Duende Curation is the creative culmination of interior designers and lifelong best friends, Rachel Harrison and Jennifer Scott. After nearly a decade of applying their eye for the beautiful to interior spaces, the duo recognized the need for a boutique-style niche platform for purchasing art. Their vision behind creating Duende is to offer an online gallery from which an entire space can be curated with meaningful art of mixed mediums, created by a variety of artists, while establishing a cohesive relationship between the pieces; their focus is to allow their clientele the comfort of knowing their selections have been professionally curated to effortlessly create striking collections within their homes or businesses.

 "We have collaborated with a small group of inspiring artists, both fine artists and photographers, to present a select set of Limited Edition Prints all offered within a universal size & pricing platform. Our gathering of artists and chosen works have been curated from around the world to create a singularly cohesive collection, within which all the available prints work symbiotically together whether you choose one piece or many for your space. We mingle impactful art with the public, allowing the everyday collector to build their gallery based on a connection with each piece... we invite you to explore the 'Duende': the mysterious power of art to deeply move a person"

- Rachel & Jenn




A creative soul through and through, Rachel has spent the last decade exploring and embracing her visionary skillsets, following both her impassioned eye & keen intuition to build her own Interior Design Firm,  Roomcraft Design + Renovation. Rachel's designs have garnered her an excellent reputation amongst the design community, as well as with her clientele base; a detail-focused mind and holistic approach to design has allowed her to expand into residential, commercial and design + build aspects of the industry. Featured in numerous North American print & digital design publications, Rachel now shifts her artistic focus to include fine art - with a lifelong passion for mixed mediums, she has introduced her first collection of original works, as well as an inquisitive abstract set of Limited Edition Prints with Duende.




"I style the world to tell a story. I offer Interiors & Lifestyle Design with a focus on creating spaces and moments that are reflective of individuality, personality and lasting impression."

Jennifer is a Vancouver-based designer and influencer known for creating spaces and moments that are reflective of individuality, personality and lasting impression. The signature style within her design firm, A Good Chick To Know, is eclectic, approachable and ultimately chic. 

A public figure for all things style, Jennifer is a recurring style expert for a variety of media destinations. With her infectious personality and down-to-earth approach to design, she can be found offering her perspective on beautiful living with numerous television outlets, including regular appearances on  CTV Morning Live, as well as respected design columns with print publications like The Westender. 

With a keen sense of aligning brands with her audience, Jennifer is regularly requested for brand collaborations within the social influencing realm. With clients such as The Real Canadian Superstore, Best Buy, Links of London and Nespresso, she is able to bring her approach to a well-designed lifestyle to a wide reach of viewers.

Jennifer also is a sought-after guest speaker for live events: she has regularly taken the main stage for the Vancouver Home + Design Show, the Home + Garden Show in Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary, as well as hosted live fashion events for clients like Cadillac Fairview malls.

Jennifer's interior design projects have gained local, national and international media attention, with many of her designs featured in National and International publications such as House & Home Magazine, Design Bureau, Gray Magazine, Western Living Condos, Framework Magazine, Home Makeover Magazine as well as The Province and The Vancouver Sun.