Copeland + Co. is a full-service interior design and home staging studio based in Portland, Oregon. What started as a wild idea over brisket hash and too much coffee quickly grew into a full-time, full-on obsession. While many things have changed since this venture began, our philosophy remains constant: Home is the place that reminds us of who we are. It’s the place to let it all go, to recharge, to surround ourselves with people and things we love and that make us feel loved. It’s walking into the kitchen to endless possibilities. It’s crawling into bed at night for true rest. It’s the stories we tell and the secrets we keep. We take it with us when we leave and we make it when it’s missing. Home is not always where, but what.
Meet The Team
Founder & Creative Director
Kat is an ice cream fiend, over-sharer, and the founder and creative director of Copeland + Co. She used to tell big brand stories in a promising advertising career but couldn’t deny her passion for interiors after many lunch breaks spent in design school. She obsesses over the details that turn a house into a home and has no intention of giving up her search for the perfect chair. She thinks that all conversations should be had over a tasty treat and that laughter is the best medicine.
Paige's credentials, while essential to the success of our projects, come second only to her (and our shared) love of four-legged friends. She's a CAD wizard with a serious knack for design problem-solving and has no chill when it comes to perfecting layouts. She spent most of her career "imagineering" at Disney and has the technical, process-oriented approach that sees our projects through from concept to execution.
The winding road by which Courtney came to be our staging manager is littered with unique experience. She kicked off her career in musical theatre in NYC, spent some time in her hometown of San Diego, and eventually made her way to Portland where she opened a wildly successful gym with her husband. Courtney is a staging unicorn - she is a master of logistics and detail while also employing her creative vision in every staged home. In her free time, she can be found with a London Fog in hand wrangling her two daughters in the St. Johns neighborhood.