“We are about creating environments that are functional and aesthetically pleasing.”
- S. Hayes
Georgette Marise Interiors was founded by Sabine Guillaume Hayes, paying tribute to her late grandmother Georgette Belfong and her late mother Suzanne Marise Guillaume. Georgette represented sophistication and elegance while Marise shared a casual and simplistic lifestyle. Together Georgette and Marise are the essence of Sabine’s view on design and style.
Sabine Guillaume Hayes, one of the Tri-State area’s most multi-talented interior design professionals, provides an extensive and innovative variety of services for clients throughout the region.
Sabine, an award winning, Philadelphia-area designer known for creating one-of-a-kind, personalized spaces, offers several service options. Her clients, who include doctors, attorneys, business owners, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, realtors and others, select from full service, online design and her unique “Design-in-a-Box” packages.
She also designs small commercial projects, one of which has gained her considerable acclaim. Her work on the Girls Auto Clinic & Clutch Beauty Bar in Philadelphia earned her significant TV, online and print publicity from 6ABC's FYI Philly, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philly.com and The Philadelphia Tribune.
Since launching her company, Georgette Marise Interiors, in 2015, Sabine has won a Houzz service award and rave reviews from her clients. They use words like “amazing,” “excellent,” “very creative,” and “a pleasure to work with” to describe her.
Sabine, a color and accessories specialist, supplies services ranging from project management and renovation to space planning and furniture selection, along with the online and Design in a Box alternatives. Her firm is backed by a team of the region’s premier contractors, installers, carpenters, painters, and other professionals, as well as a national network of vendors and suppliers.
She is also a gifted interior consultant who helps residents save time and money, and update and enhance the value of their homes. Her clients benefit from the product knowledge, problem solving, visual merchandising and people skills that she gained during her highly successful earlier career working for two of the nation’s largest furniture companies, and later running a design firm with a partner. She holds an interior design degree from the Art Institute of Philadelphia.