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Design Factory Interiors is an approachable, full-service residential + commercial design firm based in Kitchener-Waterloo. Our thoughtfully designed interiors truly reflect the families within them. We care about your project as though it's our own.


We truly believe that the interior design process should be seamless, stress-free and, dare we even say, fun. We have a tried and true process that removes the guessing games and uncertainty, keeping you in the loop during the process. 


Our services range from one-time consultations to complete full-service design. 

Not sure how to get started? Take a look at our process page, fill out our intake form, and we will send over our investment guide.  This guide reviews the commonly asked questions, design deliverables, and what to expect when working with us.

hi, i'm Shannon...

Design Factory Interiors was born after a typical afternoon pep talk with Shannon’s beloved grandfather soon after she graduated design school. Creator + principle designer of DF Interiors, Shannon is known for creating classic, bright spaces, playing devils advocate, saving marriages and keeping it real since 2011.


Born and raised in Kitchener-Waterloo, her passion for charming homes runs deep. She has always been a creative soul, brought up in a century home in Victoria Park. Whether oil painting, sewing suits for high-end local executives, refinishing furniture at the family cottage with her dad, or developing film in the high school dark room, Shannon was destined for a creative career. 


With a keen eye for detail and a love for mixing old and new, Shannon brings a modern yet timeless sensibility to her designs. Her fun and down-to-earth approach wins her clients over and often results in late afternoon meetings with wine.

When Shannon is not creating approachable, authentic designs for her clients, you can find her gardening, eating chips, listening to oldies, sitting at the end of the dock at the cottage or renovating her century home with her hubby and little guy, Finn.

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