Meet the Team

Your Vision, Our Expertise

A Proudly Women-Owned Business

At Statements for the Home, we're dedicated to transforming your vision into reality. Our goal is to help you craft a living space that not only captivates with its beauty but also enhances your daily life.

Statements for the Home is proud to be woman-owned and operated. Our team understands the power of collaboration and the importance of details. Together, we'll make your design dreams come true.

Julie Nichols

Julie Nichols is a revered name in interior design, with over 45 years of experience as the owner and senior designer of Statements for the Home. Her journey began with assisting her husband on projects and evolved into a career marked by iconic designs like the Oaklawn Jockey Club and Carousel Terrace. Renowned for her color expertise and signature style, Julie's approach revolves around understanding her clients' unique vision and lifestyle. Notable projects span across Arkansas and beyond, with recent highlights including The Reserve and The Legacy. Julie's unwavering commitment to excellence continues to define her as a visionary in the industry.

Ashley Campbell

Ashley Campbell Carter, a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a degree in interior design, joined Statements for the Home as a design assistant in 2003. Quickly recognized for her talents, she became a part owner in 2004. Proficient in AutoCAD drawings and floor plans, Ashley specializes in remodeling projects and is an expert in Hunter Douglas window treatments. She excels at coordinating with subcontractors to ensure seamless execution, bringing clients' visions to life with precision and flair.

Amy Porter

Amy Porter is an interior design consultant at Statements for the Home. For Amy, the interior design world is a family affair, as she grew up in the business. With over 25 years of professional design experience, Amy has collaborated on countless residential and commercial projects. Her style can be described as modern-traditional with a vintage flair and a healthy twist of fun! One of Amy's more unique undertakings was a Mid-America Science Museum project in which she fabricated a living room plucked straight out of July 1969 to commemorate Apollo 11's landing on the moon. The scene depicted an all-American family watching Neil and Buzz make history.

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