With a passion for fashion, this New York City born designer was heavily influenced by architecture and interior design. As a child she was taught how to sew by her mother, giving her the foundation she needed to pursue a career in fashion. Natasha Eustache-Garner studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology, after graduating her career took flight. She has eighteen years of design experience as a fashion designer and has worked for such companies as Ralph Lauren, Enyce, Marc Ecko, and Pepe Jeans London.
It was 2006, when she moved to Atlanta, GA where she met and married her husband Dahru Garner. At that time her desire to create aesthetically pleasing interior spaces for friends and family ignited a passion for interior design. In 2010 Natasha Eustache-Garner was diagnosed with breast cancer, which forced her to take a hard look at her career path and reevaluate her life. Encouraged by her husband, she decided to change careers and relied on her love for architecture and interiors. She enrolled in the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, where she earned a degree in Residential Planning.
In 2010, Natasha Eustache-Garner founded Interiors by Natasha. She has transfered her knowledge of design trends, color analysis, fabric selection, creativity in product development, and problem solving and design solutions to her interior design company. “My mission is to capture the essence of my client’s personality and incorporate it into the space being designed. My number one priority is the satisfaction of every client and creating a space that’s functional and uniquely their own.”
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While still fairly new to the industry, Natasha is quickly making an impact and has created a niche in the residential market. Her philosophy is everyone knows what there likes and dislikes are and it’s my job to hone in on their likes and capture it in the aesthetics of a room. She is an ASID student member, an IDS affiliate member and a member of Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC). In her spare time she volunteers at Hands on Atlanta. Her aspiration is to build a body of work and a brand that will position her as an authority in the field of interior design.