Martina Servos has been designing homes, office spaces, retail locations and photo shoots for more than 30 years. Servos got her start in her native Germany after studying interior architecture under some of Europe’s most influential designers. While there, Servos also studied carpentry, furniture design, drawing as well as technical drafting and the basics of architecture. In 1987, Servos graduated at the top of her class with the degree of Engineer of Interior Architecture.

Arriving to the States in 2003, Servos began working in Manhattan with Laura Bohn, a member of The Interior Design Hall of Fame. A little later, in September 2006, she branched out spreading her European flair throughout the suburbs of Northern New Jersey through her firm Lemon Grass, which has been featured in the design section of The Star-Ledger as well as in New Jersey Design & NJ Monthly.