OUR PHILOSOPHY

Forest Trees
Trees From Above
Mountain and River

Entero (adj.) Spanish for entire or complete.

Following this philosophy, we take a holistic approach to our work. We consider all of our projects, following one complete plan for this planet focusing on sustainability.

Entero Design is a sustainable lifestyle company that strives to refine a way of life that is in line with the natural environment. 
We consider the impact that every project has on the environment as well as the health of our clients. Form, function, aesthetics, and maintenance are always considered so each client can enjoy their space for many years.

OUR TEAM

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PRINCIPAL DESIGNER

Sandy Campbell, LEED AP

NCIDQ Certified No. 19382

Owner and founder, Sandy Campbell, has a degree in interior design, is NCIDQ certified, and a LEED accredited professional. She has over 25 years of interior design experience, 15 of those years devoted to researching sustainable design with attention to green finishes and materials, bringing a unique perspective to every project. She strives in each project to tell the story of each client and the diversity they bring to every project.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER

Sienna Hawkins, CKBD

Sienna Hawkins received her BFA in Visual Communications from the Northwest College of Art and Design and certification in Kitchen and Bath Design from the NKBA. She started at Entero Design six years ago, and her passion for sustainable design and blended experience in the interior and visual design fields give her a well rounded perspective on what it takes to create functional spaces that clients will love for years to come.

STUDENT OUTREACH

We are always happy to provide learning experiences to interior design students. Every year we host students from Washington State University's Interior Design program who visit Seattle to learn more about the interior design industry and community. We offers job shadow and summer internship opportunities to college students enrolled in an Interior Design program in the Pacific Northwest. If you are interested in either of these opportunities for your students, we would be happy to connect with you.