Rosalind Brinn Pope, ASID
An Intrepid Spirit
A native of Durham, North Carolina, Rosalind earned a B.S. in Interior Design from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. As a member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Rosalind belongs to the country’s oldest and most prestigious professional association for Interior Designers.
During her more than 25 years experience, Rosalind spent her formative years as a young designer under the tutelage of some of the most renowned interior designers in North Carolina before venturing out on her own. With her roots firmly planted in Southern traditions and a love for English and French antiques and design, Rosalind moved to Indianapolis in the 1990s, where she has become one of the region’s most highly sought-after interior designers. Of course, Rosalind does not limit her design services to the Indianapolis area. For special projects, she will provide her services nationally. Indeed, she has completed and continues to work on projects located in Virginia, Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina.
For many years, in addition to her busy interior design business, Rosalind owned and operated an interior specialty shop, The Pear Tree, featuring fine furniture and lamps, linens and objet trouvé.
Rosalind’s design aesthetic is timelessly classical, influenced by fresh
ideas, her Southern roots and each client’s individual style. She understands that inspired interiors are much more than a collection of furniture, fabric and “things.”
“A well-designed space, while always functional and comfortable, must blend seamlessly into the lives of its inhabitants and, importantly, evoke a feeling that reflects the character of each client.”
Rosalind’s interiors feel like they have developed organically over time, featuring sumptuous fabrics, plump pillows and treasured pieces to be handed down through generations.