Sarah grew up in a small town in Michigan before moving to Myrtle Beach in 2006 to find her path in life and follow her dreams. After finishing top of her class in Interior Design she spent the next 6 years working in commercial and residential design fields before creating SAN-DEL designs. The name SAN-DEL was created as a tribute to her two grandmothers and Sarah loves to explain it every chance she can. With the mindset of working hard, staying focused and dedicated, and continuously setting new goals, she has been able to grow SAN-DEL designs with confidence and looks forward to a great future.
When she’s not in the office or on a jobsite you can find Sarah at her property out in the country with her husband and 2 spoiled rotten labrador dogs or on some kind of outdoor adventure, sporting event or music festival. She loves traveling and camping across the great United States of America and exploring what wonderful things this country has to offer!
Growing up in Asheville, NC, Jessica collected floorplans she liked from the Sunday newspaper and was constantly re-arranging her room to create a different feel for the space. She always had a passion for design and 5 years after receiving her first B.S in Textiles from NC State University, she followed that passion and returned to school to get a second B.S in Interior Design from Appalachian State University, graduating with honors. In 2014, she moved to Myrtle Beach and she dove into the world of residential new construction. For the next 5 years, Jessica worked with builders designing and furnishing model homes and assisting homeowners with their selections. Jessica thrives on design as her creative outlet and is dedicated to her clients to provide a space that can bring their desires to reality.
In her down time, Jessica enjoys going on “day-cations” with her boyfriend, taking day or weekend trips exploring new areas. When the weather is nice, you can find her soaking up the sun on the beach with a good book or Podcast, trying to cure her brown thumb, or browsing antique stores. She enjoys experimenting with new recipes while sipping a good wine and renovating her 1970’s house.