Sherry Hayslip is a multi-award-winning interior designer known for her innovative designs and sophisticated style. Entrepreneur, Designer, Writer and Curator of all things evoking beauty and meaning, Sherry brings careful and thoughtful attention to all aspects of her work. Her company’s range of influence spans from residential and commercial interior design to a luxury retail boutique, featuring one-of-a-kind home furnishings, decorative accessories, jewelry, gifts and objets d’art. With a signature style that encases beautiful design with an element of surprise and spontaneity, Hayslip successfully blends a wide array of styles, all while keeping her clients unique set of values and most treasured sentiments at the forefront of her design process.
Her work attracts A-list clientele including major sports team owners, celebrities, art dealers and many other clients recognized by Forbes magazine. She has designed exceptional interiors for her clients around the world from Sonoma, Cape Cod, Mexico, the Caribbean islands and beyond.
Hayslip’s retail boutique is home to many stunning and unique items that have been hand-selected by Sherry throughout her experience and travels around the world. The shop showcases eclectic artifacts from local and international artisans and is a true curation of rare and special pieces difficult to find anywhere else. Her collection can be purchased online as well as in her storefront located at 2604 Fairmount Street in Dallas.
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AWARDS AND AFFILIATIONS
Prominent awards for Hayslip include Interior Designer of the Year at the 26th annual ARTS Awards, Subzero Wolf Kitchen Design Awards and more than 100 other international and national design awards. She has also been featured in Elle Décor, Traditional Home, Modern Luxury, Luxe Interiors & Design, D Home, Texas Home & Living, Better Homes and Garden and more.
Sherry Hayslip is a registered interior designer in Texas and a member of ASID, IIDA, LDC, DLN, Design Trust, NCIDQ and TAID. She graduated from Southern Methodist University with honors and later attended Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and Parsons School of Design in Italy.