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theresa butler

founder, principle designer

Theresa Butler Interiors strives to design unique interiors that will have a positive impact on clients’ lives.  With more than twenty years of experience, owner Theresa Butler possesses an innate desire to create and design interiors that exceed expectations.  With an eye for quality, a superior sense of style and a client-centered approach to business, Theresa has established herself as an innovative designer.  She offers a balance of creativity, collaboration and forward thinking with a structured, organized and detailed approach that results in focused development, follow through and total completion to each aspect of the design.


Great designs, whether in personal spaces or commercial properties, begin with a comprehensive understanding of a client’s needs and expectations.  Theresa’s ability to develop client relationships based on respect, trust, and confidence has been the key to her success as a designer.  Skilled at creating beautiful designs under a variety of budgets, styles, timeframes, and requirements, Theresa guides her clients through every phase of the design process.  She remains committed to cultivating valued relationships and helping clients achieve the best version of their overall vision.


Theresa lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Her talent has been featured in, and on CNN/HLN Project Home. In her spare time, Theresa enjoys spending time with her husband, tennis, making pottery, as well and traveling worldwide for experiences and inspiration.

evangela rodgers

design assistant 

Helping with product ordering, installations and client projects are Evangela’s key responsibilities as design assistant at Theresa Butler Interiors. Since joining the team, she has worked on everything from residential design and installations to upgrading the company's social media and web presence.

An avid DIYer, Evangela is interested in historic preservation, and the idea of restoring life into older properties. This is evidenced as she works to remodel her own 1940’s Tudor home.