Design Roots

I’ve been told I had a strong eye for design from an early age, spending hours redecorating my childhood bedroom REPEATEDLY. I felt a need to optimize space, eliminate clutter and create unique vignettes.

Growing up my mother Gina owned an antique store, which was my playground for arranging the many rooms of the 1930’s bungalow that housed it. I loved scouring flea markets for quality furniture and valuables and learned a lot about color values and empty space. later in life, my design interests shifted to modern and mid-century style and marrying the two in simple clean spaces focusing on comfort; comfort both physically and mentally. My goal in every room is to make every person who enters it feel welcome and inspired by color and use of texture.