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Originally from Mississippi, Anita Beyer moved to Atlanta in 1991 after living in Chattanooga for 9 years. Anita spent most of her early career life in the corporate world with the last several years working in the chemical industry. Her years in corporate were a wonderful opportunity to gain valuable business knowledge. This experience also played a huge role in her personal development, as she set her eye on “supposedly” unobtainable goals and positions and then eventually achieved them by becoming the youngest and only female manager worldwide for the international chemical company. This was a monumental accomplishment for Anita because she did not let the obvious, that she did not have a Chemical Engineering degree, derail her goals. Anita’s accomplishments are a result of determination, knowledge, and her ability to run an organized and well-versed department that consistently satisfies its customers. After many successful projects and accolades of management abilities, Anita set her sights on new goals for her future.
In January 2002, Anita officially formed her own business after realizing that it was time to bring her dreams to fruition. She started her business in order to help people transform their homes and lives by offering full-service interior decorating and renovating services. Her goal is to make her clients’ dreams a reality, whether it is a complete home renovation starting with demolition or a smaller project such as personalizing a room or office. Orchestrating projects from start to finish and offering her clients a smooth, stress-free design process is where Anita shines most. Anita joined the BBI team in March 2018 and currently works with clients to make personalized selections for their new home.
Anita’s hobbies include working out at the gym, walking, and spending time with friends. She also enjoys partner dances such as West Coast Swing and Hustle, in which she has professionally competed. Anita stays very active in her community through volunteer programs and by helping with local committees and charities.