The work you do while you procrastinate is probably the work you should be doing for the rest of your life.
— Jessica Hische
 
 

The Idea

Elizabeth was a designer + crafter. David was a hobbyist woodworker and member of the US Army. 

Just after Elizabeth and David began dating in 2014, David deployed to Afghanistan. Elizabeth diligently sent letters and packages; she set out to purchase a post card wherever she went. This turned out to be quite a challenge. The idea for custom illustrations of cities and military bases, inspired by vintage postcards, took root in her mind.

Elizabeth and David got married in 2016. Their passions met in designing and building furniture for their new home together. Elizabeth began to put her illustrations to paper, and David set to work, building frames and furniture. Sieger Design Co. was born.

Style & Qualifications

Sieger Design Co. has created a signature style that is natural without being overtly rustic, vintage inspired without looking old fashioned. 

Elizabeth is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati's college of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. She received a B.S. in Fashion Design. In five years of corporate design work, Elizabeth rose to the position of Senior Designer, home textiles. Elizabeth now works as a freelance graphic and textile designer in addition to running Sieger Design Co.

The Siegers' goal is to create thoughtfully designed and carefully handcrafted products. Each piece is meant to bring charm and conversation into the home of its new owner.

Behind the Curtain

Collectively, David and Elizabeth are natives of Charleston and Cincinnati, but they have been proud to call Texas home for over 5 years. David and Elizabeth are newlyweds, puppy parents, designers, cooks, woodworkers, and vacation enthusiasts. Their favorite weekends are spent with a glass of bourbon, a fresh loaf of bread, and whatever meat David has cooking in the smoker. And of course, their 95 pound golden retriever puppy, Sammy, trying to jump onto their laps.