happy vesta

happy living starts at home

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What is Happy Vesta? 

Named for the Roman goddess of hearth and home, Happy Vesta provides a unique approach to home coaching and interior design. We work in the moment to achieve immediate results, and provide the guidance you need to truly transform your space and your life. 

Why Happy Vesta is Different

Happy Vesta is design you can afford. By offering home coaching in addition to basic design services, we work with what you already have, and/or make suggestions for minor and affordable improvements. Instead of spending months working within the traditional design process, your home can be transformed into spaces with meaning, beauty and improved functionality in only a few hours. This difference means saving thousands of dollars in both design fees and furnishings. 

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Our Mission

To improve our clients' lives by helping them create inspiring and functional spaces that support their aspirations and well-being. 

What We Believe 

At Happy Vesta, we believe that living in a happy home or working in an inspiring space will bring a more fulfilled, happy life. 

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Happy home, happy life. 


About Us

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amanda okonek 

Owner and founder of Happy Vesta, Amanda is an interior designer, DIY enthusiast, writer and birth doula. After working on everything from small residential projects to high rise corporate tech offices, she found that creating joyful, meaningful spaces in the home had the most immediate and positive impact on her clients' lives. It is her objective to share her ideas and help people create spaces that enhance and support their mindful practice and everyday life. 

Amanda lives in Seattle, WA with her two sweet puppies and her very tall partner, Shane. 


rebecca letwin

Rebecca is an interior designer with extensive experience in healthcare, workplace, corporate, non-profit and educational spaces. From conception to construction, she is able to provide consultation and deliverables to clients throughout the design and building process. When she’s not busy designing, Rebecca enjoys estate sales, vintage items, old houses, sustainable living, sewing and snow. She is LEED AP and NCIDQ certified, as well as an active IIDA Member. 

Rebecca lives in Seattle, WA with her husband and two daughters.