Nina Williams earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design at the Design Institute of San Diego, and started her career with legendary designer Steve Chase at his firm in Palm Springs. Her first Project Management job was the L.A. corporate office of singer Johnny Mathis. Nina also worked with Mr. Chase for philanthropist Joan Kroc, who contracted many projects, local and abroad. One of Nina's most memorable ventures was the creation of a cave room, which entailed combining unusual elements to build a theatrical den-like space for lounging and entertaining. In 1989, Williams founded her own firm near the ocean in Solana Beach.
Nina is inspired by the intricate and ever-changing patterns of nature. Her passions reside in absorbing the colors, textures, and other natural elements of everyday living and seamlessly incorporating them into each unique project.
Her atypical approach to all of her designs shows her childhood influences, wherein she was surrounded by the juxtaposition of classic and modern architecture in Palm Springs of that era.
Though Nina's broad design background includes executive offices, yachts, and aircraft, today her passions focus on facilitating clients in attaining their ultimate vision.
Williams has designed primary and holiday homes across the globe. Today, her focus centers on clientele in North County, San Diego.