About Boxwood Design Co.
Home design, DIY Projects, and Furniture makeovers
It took years of dreaming, months of planning, but finally, in late 2018, Becky left her corporate job to open Boxwood Design Co.
After years of doing real estate, Becky realized how many people would pass up a great house because it needed work. In most cases, the homebuyers either lacked the vision to see the potential of the home or the ability and time to renovate it. Becky saw this as an opportunity and decided to help fill the void.
Boxwood Design Co has a philosophy that everyone deserves a home that they love, that is both beautiful and functional, no matter your budget. Becky’s designs often repurpose old furniture or include custom-built pieces to fit the needs of her clients.
Let’s create the home of your dreams
How We Can Help You
From our happy customers
with happy repeat clients
“I’ve struggled with what to do with this long, narrow room so I called [Becky] up to do her thing. I’m so in love with the great space she created and the wonderful decorations she added for our family to enjoy! Thanks, Becky!!!”
“Becky is so talented and worked wonders with our wall! We love everything about it! It has come such a long way and we owe it all to her! She is great to work with, easy to work with, and can do anything!!! She is awesome! She even tied in some modern touches without me knowing, along with getting me a wooden beam from a family farm barn! And to think there was never a fireplace there. Thank you, Becky, and Boxwood Design, for making this such a wonderful view to make our home come together! We love it! Let’s just say…I wonder what we want her to do next!”
“A huge thank you to Becky Wark with Boxwood Design and my builders. You made the vision of my dream kitchen a reality. I absolutely love it!!!!”
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