Leah Tuttleman, Allied ASID

School: University of Arizona
Company: IDC Interiors, LLC
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Phone: (602) 722-6804
Email: leah@idcinteriordesign.com
Website: www.leahtuttleman.com

Designer Profile

I believe in helping client's develope their own style by understanding color, form, space, light, and texture, as well as an understanding and an appreciation of the construction and remodeling process.
"Leah has a wonderful design sense and very good control over the budget. The care and attention that went into our home is something I am very proud to recommend."
-Marilynne Day-Linton and Bill Linton

Services Offered

Turn your vision into your dream home, a place of comfort, beauty, and personality.
My services include:
Complimentary Initial Consultation
Residential Interior Design for New Construction or Existing
Space Planning
Furniture and Fabric Selection
Window Treatment - Designs and Material Selection
Accessorizing
Color Selection
Staging
Personalized Shopping Assistance
E-Design
Specializing in Second Homes, Winter Homes, Vacation Homes, Golf Communities, Desert Lifestyle
Areas of service: Scottsdale, Phoenix Metropolitan, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek, Carefree, Moon Valley, Arcadia

Awards & Publications

2015 Lymphoma Research Foundation Kitchen & Tasting Tour Tablescape Winner
Summer 2015 Desert Design Featured Article on Universal Design
2014 ASID Presidential Citation
Home Planning Ideas
Kitchen and Bath Ideas
Home & Design
Windows and Walls
Color Schemes
Area Rugs for any Area

Splashes of color was the theme in this contemporary home. Comfortable furnishings in deep purples and vibrant oranges.
A large black marble island, new custom honey color cabinets, updated lighting, new splash, and appliances, were a breath of fresh air for this Scottsdale homeowner.
The ultimate in contemporary and convenience. Completed in 2015, this client enjoys cooking and big gatherings around the kitchen island. Quartz countertops and a sleek waterfall edge.
We took an existing kitchen built in the mid 80's, and completely started with a clean slate after removing everything that was existing.  The Canadian client received frequent updates via E-Design.
This 4 bedroom Desert Mountain home sat vacant for two years until our client saw something special in it. The theme was casual and easy living, which reflects the client's personality.
This commercial space started as a single level and we incorporated stairs to maximize the available area above.
This North Scottsdale Airpark  remodel was completed in less than 4 months. The client wanted a relaxed and  welcoming atmosphere.
We incorporated our client's existing furnishings and accessories throughout the space and filled in with new furnishings where needed.
This double duty dining space is both a breakfast area and dining room.  This durable metal top table, works with your casual table settings as well as fine linens and crystal.
Less is more in this contemporary kitchen. The waterfall edge detail 
allows the stone pattern to flow all the way down to the floor.
The pink toned flagstone was removed in this remodel and replaced with warm natural stone hues.
The warm earth tones of this 1200 sq. ft. Desert Mountain Casita feels like a retreat from the hustle and bustle of Scottsdale.
Sedona at Sunset headboard accent wall in the casita bedroom pulls in the desert color from the stack stone fireplace in the great room.
The inspiration for this Tuscan style Dining Room with its rich wood tones and a welcoming feel, came from the architectural features of the home.
This was a complete kitchen remodel in a North Scottsdale community.  We removed oak and opted for painted alder. The result is fresh and functional.
A contemporary Desert Mountain Powder Room, mixing natural stone and glass. The curved space inspired a custom vanity and back lit mirror.
 This Chandler Residence features an added family interactive area with modular furniture for multipurpose use. Glass doors open to the backyard for extending the inside out.