For Molly, the love of design and aesthetics was born from travels with her mother. Trips cross country and viewing the landscape of the US and abroad paired with a love of architecture and nature, brought an exposure to many different inspirations throughout her youth. Regular visits to antique shops, flea markets and museums fueled a fascination with furniture, art, color, pattern and spatial composition. It wasn’t long before she realized the way a space looked on the outside could change the way a person felt on the inside. Boom, a designer was born.
As Molly grew into her own living spaces, her mother, Leslie Dietrich, an avid collector was ready to purge. Every trip to her house Molly would find herself leaving with great finds to either use while styling projects or as inspiration for jobs underway. House of Dietrich and the House of Dietrich Collection was a natural evolution.
Molly has cultivated her style and knowledge by learning the design and construction business from starting in the field. Understanding construction’s means and methods and developing long standing relationships with tradespeople. Molly has managed over $45M dollars in both commercial and residential projects, working in varying roles from designer, project coordinator, superintendent to project manager. This unusual perspective gives House of Dietrich an edge over other design firms. By studying and developing knowledge of construction management styles and costs Molly can bring a unique point of view to HOD’s designs and delivery model.
House of Dietrich brings a keen eye for personalizing spaces and creating mood enhancing interiors. It’s House of Dietrich’s belief that your environment does as much good for the soul as feeding your body with the right nutrients.