Our day job is Inspired Spaces Interior Design, a women-owned and operated company, led by CEO and lead designer, Natasha Stocker. Her vision was always to start a non-profit organization in order to be of service and give back to the community. In July 2021, her vision was realized and the Inspired Spaces Foundation (ISF) was born. Over the past few years, Natasha has brought together a team of talented women passionate not only about design, but being in service to others. Each team member was thrilled to hear about Natasha’s dream of beginning a non-profit and readily stepped in to help make it happen. We are all so proud to be able to put our talent and passion for design to work helping furnish spaces and create homes for individuals and families starting new chapters in their lives. As a young designer, our founder partnered with The Living Room, a local organization committed to serving women experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless, on a remodel. Inspired by the work and mission of The Living Room, Natasha dreamed to one day grow her business to a point where she could support a non-profit foundation committed to furnishing families and underserved populations seeking transitional and/or permanent housing, a safe and beautiful home. Our mission is to furnish new homes for dedicated and motivated individuals or families who have experienced challenges and obstacles that led to homelessness. Now, they are working hard, and developing new strategies and skills to lead more positive and successful lives.

Natasha Stocker
Natasha StockerExecutive Director
Natasha started Inspired Spaces Design in 2005, in the corner of her living room with her baby son on her lap. Having earned a Bachelor of Arts from UC Davis and majoring in Studio Art and minoring in Art History, she later went back to school and earned an Associate’s degree in Interior Design. In addition to her natural artistic talent, Natasha is the rare designer that is formally trained in both the artistic and the technical side of design. She enjoys keeping up with design trends, but is mostly concerned with designing spaces that are functional and that keep her clients happy and healthy.

Natasha is dedicated to being a supportive mentor to her team members, and therefore only takes on a select few projects each year. “I feel incredibly fortunate to have attracted such a talented and inspiring group of women. I want to do what I can to help this next generation of designers reach their full potential.” Natasha also recently started a non profit organization (Inspired Spaces Foundation) that furnishes new homes for women and children who have recently experienced homelessness.

Born and raised on the Peninsula, Natasha moved her family to Sonoma County in 2006 to raise her son. Her passions include reading, fly fishing, kayaking, art of all kinds, and getting cozy and warm with a cup of tea any chance she can get. She loves spending time camping and being on the archery range (as well as playing Tetris and Dr. Mario) with her husband, son, and dog, Jasper Johns. She is equally as comfortable at the DeYoung Museum as she is on the river, in the office, or on a jobsite.

Success Stories

Our clients come from a myriad of backgrounds and circumstances that led to them being homeless. Whether it was escaping abuse, struggling with substance abuse issues and mental health challenges, or lack of income to pay rent, each person has demonstrated strength, resilience, perseverance and courage to ask for help.


Empowered Women, Empowering Women

Empowered Women, Empowering Women

Sonoma County interior designers working with local non-profit organizations furnishing homes for individuals and families in need, and striving for a fresh start.