Greenline is excited to announce the hiring of Linn Gresham, ASID, as its new Director of Interior Design. As head of Greenline’s interiors department, she will coordinate with the firm’s architectural staff and principals to provide full-service interior design for commercial, hospitality and retail projects, as well as luxury residential design for Homeline Architecture, the firm’s residential brand extension. Gresham’s new role commenced in June 2019.
Gresham has been designing professionally in Savannah for more than 15 years. She worked previously for Greenline from 2003 until 2008 and has since operated her own full-service interior design firm, Linn Gresham Haute Décor. Her award-winning and celebrated work includes the Hamilton-Turner Inn, Georgia Historical Society Jepson House, East End Provisions, BMatthews and many notable residences throughout the Southeast. Linn is a master at reinventing through renovation and her work has earned three preservation awards from the Historic Savannah Foundation.
“We are beyond thrilled to welcome back Linn to Greenline,” said John Deering, principal and Director of Design at Greenline. “We have continued our professional affiliations with Linn over the years on various projects, but having her back in-house will truly be an asset to our firm and our clients,” Deering said.
Gresham will continue her affiliations with the Design House Interiors Group, Linn Gresham Haute Decor, special filming projects, SCAD’s Interior Design Department and recently co-launched an online lifestyle brand, Tabby Home.
Gresham received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Merchandising from University of Montevallo and her Master of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Savannah College of Art and Design. She has been practicing since 2003 in Savannah and has her NCIDQ appellation. She is a proud “boy mom” and loves fishing from her home on the Wilmington River.