What is JOY HOME INTERIORS all about?

At Joy Home Interiors we believe that great design should be accessible to everyone.

We believe your home should be full of your personality and that you deserve to live in a home that is as unique as you are.  Your home is not only the things that surround you but also how they make you feel. Loving the space you live in does matter. 

Joy Home Interiors is here to help you tell your design story and transform your space from a place where you live, into a space that brings you JOY.

We also understand life gets busy and that's why we developed our "Design your Dream Space in 4 easy steps" method, providing you the tools to achieve your dream space in your own time, within your budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo by Katie Constans

Photo by Katie Constans

To get in touch, please use our contact page and let's meet for our 30 minute complimentary consultation and start working on your dream space. 

Who is Libby Mansour?

Libby, creative director and founder of Joy Home Interiors, loves people and design. Originally from Australia, Libby now calls Seattle home.

After moving to Seattle in 2014 with her husband and 2 young sons, Libby took a career break from working in Film & Television Production. As a long time interior design junkie and in need of creative stimulation, Libby went back to school to study Interior Design at the New York Institute of Art & Design. It wasn't long before Libby realized Interior Design was more than just an interest and Joy Home Interiors was founded.

The company name was easy to decide on! Libby is the third generation of women in her family with the middle name Joy.  Esme Joy is 100 and still full of Joy! And Joy is the perfect way to describe how your home should make you feel. 

Libby's love of design is broad and she is adaptable to any style and loves working with clients to define their personal design style. With her extensive background in Film & Television Production, Finance and Management, Libby is great at creating amazing visual outcomes within budgets.

 
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