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Avery Leigh Cox

Give me color.

Job Interior Designer / Avery Cox Design

Lives In Munjoy Hill

I am an interior designer and blogger with Texan roots and Georgia grown wings.  I spent a couple years living in New York City's West Village, working for Jamie Drake and Amanda Nisbet, and soaking up all the city has to offer.  Upon moving to Maine, I worked with Ariana Fischer, and now I run my own design studio out of Portland's shared office space The Engine Room. I love living in the foodiest small town in America, and the view is not bad.

Why did you choose Portland? Oxbow Brewing Company

Who are Portlanders you admire and why? More and Co., Tandem Coffee Roasters, Oxbow Brewing Company, Even Tide, Might and Maine, Judith to name a few. They are putting Portland on a national stage.

What's your favorite indulgence and where do you find it? Churros at Duckfat

Do you have a serendipity spot? Where do you always bump into good people? Tandem Coffee Roasters

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