Founder and principal of Peace Design, William Peace is a design visionary and leading force in the interior design community. For more than 25 years, Peace has been known for his sophisticated yet soothing interiors, mindful that every color, every texture creates the backdrop of his clients’ lives. With a love of architecture, a fascination with light, and respect of form and function, Peace partners with his clients to create beautiful and comfortable environments reflective of their personal taste and aesthetic. Peace sees inspiration all around him: from the majestic mountains of Montana, to a Rothko exhibit at MOMA, to a tufted leather booth in a Parisian café.
Peace is the recipient of numerous national and regional awards, including the National ASID Project award for residential interiors, City of Atlanta Urban Renewal, and Southeastern Designer of the Year. He has served on the Board of Trustees of the Smithsonian-affiliated Museum of Design in Atlanta and as a member of the Advisory Committee for the College of Design at the University of Kentucky.
At the University of Kentucky Peace studied architecture, interior design and fine arts, and earned a BA in Interior Design.
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