Nicole S. Ingram
Nicole Ingram is the Owner and Principal Interior Designer for Stacy Nicole Interior Design & Furnishings, Inc. in Hagerstown. She currently serves as President of the Washington County Commission for Women, is a member of the new Washington County Public Schools Diversity Coalition, is a Court Appointed Special Advocates of Washington County (CASA), and is a member of the Washington, D.C. Junior League.
Nicole is a self-described Caribbean born and American raised educator, a family therapist through training, event designer by skill, philanthropist by grace, and an interior designer by trade. She is an Allied Member of American Society of Interior Designers, (ASID), an Associate Member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA), and a member of the Network of Executives of Women in Hospitality (NEWH). However, she is most recognized as a sophisticated interior designer. Her design visions for space are both captivating and warm. Stacy brings a fresh mix of Caribbean flavor with classic style, and an emphasis on placement of light, proper scale, and architecture. Having experience as a therapist, is an appropriate prerequisite for becoming an interior designer. It can be concluded that Nicole clearly thought through the process before making a decision about her career options. She is also a master at multi-tasking, juggling her career, family, and her faith. Nicole cheerfully takes it all in stride as she utilizes her interior design talent as an escape to the world of all things beautiful.
Her knowledge and sense of style has made her one of the most sought after designers in Maryland and surrounding areas. While attending Florida State University, where she majored in Family and Child Consumer Sciences, and Child Development, Nicole established a successful Event Planning in business in Tallahassee, FL. She later attended Lanier Technical College, where she advanced her knowledge of interior design eventually starting her interior design firm.