• Meet The Designers

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    When you embark on a design project, you definitely want to work with someone who “gets” you and your vision for the new space, someone you can trust to act as your advocate with vendors and someone you’d look forward to talking with time and again. That’s exactly who you get when you work with the team of designers at At Home and Company. Our clients regularly stay with us from project to project, house to house and even state to state. We work to earn your trust and friendship so you can feel good about the process and the final outcome. Get to know a few of our designers below, view our portfolio to see some of their work, or take a look at some of our completed projects on Houzz.com.

    Suzanne Haugland


    suzanneFor 25 years, At Home and Co. owner, Suzanne Haugland, has had her finger on the pulse of interior design. Her clientele stretches from Arizona to Boston, but most hail from Minnesota, where she first began her career at The Accessory Collection. Two name changes later, Suzanne still runs the 50th & France boutique, which you now know as At Home and Co. Suzanne believes that good design reflects the lifestyle and desire of the client—not of the designer. Her exceptional work has been published in books and magazines nationwide.

    Tim Ricker


    Tim Richter Interior Designer at At Home and CoTim always knew what he wanted to do when he “grew up.” Since the age of 10, when he saved his allowance for items to decorate his bedroom, he’s been drawn to design. Tim comes to interior design naturally, but it’s also his second career after marketing. Now with 15 years in the business, he is truly steeped in the art. Tim has designed homes throughout the U.S. and is inspired by everything from fashion to the environment, but one theme runs strong: achieving the ultimate

    balance of his clients’ wants and needs.

    Mollie Loechler


    Mollie Interior Designer at At Home and CoAlways eager to get involved with a project, Mollie comes to At Home and Co. from Ethan Allen’s as an interior designer, and the International Design Center. She has 12 years experience as an interior designer. Mollie describes her style as “romantically traditional,” with an emphasis on lush fabrics, fringe and rich woods. But when working on a client’s space, she comes to them for inspiration, incorporating their favorite piece—a pillow, piece of art or textile— into the room. Accessorizing is Mollie’s specialty; she’ll leave nothing untouched.

    Timothy Briscoe


    Timothy Brisco, interior designer at At Home and CompanyBorn and raised in Minnesota, Timothy’s eye for design stemmed early on from his dad’s interest in antiquing. He moved to Washington D.C. where he spent a large portion of his career in luxury design and had his work published. A majority of D.C.’s residents have small homes, Timothy had the challenge of balancing function and aesthetics and shares his insight with our clients. Timothy’s experience in luxuriant, fashion-forward design seems to be the main driver behind his creations.


    Amy Westerberg


    Amy, interior designer at At Home and CompanyWith over 20 years of experience in the field, Amy brings to At Home and Co. a wide spectrum of design expertise. From new construction to interior styling, Amy’s ability to determine client’s needs and understand their design aesthetic gives her an edge to create beautiful spaces that are unique to each. She feels it imperative that her clients are left with a space that reflects their lifestyle. Amy leaves each space with no detail overlooked.




    ben-webBentley is a bearded collie and belongs to the owner, Suzanne. Bentley is originally from England (Wales) and he barks with an accent. Since he was 8 weeks old he has been coming to work with his mom everyday and runs in the door to greet everyone. He likes to take a stroll around 50th & France and soak up all the attention he can, along with greeting our customers that come into our store. Bentley has frequent visitors in the area that love to come and see him and bring him treats. He is our “meeter and greeter!”