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And every year after that has proven to be even better. Now, 30 years later, we're looking back on all we've accomplished together and looking forward to all that's to come. And we know none of it would have happened without you - our people - our family.
Celebrating our 30th anniversary is no small milestone. This year, we're taking the opportunity to highlight achievements, reflect on changes, and look to the future. From the beginning Ashton Woods has stood for trailblazing innovation - and we couldn't do it without each and every one of our employees. Join us throughout the year as we reveal our "Stories of Inspiration" video series spotlighting just a small handful of the many people who have made us who we are today.
National Director of Design Studios
New Home Sales Consultant
Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Strategic Marketing
Bret Bailey and Mike Bulin
Division Manager / New Home Sales Manager
Community Sales Manager
AW Orlando and Starlight Central Florida
Vice President of Purchasing
Vice President of Finance
AW San Antonio
General Sales Manager
Vice President of Land Acquisition
Cassie Sommers and Lindsay Motley
Vice President of Sales and Marketing / Division President
Mary Hill Herold
Chief Operating Officer
Vice President of Sales
Interior Design Operations Manager
Senior Project Manager
Elizabeth McGrath and Raegan Lynch
Contract and Closing Manager / Senior Strategic Marketing Analyst
Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Starlight Central Florida
A lot has changed in 30 years, and we’ve changed with it, continually blazing new trails in design and personalization so that every home we create is not only a dream come true, but a place where people can kick off their shoes and feel right at home.
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Homes from the 80s were full of carpet, so much so that you could even find it in bathrooms. Today, artful area rugs complement natural hardwood floors throughout the home, with carpet far from the shower.
Our love affair with wicker in the 1980s inspired us to furnish entire rooms with white woven straw. We still love natural materials today, but in much smaller doses and combined with other natural elements like wood, stone and sisal.
In 1989, the design trend was often eclectic, with adventurous style choices that seemed somewhat random. In 2019, design choices are more intentional, maintaining a rhythm and feeling of serenity and sanity.