About our Team

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design’s work has been described as warm, streamlined and comfortable, with his preferred method of design a mix of contemporary and traditional elements. He prefers texture over pattern in the fabrics that are selected, and has experience working either in a more restricted palette and neutral tones, or a mixture of color and pattern. Both are appropriate design options when handled correctly.

Garrison Hullinger – Principal:

I’m a forty-something Interior Designer living in Portland, OR and working with clients in the Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, WA areas.

I take inspiration for design from observing nature, and trends in architecture, interior design and fashion. I’m not a person that implements trendy design but I think it’s important to honor it and keep an eye on it. I’m addicted to Flickr, Facebook and many, many design blogs.

I have a love for color and the name of my design firm is Garrison Hullinger | Interior Design. My home is a testament to my craving for color.


Nicole Copko – Associate Designer:

Nicole began working with GH Interior Design in 2010 and brings a great sense of style and ability to add some panache to our projects. From an early age, Nicole has been passionate about design and has taken an interest in floor plans, textiles, and overall interior aesthetics. Nicole has been working in residential design for the past three years and has enjoyed the wide spectrum of projects this line of work provides.

Lisa Luchaco – Associate Designer:

Lisa has a great eye for bringing a fresh and broad depth of selections to our projects. Lisa previously worked for Ankrom Moisan Associated Architects in their Interior Design department. The transition to residential design has been one that she says allows her to be more personal and to add a detail of satisfaction for the clients when working on projects for their home.



§ 4 Responses to About our Team

  • Sara Paul says:

    I went to your website from retrorenovation.com Your style is timeless and cohesive. And I’m glad you care about getting the “right” color of brown. As a Realtor and color/architecture geek I wish you the best of luck. Just wish more people would pay more attention to the decor of their homes; would be easier to sell them for sure!

    • Garrison says:

      @Sara, thanks so much for taking time to stop by and leave a comment. So glad you loved our style. We are so very blessed to be working with such wonderful and particular clients. Striving to help one homeowner at a time get rid of that horrible/dreadful contractor beige…best of luck in your endeavors, drop by for updates to our blog and portfolio.

  • Laurie Harquail says:

    Hey Garrison!

    So happy to see you have bust out! You’re sooooooo talented!

    Best to you and hope to see you soon.

    Laurie Harquail

    • Laurie!!! Hi, thanks so much for coming by and checking the firm.

      Would love the chance to work with you again, I still owe a lot of credit to you in helping ‘push’ me into to doing this on my own. I’ll never forget your comments the first time you walked thru our house…I was so confused; not knowing if you liked what you were seeing or if you thought I had lost my mind…then to find out you loved what I was doing and to hook me up with the creative director and styling the shots for the catalogue…things have grown quickly the past year and we are so very happy to have such great clients! Hope things are well for you! Would love to see you and say hi!

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