Designers

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Rasheeda Gray, MBA is the owner and principal designer of Gray Space Interiors. Gray Space is a full-service design firm focused on curating interiors that are contemporary, functional and rooted in style. From whole house renovations to one room transformations, Gray Space specializes in residential and boutique commercial projects throughout the Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware tri-state area. After 15 years, Rasheeda retired from a career as AVP of Marketing and Communications to pursue her passion and life’s work of interior design full-time. Launched in 2016, Gray Space has completed over 75 projects.  The design team, carefully comprised of creatives who have professional backgrounds in business; specifically, construction management, finance and marketing, has been featured in publications such as House Beautiful, Apartment Therapy, MyDomaine, Architectural Digest, Designers Today, The Philadelphia Inquirer, philly.com and more.  Additionally, Rasheeda has appeared on television shows including HGTV’s Flea Market Flip and Good Day Philadelphia. At the center of it all, core values of client focus, collaboration, and curated spaces stand at the forefront of each and every project completed.  Rasheeda holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and International Business and an MBA.  Additionally, she holds a professional certificate in Interior Design from Temple University. Rasheeda is the co-founder of Gray Real Estate Group, a real estate development company, along-side her husband, Jake and together they have two children, Jacob Jr. and Kennedy.

What's Next

“What’s Next: As we look to the future, I believe the design industry will focus heavily on multi-purposed furniture. With families home now more than ever (in light of the pandemic), we suddenly need more space, and multi-purpose rooms and subsequently multi-purpose furniture is the solution. Dining tables that collapse into desks, sofas with hidden storage and more. The future of design involves flexible furniture that adapts to our new normal.”