Susan Denk,


“Harmony in my home means lots of laughter, contentment, creativity and love.”

Susan has over 35 years of diversified construction industry experience, both as the owner of White Crane and as an employee of one of the country’s largest general contracting and services companies. Susan moved to Minneapolis from San Antonio in 1998, and lives in the Browndale neighborhood with her partner and their four-legged friend Oso. She holds an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a B.A. from Miami University.
Community service is important to Susan. She is a past board chair of the YWCA Minneapolis, and, in 2014, completed a $20 million capital campaign as a campaign co-chair. Susan is on the Board of Trustees and serves as the Board Chair of the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota, whose vision is a world of equal opportunity where women and girls – and all people – hold the power to create and to live safe, prosperous lives.

Katie Jaydan, ASID NCIDQ


“A home with harmony is happiness.”

Katie has 16 years of diversified construction experience, including three years of commercial property management, construction, and renovation. She has worked in the residential remodeling field since 2003. Katie holds a Interior Design, has a National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) Certificate and she’s a member of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). In the past, Katie served as a member of the NARI Green Remodeling Task Group and designed the first GreenStar Pilot Program Certified Remodel in Minnesota, and was also voted as one of the top eco-friendly Interior Designers by Innovative Home Magazine. In 2012, Katie was included as one of Remodeling Magazine’s “Top 40 Under 40.”
When Katie is not designing, she can be found gardening, cooking, practicing yoga or exploring her Uptown neighborhood with her daughter and dog.

Nancy Peters Sparrow, Allied ASID, NKBA


"Harmony in a home, to me, means spaces which reflect the people in it and complements their lifestyle. It’s creating balance between a home and its occupants, and it’s what I love the most about design!"

A background in both economics and interior design gives Nancy a unique perspective on design. She has extensive knowledge of the redesign process from conception to completion, and loves watching the transformation of a space from start to finish. Nancy believes that collaboration creates harmony in the design process.

Nancy is an involved member of the local chapters of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) and the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). She also volunteers with community organizations. When not designing, you’ll find Nancy reading, cooking, enjoying photography, and spending time with her husband Jon and their Tom Cat.