Our full-service interior design firm designs and furnishes residences, hospitality spaces, and commercial properties. We work throughout the Northwest, and would be pleased to travel wherever your project may be. Angela Todd Studios is one of the top designers in the stunning Pacific Northwest area of the Oregon Coast.
Combining both her expertise in interior design and architecture, Angela Todd and her team handle all of their clients’ interior design, remodeling, and building needs. As a national and local award-winning interior designer, Angela Todd has been featured in numerous Oregon publications, including Oregon Home Magazine, The Oregonian, Explore the Pearl Magazine, as well as Portland show tours such as the NW Natural Street of Dreams and the Better Living Show. Aside from her many published features, Angela has also made various TV and radio show appearances, including Around the House with Handyman Bob, The Design Angle with Angela Todd, Better TV Portland, and Tualatin Valley Television — often working with world-class builders, artisans, and celebrity clients.
Angela Todd continues to educate herself, taking part in local design and building groups. Most recently having membership in the National Association Home Buildings, Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland (serving two years on the Board of Directors), and Portland Remodelers Organizations.
Her strong presence in such groups serve her clients well, as Angela stays on tops of the latest design, architecture, and building trends that are most beneficial to Oregon Coast homes.
Angela Todd’s long-time experience in design and architecture is further enhanced by her previous work in operations, sales, and marketing. Angela appreciates her time in the business-centric world as it gave her incredible insight to the other side of design: establishing systems, schedules and processes, timelines, and quality assurance. These fundamentals, when paired with her 6th sense for color, texture, and quality, result in luxury Oregon Coast homes that merge interior aesthetics with architectural and Pacific Northwest qualities.