Alissa Ditta, IIDA, NCIDQ has more than 15 years of experience in interior design. She’s worked on projects ranging from a small home to a 300,000 square foot school and everything in between.

Alissa has been interested in design and architecture since she was a child – learning how to read floor plans at the age of six when her parents built a house in Grand Rapids, MI. Her attention to detail can probably be traced back to the hours spent making curtains and seat cushions for her carefully decorated dollhouse.

When she’s not working with clients, you will find her blogging, sewing, cooking, taking pictures, and enjoying beautiful Lake Michigan.

Her work has been featured in Lakeshore Magazine, and on the websites of HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, and on multiple blogs.

Professional Accreditation's:

  • NCIDQ certified, National Council for Interior Design Qualifications
  • Professional member of IIDA, International Interior Design Association
  • LEED AP ID + C Accredited Professional
  • Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design, Michigan State University, 1999