Diane Agricola is Cincinnati’s design guru. She’s the owner of Agricola Redesign and is a certified master trainer for the Association of Design Education (ADE) and the Decorating and Staging Academy (DSA). Additionally, Agricola is an active member of the American Society of Interior Design and the Real Estate and Staging Association.
For the last 15 years, Agricola and her team at Agricola Redesign have been providing clients at their full-service design firm. Today, she specializes in design, redesign, staging, color and design training.
“[We’ve] been breathing new life into homes and offices while serving residential and commercial clients in the Greater Cincinnati area,” explains Agricola. “Agricola Redesign’s unique design process creates highly functional spaces in a way that is both cost-effective and environmentally friendly.’
When you join forces with Agricola and her award-winning team—comprised of Agricola, Ramona LaChapelle, Amy Euller and Sherri Margraf— they carefully listen to not only what you need, but take your wants into consideration as well in order to tailor a design that incorporates your existing furniture and accessories to give you a space that’s HGTV-worthy.
“If you’re looking to create the home of your dreams or a welcoming and productive workplace, we have the resources available to fit your needs,” she says. The goal for Agricola and Agricola Redesign, she says, is to discover the home you’ve always wanted inside the home you already have.
Agricola does what she can to ensure that her clients are satisfied with the redesign of their homes or offices. To read about how happy her customers are, click here.
In addition to her design studio, Agricola Redesign’s Agricola Redesign Training Specialist (ARTS) training offers two unique design classes at the Glendale training facility. Agricola says the three-day course gives students time inside the redesign firm to work with other students. “This course provides students with the opportunity to work in the homes of actual clients with me,” Agricola explains. “Our class size is limited to an exclusive group of four adults for each session.”
Following the completion of the three-day course, students walk away with knowledge and inspiration for their future design projects. For those who want to go a little more in-depth in their training, there’s a five-day training program to provide fundamental knowledge regarding the process and principles of interior redesign and home staging.
The knowledge is gained through a combination of classroom sessions, hands-on application, visual aids and student interaction, says Agricola. “The ultimate goal is to enable you to establish your own redesign and staging company,” she adds.
Just like the three-day program, the five-day course is also limited to an exclusive group of four adults for each session.
Both of the programs taught by Agricola include not only the lessons learned, but one-year memberships to the DSA and ADE as well as continued mentoring with Agricola herself.
As if it didn’t seem like Agricola was busy enough, she runs A Village Gift Shop at the Century House. Agricola says Century House allows her to bring a fresh design eye to the exclusive products sold at the store.
Featured brands at A Village Gift Shop at the Century House include local and national names such as Alex and Ani, Chart Metal Works, Cloister Honey, Ella B, Fashionable, Hobo, La Crema Coffee, Maruca Design, Pomegranate Moon, Rookwood Pottery and Swan Creek Candles.
To learn more about Agricola and her business Agricola Redesign, as well as the ARTS training classes, visit www.agricolaredesign.com. You can also call the store at 513-771-3927.
Agricola Redesign is located at 3 Village Square in Historic Glendale. Additionally, Agricola owns another store, A Village Gift Shop at the Century House, also in Glendale. If you’re lucky, you may be able to catch Agricola as she goes between appointments with clients.
To learn more about A Village Gift Shop, visit http://avillagegift.com. For design tips from Agricola, check out her past articles on Cincy Chic by clicking here.