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Natalie Aldridge has had an affinity for interior design, decoration, and the arts since childhood. Natural knack and unrelenting passion for art and design established her distinct eye for color, traditional scale, and classical vernacular at an early age. This interest carried her to New York City and to Parsons School of Design where she graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Strategic Design and Management.


Drawing heavy influence from the past, Natalie's style combines her love of neoclassical elegance, old-world glamour, and eccentric characters, making for an irreverent combination of whimsy and tradition. 

Currently, Natalie is the Senior Designer and Project Manager for the globally recognized interior design firm of Studio Magness. In the past, Natalie has worked for the notable John Rosselli & Associates and the esteemed design firm, Scott Sanders Interior Design. She has also worked for well-known fashion brand Lilly Pulitzer as well as the London-based French Connection. She has collaborated with entities such as The Holland Society of New York and House Beautiful magazine among others. 

Natalie has been featured in The Glam Pad, Bloom New York, the New York Times, and by The Carlyle Hotel. Additionally, she is a contributing editor of The Glam Pad, writes for publications such as Guest of a Guest, and maintains a blog garnering a consistent growth in readership featuring leading creatives from around the globe. 

In addition, Natalie enjoys creating works of art across numerous mediums for both personal pleasure and commission, writing needlepointing, and collecting antiques. Her society involvement led her to be presented as a debutante at the Consulate General of the Republic of Austria and the 2020 Viennese Opera Ball. 

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