Meet Our Team

Meet Our Team

Top Row (Left to Right): Susan Pickens, Terri Redmon, Jeremy Pounds, Mark Bisner, Jr., Ellen Redding, Deann Siegel
Bottom Row (Left to Right): Sharon Lemond, Brittney Schipp, Cindee Bell, Margy Foster, Tammy Stallings

Sharon Lemond, President

Evansville native, Sharon Lemond, earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Indiana State University of Evansville. She also holds an associate’s degree in interior design from Ivy Tech, where she was named the design program’s Outstanding Student of the Year. Additionally, she is listed in Who’s Who in American Junior Colleges. Sharon’s dynamic career path includes positions with Merrill Lynch, Shoe Carnival, Inc., and Thornton Ferrara Interiors. In 2001, she began designing, crafting, and marketing a jewelry line. With her business expertise and creative talent, Sharon’s newest venture, Enjolé Interiors, Inc., ideally suits her unique fusion of abilities. Enjolé Interiors is located in downtown Evansville at 313 Main Street. The building, which dates back to 1860, was purchased by Sharon. It was renovated for Enjolé Interiors by Evansville’s Landmark Design and Engineering, Inc.


Tammy Stallings, Director of Design and Retail

Tammy Stallings has been the creative force behind a multitude of significant projects in the Tri-State. Her numerous years in architectural, commercial, and residential design have enabled her to amass an impressively diversified portfolio. Tammy’s keen sense of style and ability to understand clients’ specific needs are key to her professional success. She has been featured on HGTV and served as lead designer for an award-winning endeavor with Evansville Parade of Homes. With more than 20 years of retail management experience, Tammy provides the tools necessary for the Enjolé team to thrive both in sales and the interior design division of the company. Tammy’s appreciation for music and theatre has greatly influenced her life. As an active supporter of the arts, she has enjoyed working with talent representing every artistic form. Above all, Tammy loves spending time with her family, and beloved pug, Penny.


Brittney Schipp, Designer

Artist and designer, Brittney Schipp, has professionally transformed a variety of spaces, including residential and commercial interiors. She loves how, “No two projects are the same.” One of her favorites? “Revamping a client’s sunroom into a fresh and lively space for the family to enjoy.” Why Enjolé Interiors? “I was drawn to the atmosphere I knew Sharon and Tammy were creating for customers and staff.” The environment features what Brittney describes as, “A dream of a design center.” Brittney’s advice to prospective clients who have never worked with a designer: “We are here to make the process fun and simple for you! There is easy access these days to design tips and ideas, which is wonderful, but it can be stressful to try to incorporate that into your own space. Let the designer do the dirty work and iron out details you may never even consider. We are just happy to create spaces that are a reflection of you, forming comforting sentiments and a place for the best memories to be made.” Brittney is a native of Santa Claus, Indiana and has lived in Evansville ten years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in studio art and business administration from the University of Southern Indiana.


Margy Foster, Designer

Expressive painter and designer, Margy Foster, firmly believes in sharing her talents. Whether inspiring students as an Interior Design instructor for 12 years at Ivy Tech Community College, or donating hand painted creations for community fundraisers while co-owning a Faux Finish studio, Margy’s giving spirit is present in every endeavor she embraces. Her beautiful murals grace several high-profile public spaces in the area.

As an experienced designer, her approachability and warmth is apparent in the inherent way she understands the significance of creating spaces clients can connect with emotionally. She explains, “I find out if my client has something they want to work into the design plan…an area rug, pillows, favorite painting, a vase…anything that has meaning to them. I’ll pull colors, textures, patterns from those objects and build my concept.” And the best part of the process? “When everything comes together and clients fall in love all over again with their home.” Although Margy is a design professional, she also values the personal bonds that form with clients. “One of my favorite things about working with clients is that many times you develop a lasting friendship…there’s a trust that you build, not only because you’re in their home, but you are in their life! I love making homes comfortable and inviting…it’s a great feeling to know your clients value your choices, input, and ideas for their home.”


Cindee Bell, Professional Design Consultant

Cindee Bell’s extensive career in design reflects a time-honored family legacy. In 1971, she began furnishing homes when her mother opened a highly-regarded furniture store and design center in Carmel, Indiana. Cindee also gained valuable experience from her father, who owned a cabinet and floor-covering store in Indianapolis—it too, featured design services. Although a native of Indianapolis, Evansville has been her home for 25 years.

We’re delighted Cindee considers Enjole’ Interiors her professional home—our entire team values her creative insights. For example, when clients express concerns regarding ever-changing trends in interior design, Cindee offers these reassuring words of wisdom: “In my opinion, it’s not about staying up to date with what’s in design, it’s staying up to date with what you like. If you like the color, if you like the style, you just stay with it and add something fresh.” Beautifully stated, Cindee.

Whether your interior design project encompasses an entire residence, or you’re wanting to freshen a single space, Cindee’s experience, talent, and enthusiasm will make a delightful difference.


Jeremy Pounds, Logistics Manager

Those who’ve encountered Jeremy Pounds at Enjolé Interiors appreciate his positive, personalized approach to customer service: “You start with a smile on your face and ask how their day is going.” As Enjolé Logistics Manager, Jeremy is a man in action, with responsibilities running the gamut from loading and unloading trucks, to overseeing scheduling and receiving, as well as using the utmost care when hanging our unique pieces of art. Jeremy’s profound respect for the items we feature is so apparent, clients even ask that he personally deliver their purchases.

Jeremy describes the atmosphere at Enjolé Interiors as, “A good, happy, working environment. I love it.” And we love having him onboard! Outside of Enjolé, the Central High School alum enjoys spending time with his wife, Kristi.


Terri Redmon, Merchandising Sales Assistant

Whether she’s grouping enchanting elements throughout the store, crafting inviting tablescapes, or helping visitors select the most-wanted gifts and must-have home accessories, Terri’s expert eye and engaging personality are the ideal combination for creating the true essence of the Enjolé experience. With a career-spanning love of both retail and design, Terri enhances Enjolé Interiors with her extensive knowledge and gracious warmth. She describes the unique qualities she values most about Enjolé Interiors: “Everyone is treated with the utmost respect and appreciation; whether it be clientele or employees. Enjolé places great importance on ensuring our customers feel welcome and comfortable the moment they walk through the door. Interacting in the growing downtown, as well as working with incredibly talented people is so energizing.” Enjolé treasures the exuberant presence of this lifelong Evansville resident. We believe you will, as well.

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