As a child, Lauren May spent her time redesigning and building furniture for her dollhouse. As a teen, she devoured Architectural Digests. As a Design Consultant with a background in mental health counseling, she is a kind companion along your home design journey. Lauren’s relationships with her clients help her to achieve their ultimate vision for their home, including considerations for emotional health and financial constraints. For Lauren, it’s about more than the look of a home. It’s about finding unique solutions to create a home. Good design really does impact mental health. When you shop Furnitureland South, Lauren is a grounding presence, the calm amid many options, because she sees the people the furniture will serve and their stories unfolding. “Furniture can be a reminder of past experiences,” Lauren said. “Much like monuments, it can act as launching places for our own experiences. For example, I now own my grandparents’ formal dining room table. When I see it, I’m reminded of the memories we shared, and I am also able to imagine my grandmother as a young woman, filled with hopes and dreams for the future, picking out the table for her first home.” Lauren is a former Disney World cast member, who won awards for safety, courtesy and efficiency. It’s no wonder that she gives each client an organized experience, leaving no question unanswered at the world’s largest furniture store.