Rustic Farmhouse, Contemporary & Comforting.
They say life is made up of second chances.
It was a second chance that brought Natalie and Reise Officer to Maplecrest, their historic, century-old farmhouse outside of Anchorage.
When the couple first moved to Louisville from Chicago in 2008, they saw the house listed online but Natalie says they nixed it for a couple of reasons.
They moved to London after a year, and when they returned in 2010 saw Maplecrest was still on the market...
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By: Tonya Abeln, nfocus June 2016
Natalie Officer brings an effortless cool to everything from her personal style to her historic fully renovated farm house in Anchorage, named Maplecrest. When I say, “cool,” I don’t mean aloof. This is not of the you-can’t-sit-with-us variety found in high school cafeterias. Quite the opposite, actually. Natalie has an extreme warmth that envelopes everyone she meets. Yet, she has a taste level that is “sui generis” and distinct – a fashion sense that fully accommodates the wearing of pants to a black tie gala or that can mismatch accessories until they are, in fact, perfectly matched. It is a winning wager that her look will never be repeated in a crowded room – emulated at a later date, maybe. It is an authentic style that informs her sensibility as a self-taught interior designer; and now that she welcomes her newest design partner, architect Britney Groneck, into the fold, it is evident that Natalie O. Design is quickly becoming a stand-apart brand all its own...
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When five people in two month's time asked me if I knew Natalie Officer, I knew it was time to connect with this multi-talented desire, buyer, and generally creative girl around town. She's an original, from her honest and captivating personality, to her beautiful homestead in Anchorage, to her aesthetic in clothing and home design.
As a mother, member of Dixie Design Collective and owner of Natalie O. Design Co., Natalie Officer has her work cut out for her. Crafting is something Natalie has been passionate about since a very young age. As the daughter of a beautician and a welder, she grew up in an environment where working with your hands was a necessity.
Having lost both of her grandmothers to breast cancer, Natalie Officer is always on the ball for the cure. The 2013 “Knock It Out” Pink Tie Ball isn’t her first time to bat for Susan G. Komen.