Whole Health Love is a full-service boutique interior design firm that specializes in sustainable and healthy home and working spaces. We create custom interior design solutions that are personal, conceptual and imaginative. Our core values of sustainable design brings a kinship to our daily lifestyles, our relationships and workspace and to the earth.
Amy Tasch, ASID, NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C
Owner Amy Tasch has over 20 years’ experience in commercial and residential design. As an NCIDQ and LEED AP ID+C interior designer, Amy always bring a fresh point of view with a full-embrace to sustainable design and construction without sacrificing beauty. Her nationally recognize award-winning interiors are full of light, energy efficient concepts, no-off gassing materials and no toxins that will harm you or the earth. She designs commercial and residential spaces; both direct with clients or collaborating with design build partners.
Our services including space-planning, finish and furniture selection, lighting, construction documentation, and accessories to complete your space. All products and practices are vetted to not include VOC or any added urea formaldehyde…meaning a clean and healthy space for you and no toxins to our planet. We also choose to only work with vendors and contractors that align themselves with us on treatment of the planet, treating their staff well and those who give forward.
Amy received her Interior Architecture degree from Lawrence Technological University, she is NCIDQ licensed, a member of USGBC, ASID and is a North Texas Master Naturalist. She has worked over 9 years at HGA, an internationally recognized full-service architecture firm and ten years in sustainable residential and retail design at TreeHouse, Room & Board and KRS Design. Her clients appreciate her warm, caring approach and respond well to her calm professional demeanor. She prides herself on her innate ability to understand and adapt to each clients’ unique needs and provide unique and beautiful design solutions.
Several years ago Amy took a year sabbatical from design to care for loved ones with illness. She used that time to become a certified Natural Foods Chef and Macrobiotic counselor. She uses this practice to help those in need of healing from disease, surgery or other ailments and offers this service to those in need.