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About Us | LeighDeux Dorm

Our Company

Partners Leigh Goodwyn and Leigh-ann Sprock of Charlotte, North Carolina, launched LeighDeux in 2013 after Goodwyn’s oldest daughter had difficulty sourcing chic bedding in the XL twin size.

The two Leigh’s quickly realized there was a demand for upscale dorm furnishings. Recognizing the challenges of living in a small space, they set out to create a collection that would prove functional, as well as capture the essence of a professionally designed space. The two shared a similar vision and were both drawn to a global and vibrant palette.

Their eponymous collection pronounced (Lee-Do), was originally conceived for students living on campus, but is now being adopted for everyday home! The chic and globally inspired textiles meld color with global whimsy and are designed exclusively for LeighDeux. Staying true to their southern roots, their soft goods are manufactured in the Carolinas. All of their products are sourced in the USA.

The Deux-o behind LeighDeux decided that it was not enough to launch a product line of soft goods and accessories, they wanted to build a brand that stood for something more. They want to help reinvigorate the textile industry in the Carolinas, create jobs and give back. With those goals in mind, LeighDeux decided that a portion of their proceeds would go to fund scholarships for deserving students. Their mantra is simple, deck a dorm, prep a mind!

Goodwyn and Sprock, both mothers of teen-age students, feel they are at the perfect point in life to tackle dorm décor and more! They believe creating a space that fosters comfort, stability and success are key to helping students make a life changing transition.  The LeighDeux philosophy translates beyond the dorm into everyday life!

Made in the USA

LeighDeux is committed to building a brand that is made in USA.

  • We support local commerce and are dedicated to bringing jobs and prosperity by to America.
  • We believe there is a growing appetite for domestically made goods and want to be a part of the movement.
  • We encourage American values and strive to create American success stories.
  • We proudly stand for quality and believe Americans make some of the highest quality products in the world.
  • Our soft goods are designed and manufactured into Carolinas.
  • Our furniture and accessories are made in the USA, primarily in the southeast.
Fueling Entrepreneurship

When LeighDeux was created, there was a desire to build more than just a profitable business. LeighDeux wants to empower other women to do the same. To that end LeighDeux has created a scholarship fund using a portion of every sale. Our mantra is simple, deck a dorm, prep a mind! Please follow LeighDeux as we grow! Once the scholarship fund is fulfilled, LeighDeux will open up the application process.

Learn More           on the LeighDeux YouTube Channel.

LeighDeux Team

Leigh Goodwyn | Co-founder
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Co-Founder

Leigh Goodwyn

Goodwyn co-founded the company in 2013 with partner, Leigh-ann Sprock after her daughter had difficulty sourcing chic bedding in the XL twin size.  Coming from a family of textile machine manufacturers, her goal was to create a brand whose products could be designed and made in the Carolinas.  She also wanted to build a mission-driven business by creating a scholarship program for deserving young women.

Prior to launching LeighDeux, Goodwyn had 20 years of marketing experience with major television networks including Turner Broadcasting, Inc. and Discovery Networks, where she worked in Affiliate Marketing, Advertising Sales/Marketing and eventually rose to Head of International Marketing. Goodwyn has also served as Vice President of Marketing for Discovery Place, Inc., a leading science and natural history museum based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Goodwyn sits on the Board of Visitors for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the Women’s leadership Council at UNC. She served three terms on the Board of Trustees for Discovery Place, and three terms on the Board of Directors for Women’s Impact Fund. She has also served on the Board of Directors for Girls on the Run, and Charlotte's Levine Museum of the New South, and the Mint Museum Auxiliary.

Goodwyn is a 1988 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in the Advertising/Marketing sequence. While at UNC, Goodwyn was a reporter for the UNC News Bureau, a member of Kappa Delta sorority and a Carolina Cheerleader. With an affinity for art and interior design, Goodwyn enjoys international travel and researching global textile trends. Goodwyn resides in Charlotte with her husband, Bill Goodwyn, and their two children.

Leigh-ann Sprock | Co-founder
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Co-Founder

Leigh-ann Sprock

Sprock co-founded this company in 2013 with partner, Leigh Goodwyn after realizing there was a void in the marketplace for upscale dorm furnishings. Recognizing the challenges of dorm living, they set out to create a collection that would prove functional, as well as capture the essence of a professionally designed space.

Prior to launching LeighDeux, Sprock was introduced to entrepreneurship through her husband, Martin Sprock, and was involved with the initial development of many of his fast casual restaurant franchises including Moe’s Southwest Grill, among others.

Prior to that Sprock was a real estate agent with Harry Norman Realtors for 10 years in Atlanta. It was there she developed her passion for design, texture and color. Having designed a number of her own homes, Sprock grew her appreciation for the art of design and knew her next endeavor would be centered on that.

Sprock has a keen interest in philanthropy and supports a number of local and regional charities. She is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Sprock has served on the Board of Directors for the Mint Museum Auxiliary, and held many leadership positions in Charlotte.

Sprock is a 1989 graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Business Administration. She was a member of Delta, Delta, Delta sorority. Sprock enjoys traveling, and procuring international art and antiques. Originally from South Africa, Sprock moved to the United States as a teen-ager and now resides in Charlotte, North Carolina with her husband, Martin Sprock, and their two children.