For the past several years I’ve designed commercial interiors within award winning architecture firms, fun AirBnB’s and many beautiful and spa like bathrooms. All of these experiences combined have enriched my knowledge and skills, bestowing me with a deeper understanding of creative flow, design in architecture, appropriate material selection and the complex construction process.
If you would like to request to work with me on your own project, I thank you for considering me. I am currently open for pre-sale home renovations and bathroom remodels. To begin, click here: Contact Me, leave me your contact information and a brief description telling me how I can help.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Did you have to go to school to work as an interior designer?
No. You don’t have to go to school to practice interior design, or make it your lifelong career. In my case, I received formal design education from The New York School of Interior Design as well as Interior Designers Institute in beautiful Newport Beach, CA the rest of my education was real world work experience, and 1 or 2 epic fails!
2. When you walk into a room, are you already redesigning it in your brain?
Sometimes, yes. Sorry! But there is no judgement. It’s just the way I’m wired. I see opportunities for design and adding life to a space or utilizing it in a way that better serves it’s occupants. I always say interior design chose me, I didn’t choose it!
3. What is your favorite trend or style?
This one is hard because I can appreciate a lot of trends. I do tend to look to the architecture to inform the interiors firstly, then the needs of the client – do they need branding if it’s a business? is this a family home? These are things that are determined in a consultation of course, but I digress, design that is timeless, clean, elegant, with a pop of something unexpectedly delightful is always a winner with me.
4. Where do you get your ideas from?
Being the California girl that I am, the ocean and other bodies of water inspire me a lot. The night sky when the moon is full and the stars are bright. Sometimes the color on a coffee mug, a textile, a song or a lyric, a special someone, and other amazing designers of course!