Tracey Becker began her interior design business in the 1990s while living in Luxembourg. A former investment banker with a passion for design, Tracey began designing by way of the purchase and total renovation of a rambling, old and crumbling farmhouse in the Luxembourg countryside. This home, eventually photographed for Elle Decoration Magazine, catapulted her to the forefront of Luxembourg interior design. Her projects included a cooking school for the first female winner of the infamous Paul Bocuse award, a Swiss ski chalet, and the opportunity to design the kitchen for the Grand Duke of Luxembourg among other prestigious projects.
Upon her return to the Boston area in 1998, Tracey eventually opted to settle in Weston, Massachusetts with her family. She then founded Tracey Becker Interiors, a full-service interior design firm with an office in Newton Center.
In addition to her Interior Design services, Tracey manages large-scale home renovations, working closely with architects, builders and contractors.
Her design style is understated, uncluttered, sophisticated yet very comfortable. She takes a minimalist approach to design, which is evident in her work. Her use of a soft palate with natural tones and light,play a key role in every project and her sense of subtle sophistication embodies her work.