gwen Stefani, 50 Cent, and others, Jessica worked with photographers, stylists, and designers to turn creative ideas into eye-catching visuals. From there, it was off to the world of indie films for Jessica, where she worked as a production designer and wardrobe stylist. After moving to Austin from the west coast, Jessica launched her own wardrobe consulting company, and eventually lent her design expertise to corporate and lifestyle event planning.

At Sarah Stacey Interior Design, Jessica works with clients to find just the right accessories to reflect their personality and interests, while beautifully complementing a space’s larger design. You can often find Jessica combing Etsy and Ebay, tracking down a gem from a private estate seller, or exploring small-town antique stores for pieces that her clients have an instant connection with.