Liz Koch, IIDA

Liz Koch, IIDA

I love seeing the transformation through the different phases of a job and ultimately seeing the final product. It's rewarding to know that you are helping create a pleasant environment for other people to enjoy.


  • 6 Years of Experience
  • Bachelor of Science, Interior Design - Drexel University
  • Certification, National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ)

Liz’s favorite music

I cannot get enough of country music. I love nothing more than warm weather, my car windows down and country on the radio. Right now, my favorite artists are Eric Church and Dierks Bentley.

An unexpected event

I went to Spain with my field hockey teammates in college. We went hiking on Montserrat and somehow a group of 15 of us got lost. After two hours of back tracking and trying to find other people on the trails, we found our way back. I learned never to go anywhere that you aren’t familiar with without a map.

When she wants to relax

I am a huge film buff, so curling up on the sofa with popcorn and a movie is right up my alley. I’m not as much a reader, but am definitely a Harry Potter nerd, so my favorite books are any from that series. If I had to pick a favorite it would be The Half Blood Prince.

Women's Boots

Liz’s signature piece

If I could, I would spend every day in boots. Outside of work I almost always have some sort of a boot on.

Her Role Model

Hands down, my Dad! He has always set such a great example for my brother and me. He works incredibly hard, but knows how to have fun and enjoy life. I always thought it was so cool how dedicated my Dad was to his work but also that he made time for his family. Even when I played field hockey at Drexel, I don’t think he ever missed one of my games.

Frying Pan

The Most Thoughtful Gift She's Received

When I was growing up, every Sunday after church we would stop at my grandparent’s for breakfast. I would always help my Poppop make omelets for the whole family. After my Poppop passed away, we tried to find the omelet pan that we would use. Unfortunately we never found it and I was crushed. This Christmas my cousin decided to buy me my own to create new memories with; it meant a lot.