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Susan Matheis, Owner

Susan Matheis earned her Interior Design degree from Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS, where she now serves on the Advisory Board for the Interior Design Program.

Susan has been an interior designer for over 20 years, as well as the Store Manager for a major furniture brand store, where she honed her skills in management, customer service and furniture.

In 2014, Susan opened Coffee Creek Interiors, located at Studio One Sixty in Overland Park.  Studio One Sixty offers clients a beautiful setting for presentations and meetings, as well as a complete library of fabrics and samples.  She believes in creating homes that are beautiful, as well as functional and family friendly.  No one style fits everyone and her favorite opportunity is working with, and helping arrange her clients’ current furnishings, and adding to update their look.

Susan has won several interior design awards, as well as being a guest on podcasts.  She, and her husband, Ric, enjoy playing golf, neighborhood gatherings, and travel.

Richelle Plett, Designer

Richelle has been in the interior design field for over 20 years, beginning with her first job managing the wallpaper side in a paint store, as well as owning an interior design and upholstery studio in the Kansas City area.  Richelle and Susan first met as students in design school.  Richelle’s career path led to a specialization in window treatments and upholstery construction.  With a love for vintage furnishings, Richelle enjoys integrating both family heirlooms and found treasures into her client’s homes, creating a personal touch.  Her mission is to help clients make informed buying decisions and to “furnish forward” with an investment in pieces they will love now, as well as ten years later.

Richelle is excited to be joining Coffee Creek Interiors and looks forward to creating living spaces that are as beautiful as they are comfortable!

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