Meet Ginny Hawkins, owner and designer with LifeSpaces Interiors, LLC.

Ginny is passionate about everything related to homes! Her work as an Interior Designer/Stylist through her company, LifeSpaces Interiors, LLC, Certified Professional Real Estate Stager through Showhomes Pasadena and as a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties enables her to help people locate, decorate, stage and sell their homes.

And most of these things don't even feel like work, as Ginny loves helping people solve problems…and all facets of the business enable her to do that.

Ginny's work has been featured in AY Magazine (Little Rock) , Distinctly Oklahoma (Oklahoma City) and she worked extensively with the design team as Lead Fabricator on an episode of Extreme Makeover Home Edition.

In her free time, Ginny enjoys travel, wine tasting, reading, volunteering and spending time with family and friends. Her volunteer efforts have included several churches, Habitat for Humanity and Young Lives. She has also served as co-chair for Oklahoma City Free to Breathe Run/Walk for two years to benefit lung cancer awareness.  She currently resides in Pasadena, California with her husband, Phil.

Ginny is a Certified Interior Designer by Chandler's School of Interior Design in Little Rock, AR since 1991. Ginny is also a Certified Professional Real Estate Stager and member of RESA (Real Estate Staging Association). She completed her Real Estate License training in Oklahoma City and Pasadena, California and has been practicing since 2009, with Century 21, Verbode and Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.  She attended Illinois Central College and St. Louis Community College.  

Ginny is a “people person” who loves getting to know you on a level where she can help you accomplish your goals. Many of her clients have become personal friends. Listening to what people say and asking the right questions to determine your needs is one of her greatest strengths. People say that she brings “calm” to any situation. Problem solving comes easily to her, and she goes the “extra mile” to make sure things get done.