My love for interior design started early. My childhood home, decorated by my design-savvy parents, is warm and layered. It still serves as a source of inspiration and has deeply informed my design philosophy.
I believe a home should be inviting and well-curated and a reflection of those who actually inhabit it. I am adept at weaving together styles and periods. A 19th century Swedish Gustavian chest can live in harmony with a sculptural lamp from the 1970s: this tension is what makes a room interesting. I love working with color and pattern but am also grounded in neutrals and texture and appreciate both in equal measure.
Each client has a unique perspective and I collaborate closely to understand this point of view. I let my client’s individual needs and tastes guide the process to achieve a shared vision for the home.
Good design can have a profound impact on happiness. Your home will serve as the backdrop of your family’s shared memories, and I take the role of creating this beloved space very seriously.
When I am not dreaming of beautiful spaces, I can be found exploring my city, San Francisco, with my husband and two daughters.