Phara Queen launched her interior design business later in life as she was preparing for an empty nest at home. Wasting no time, she has been recognized for her talents in magazines and on TV.
On this episode, Phara Queen shares her thoughts on how her age has benefited her in pushing people a bit further in their design expectations, how you can get decorating ideas and the all-important connection between experience and design.
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About Our Guest
With a degree in interior design and over 35 years experience, Phara Queen’s expertise is knowing how to design a room by mixing colors, textures, and patterns seamlessly. Phara Queen was chosen as one of the designers in Traditional Home Magazine’s first show house in Dallas, Texas. She was a finalist in HGTV’s 2016 Faces of Design in the Posh Public Spaces category. Recently she was named one of the top 15 interior designers in Oklahoma City. Queen’s work has attracted a variety of celebrities and musicians from across the country, including Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani. Recently she was featured in Traditional Home Magazine’s May/June 2018 issue as a mover and maker in a one page feature article. She has also been published in other high end publications including Southern Living, Travel and Leisure, People, Country Living, Huffington Post, and Oklahoma Magazine.
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