enzy design, LLC
enzy design is a full-service interior design firm serving Salt Lake City, Park City, and surrounding areas.
Interior design is more than fabric and colors. Design significantly impacts the health, safety, and well-being of the user. Interior Design is a process that involves combining a knowledge of space-planning, construction, and building codes with an artistic instinct, to form a complete idea. We can make your overall experience easier and more cost-effective, and in the end you’ll have a beautiful, functional space that is everything you wanted and more.
enzy design can provide detailed CAD floor plans, elevations, renderings, lighting plans, permit drawings - whatever is needed to clearly communicate the design details. We will guide you through the selection of all materials, fixtures, and finishes so you can be assured that everything will work together. The final result will be a functional, attractive, and timeless plan designed for YOU.
Design packages are flexible, based on your needs. Whether you simply want a consultant to point you in the right direction, or someone to manage the entire project, enzy design can help.
Nicole Zeigler, ASID, NCIDQ, CKBR
Nicole founded enzy design in 2008, after working in the design & remodeling industry for over 10 years. She has a BA in Interior Design from Michigan State University, is NCIDQ certified, and is the current Past-President of the Intermountain Chapter of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers). Her specialties include Kitchen & Bathroom design, Remodeling, and Interior Space Planning. She was featured in the Spring 2013 edition of Utah Style & Design, won the ASID Annual Design Award in Fall 2012, and has received several other awards and recognition in the past.
Lacy graduated with a BA in Interior Design from Weber State University in 2005. With over 8 years of experience in new construction and remodels, Lacy has honed her skills as a designer and developed a great understanding of how to design for each client's taste and budget.
Organization, resourcing new materials and furniture selection are some of Lacy’s strong assets she brings to enzy design.