Roxanne Hughes Packham

is an interior designer, allied ASID, whose designs have appeared in Life: Beautiful, Cottages and Bungalows, California Homes, Dream Homes of Coastal California, Cowboys and Indians, Canadian Homes & Gardens,  Gaither’s Homecoming Magazine, Family Circle, Silver Magazine, Westlake and Malibu Magazine etc. She currently writes two columns for the quarterly women’s magazine WHOA. One column is a home design feature and the other is fresh finds in interior design and women’s inspiration.

With her daughter Hannah, she is the co-author of Inspired Design, and co-founder of inspired31.org, a mother-teenage daughter ministry.
She and Hannah appeared also on the 700 Club to set a Christmas table based on those designs in her book.

Education & Design Influence

She is a graduate of:
BA, University of Southern California
Paris Fashion Institute, Paris, France
Fashion Design Major, FIDM, Los Angeles

She studied french, design and french culture at the Sorbonne and Cité Universitaire, Paris. Because this was during her college years the french and their effortless style was influential in her design esthetic. She studied spanish, ceramics, spanish culture and art in Puerto de Santa Maria Spain for three years. The elements of the masculine Spanish & Moorish Architecture enchanted her, as she traveled and toured the inspired buildings of Spain and Portugal, staying in the historical Paradores and Posadas. Soaking in the heritage of the thousand year old buildings traveling throughout Morocco inspired her sense of color and her love of all kinds of people. This travel and study imprinted a global sense of style early in her design career.