Owner and Interior Designer, IIDA, KYCID, ASID, NCIDQ
Award winning interior designer, Leslie Lewis Sheets is the founder and owner of LL&A Interior Design. She and her design team provide complete interior design services ...from concept through completion.... for the corporate, hospitality, healthcare, education, and residential markets.
A graduate of New Albany High School, Leslie received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior and Environmental Design from Ball State University. Since college graduation, and for the past 33 years, Leslie has worked in the field of interior design. She began her career in design in West Palm Beach, Florida. Returning to her hometown, Leslie worked as the director of interior design for an architectural firm, co-owned another interior design firm for ten years, and currently celebrates LL&A's 14th year in business. She has her NCIDQ credentials, is a certified and registered interior designer, and is a member of her profession's organizations ASID and IIDA.
Leslie remains as passionate about design and working with people today as much as she did when she first began. Her passion combined with a strong work ethic, unwavering commitment to customer service and ability to build relationships have cemented her reputation for excellence among her clients, staff, business colleagues and friends. Her high energy personality, positive outlook and enthusiasm in all facets of her life are defining characteristics, both as a person and business owner. Partnering with Tammy Randall, they provide the vision for LL&A and emphasize what we all know...."team work makes the dream work". Together, their vision is reflected in the award winning work that they do and the services they provide. The majority of LL&A's client base is repeat and referral business.
Leslie celebrates 28 years of marriage to Tommy Sheets, owner of Tommy Sheets Show Horses. Together they have one son Murphy, a recent graduate of Wabash College who is currently working in Jacksonville Florida for Clear Channel Outdoor.
Spending time with her family is her priority... She also enjoys living in downtown Jeffersonvile, running, biking, and trail riding with her family and friends.
Giving back to her community is important to Leslie and she does so by actively serving on the boards of the Business Resource Council for One Southern Indiana, is a member of the Speed Art Museum's Board of Governor's, serves on the boards of Leadership Southern Indiana, the Floyd County Parks & Recreation, and is a Commissioner for the City of Jeffersonville's Public Arts Program. Leslie was also awarded the One Southern Indiana's "Kevin Hammersmith Community Leader of the Year" ACE AWARD.