Master’s Design acquired by new owners

Interior designers Sharon Kepley and Sherry Sink take the reins

Master’s Design acquired by new owners

HIGH POINT, N.C. – Master’s Design announces new ownership by interior design professionals, Sharon Kepley and Sherry Sink.

Kepley and Sink have decades of experience in commercial and residential design and worked together at Bob Timberlake from 1996 to 2005.

“The synergy we enjoyed while working together resulted in some of the most rewarding projects that Sharon and I have accomplished,” says Sink. “We look forward to providing our clients with personalized service and creative results.”

Established in 1993 and located in High Point, N.C., Master’s Design is known for its broad-ranging design and remodel expertise in top professional offices and healthcare facilities. The firm will continue serving clientele in those areas while adding Kepley and Sink’s additional expertise in product development, sourcing, commercial space planning and utilization, custom builder programs, brand licensing and hospitality design.

“It’s with much excitement that we embark on this journey,” says Kepley. “The acquisition of Master’s Design provided the perfect opportunity for us to jointly own and operate a design firm providing a host of services.”

Collectively, among the designers’ award-winning and prestigious projects are the Chetola Resort in Blowing Rock, N.C., trade showrooms in Las Vegas, Atlanta and New York, senators’ offices in Washington, D.C., and luxury homes nationwide.

Kepley was most recently vice president of visuals and upholstery for French Heritage. Prior to that, she was a licensing manager for Woolrich. For 22 years, Sink was director of product development and design for Bob Timberlake, where she collaborated on design direction for the nationally-recognized brand.

Master’s Design’s original duo, founder Nancy C. Scott and designer Patti Frost, will remain with the company to provide premier design services for new and repeat clients.