Owner & Lead Designer
Ever passionate about creating perfectly unique & artful spaces for her clients, Laney draws on over fifteen years of experience in the Interior Design industry to expertly execute her clients’ remodeling & décor projects. After earning her Interior Design degree from the prestigious college of Design Art Architecture & Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati, Laney used her creativity and business sense to launch Reusch Interior Design in 2010 and later Studio Piper in 2018. When not designing for her clients or planning her next travel adventure, Laney spends time on her pet project, remodeling her 1930’s Mt. Lookout home she shares with her three teenage daughters and hunky husband, Greg.
Office Manager & Marketing Coordinator
Amy is a seasoned professional with years of experience in marketing and client service projects. She earned her B.A. in Communications at Boston College and is a master at keeping projects flowing smoothly. Her background and skill set made her the perfect fit as our office manager. Amy assists with client meetings, marketing activity, photo shoots and oversees all the backend logistics, including proposals, purchase orders and vendor communication.
Amy lives in Mt. Lookout with her husband, twin teenage daughters and kitty cat, Zola and she enjoys caring for them all. In her free time, she enjoys decorating, spending time with friends and family and planning her next travel adventure.
Angelia is a self-proclaimed organizing guru with a slight obsession with labels and checklists. Originally from Lexington, she completed her B.A. in Communications at The University of Kentucky. Ultimately, her background and skill set led her to be the perfect fit as our office coordinator. Angelia oversees our newsletter, client communications, and special projects.
When she’s not on the hunt for the next best brunch spot in town, Angelia is involved in several philanthropic organizations. She is currently a board member with Saturday Hoops, a member with United Way Tocqueville Society, and along with her husband, mentors two children through the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative.