I have always been a creative at heart — inspired by the stories I’m told, places I’ve been, and people I meet. Growing up, my love for design was ignited when my parents gave me cart blanche in decorating my bedroom (ok, within reason). With each few years, as I would grow older, my room’s design would evolve with me. And it was very quickly that I learned what an impact your personal space can make on your overall wellbeing.
My design style is a blend of old world meets new; infused with pieces that hold meaning or have a unique story to tell. And in a world of social media algorithms and scrollable eye-candy, it can be easy to lose sight of how to represent your own personal flare into the spaces you spend the most time in. I’m here to serve as your true North in navigating your home’s personality.
As a marketer, my days are spent working with clients and engaging in creative problem solving to bring visions and ideas to life. My role as an interior designer is not much different, but it is a lot more fun. Ultimately, it is my job to ensure my clients (you!) feel heard, are thrilled with the final outcome, and can have a good laugh along the way.
No detail is spared during this process. I’m going to take as much time as needed to get to know you, your passions, your goals and how you need your space function. What’s most important to you? What colors make you feel the most confident? What do you want to feel when you walk into your home? All of this and more will be taken into consideration when designing your home and I’ll bring you recommendations that fit the bill. Whether it’s thrifted, restored, or custom-made, we’ll work together to curate a space that’s perfectly you.
I competed in the Miss America scholarship pageants while in college and placed in the top 15 twice at Miss Florida. The scholarships earned through my competitions helped me pay down the majority of my tuition for several years in a row.
I grew up in a do-it-yourself household. My father is a general contractor, my grandfather was a carpenter and blacksmith by trade, both my mom and grandmother are very talented artists, and I learned at a very young age not only how important it is to be resourceful, but how rewarding it is to become immersed in the act of creating. I am sure who I am as a designer today is largely rooted in the amazing influences I had as a child.
My husband and I got married on Friday the 13th and self-proclaimed, and manifested, this day as the luckiest day of the year! We weren’t wrong. The wedding went off without a hitch, not a single person cancelled last minute, and it was the most memorable night of our lives! Two days later, the entire world shutdown thanks to COVID. We barely made the date!
I am fluent in American Sign Language and began taking classes when I was ten. I eventually went on to compete in performing American Sign Language to song and won first place for performance in the Southeast Region two years in a row.
Outside of work I embark on DIY projects in my own home, explore the trendiest food scenes, and try to get outside as much as possible!
“I claimed sushi as the one food I could never live without. Still true.”