Since my beginnings in NYC, my youth in the midwest, my education and beginnings of a married life in the South via Southern California, the Midwest and eventually the great state of Texas; my road has been one of colorful travel and diverse surroundings. All that has amounted to a wide perspective of the world and the beauty each environment brings to a person’s aesthetic.
Today, I am a purveyor of many tastes and styles, visions and venues. My background in people, places and perspectives gives me the ability to cover the gamut as far as styles go, and my relationships with local contractors and artisans enhance each worksite and project. What I focus on most with my clients is distilling down what your story is and how that story becomes the backdrop for your home.
Thanks to being reared in a large family and being transplanted throughout the US because of my husband’s colorful career, I've mastered the art of starting over and creating spaces that root me back to things that are most important to me: faith, family, and friends. I carry this over into my work by designing your home based on your story's roots, but keeping your future story in mind. Your story is the best story, and having your space reflect that will give you the confidence to live your best day everyday.
Awards & Honors
2017 Dallas Tour of Homes
2016-2018 Dallas Country Club Auction Decor Chair
2016-2018 University Park Elementary Display Case Chair
2015 Luxury for Literacy featured designer
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How it all began
Years ago...before decorating Dallas, before a retail location in Little Rock, before working with indie boutiques pitching new products for SoCal’s indie brand Urban Decay, and before pursuing the NE’s most prestigious collegiate campuses with trend-spotters & trend-setters came my first official foray into interior design and construction consulting with one of the South’s biggest commercial developers and construction companies. Since designing GA's biggest commercial developer's interiors, I've found new ways to use my passion no matter where I live. After revamping my TX home years ago, a local realtor invited me to host an event with hopes of fostering a community of local design in Dallas... the rest is history in this amazing city!
her biggest cheerleaders
Although I am grateful to be a designer; I am most blessed to call myself a wife, a mother, and a coordinator of chaos for four wonderful children! They have taught me the importance of functionality in design, how to create spaces your children will feel safe and free to imagine in, and so much more. I am so grateful for my husband and kids’ constant encouragement and I hope that by watching their mom follow her dream they will feel empowered to go after theirs!