Owner & Designer
Beth comes to design from a background spanning corporate sales and marketing to designing and manufacturing children’s knitwear to the 2006 launch of BjtO Designs, a home staging firm serving Boston’s luxury home market. Design № Five, Beth’s fifth business venture, is the culmination of her design talent and management expertise along with her team-building know-how. Beth divides her time between a loft in downtown Waltham and Cotuit with her husband and DN5 partner, Phil, and she is the mother of two daughters.
Erica Robbins Darnall
Lead Interior Designer – Greater Boston Area
Erica leads our Greater Boston practice. Her work reflects her lifelong interest in beautiful things. Through studies in Art History and French Literature and years living in Paris, New York and New England, Erica has honed a broad design aesthetic and a talent for channeling each client's taste into a customized, beautiful outcome. A graduate of Hamilton College and Columbia University, Erica lives in Lincoln with her husband, three children and their Labrador.
Courtney’s background spans the art and fashionworlds; a passion for interior design brought her to Design No. Five, where she works as a stylist. A Cape Cod native, Courtney constantly draws inspiration from the coastal lifestyle and unique textures of her surrounding landscape. Her design aesthetic juxtaposes modern with traditional elements and she brings a perfectionist’s eye for detail to each and every project. Courtney has a degree in graphic design and lives in historic Barnstable Village with her husband and their young son and daughter.
Dexter is his own man in the land of designing women. He has designs on everyone he welcomes to the DN5 warehouse, workroom and showroom we like to call, The Shop. He navigates a wide range of design styles, in style, and sets his compass to his own true north - the kitchen rubbish bin. Dexter holds a certificate in Pugs and Kisses. All rubbish aside, he is a valued member of the Design № Five team and the Odence family.