Vanessa Burt began her Interior Design career with Winford Lindsay in 1986. Since then, the company has changed names three times and has evolved into one of the top firms in Georgia with Vanessa as the lead for the Interior Design Department. Vanessa graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree majoring in Interior Design. Working as an Interior Designer with a full service A&E firm allows Vanessa to work directly on a daily basis with architects and engineers through all phases of a project, giving her a unique perspective and understanding of all disciplines which enables her to better coordinate and refine the Interior Design produced by the LPB Interiors department. Vanessa loves to spend her free time relaxing and having fun with her son and their two labs. Vanessa’s main focus is on the essential or basic aspects of the Interior Design… “The details are not the details. They make the design.” Charles Eames.
James is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Architecture. He is certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification. James joined LPB Interiors in October of 2014. As Creative Director, he is responsible to lead the visionary process, the development of conceptual “Interior Architecture”, FF&E, art and decorative lighting selections, and design of specialty (focal) features and millwork. He has a wide variety of design experience including hospitality, corporate, retail, education and medical. James has been considered one of the lead designers in the optical industry for years and has been recognized by several trade magazines.
James enjoys music, theatre, traveling and great food…with his eyes always on the details at the forefront of design. He takes great pride in listening to his clients and their views and assisting them in bringing their vision to life. “The best designs always come from a true understanding of the client’s objective, budget and goals and working very hard to surpass their expectations.” James Beaty
The goal of a designer is to listen, observe, understand, sympathize, empathize, synthesize, and glean insights that enable him or her to make the invisible visible.
– Hillman Curtis