Color is just the beginning for Jody Myers-Fierz, owner and founder of Color Concept Theory in Westport and Bethel, CT. She brings with her years of experience in New York and Connecticut, and a wealth of knowledge about the latest environmentally friendly and energy efficient approaches to design. “My approach is to create spaces unique to each client’s personality and style,” says Myers-Fierz. “I like to push the boundaries, adding life and color to every room.”
What was your inspiration for becoming a designer?
I always loved space planning and had an obsession with color, pattern and texture. I love competing with myself on every project to see how much further I can take a design and bring it to its fullest potential.
Colors you love now?
I love purples. They are so rich and soothing. Purples bring instant tranquility to any space.
What materials do you like to work with most?
I love fabrics! They have texture, bold or subtle patterns and unlimited colors. They’re the foundation of every room design.
What are your top three design rules?
If you don’t love it, then don’t buy it. I’d rather a client take baby steps when investing in expensive furniture pieces then buy less quality and regret it later. Take a chance when designing a space. You get better results in the end. The risk equals the reward.
If you could design a home anywhere, where would it be?
I have designed on both coasts and in a variety of styles but would jump at the opportunity to design a ranch in Texas.
Color Concept Theory
27 Imperial Ave., Westport, CT