Steeped in Southern tradition and influenced by sophisticated French style, Genevieve Trousdale’s finely-honed design sense was originally influenced by two generations of discerning familial role models with exquisite, yet comfortable taste. On assignment designing homes and estates throughout Europe, the Middle East and America, Genevieve developed inspired and inventive ideas for each client’s passions and desire for the very best.
Highly regarded for sophisticated design, meticulous attention to detail, creative sourcing of one-of-a-kind pieces, and the ability to manage thousands of special details at once – Genevieve has earned the respect and admiration of the most thoughtful and discriminating clients, worldwide.
Ms. Trousdale, a Louisiana-born designer, boasts a stunning repertoire of world-class projects including American ski chalets, a Parisian flat and a luxurious royal palace. Working alongside top AD 100 icons, Genevieve is one of nation’s most accomplished designers.
Genevieve’s experience led her to create a global membership organization, called Circaphiles, for professional designers to make connections, educate and strengthen skills.
We’ve enjoyed designing and managing projects for a wide array of styles and tastes all over the world.
Genevieve and team have conceptualized projects including wildly imaginative interiors, residential minimal masterpieces and estates that seamlessly blend modern with traditional.
Experience and Collaborations
Genevieve has had the pleasure of working with some of the industry’s most talented leaders. Esteemed apprenticeships with celebrated grand dame designers Gerrie Bremermann in New Orleans and Suzanne Rheinstein in Los Angeles, influenced Ms. Trousdale to create an impressive, stand-out portfolio.
Professionally, she’s collaborated with renowned L.A. designer Michael Berman, whom she credits for tailoring her aesthetic and meticulous project management abilities. And, prior to launching CGID, design phenom Timothy Corrigan counted on Genevieve to oversee his most challenging international projects.