A long time ago, I gave up my snow boots for rain and gray skies. I love Seattle, although, the transition between fall and winter is pretty much the same― rain soaked busy-bodies, trudging through the city screaming, “Go hawks!,” while toting their green mermaid cups. One thing is for sure, the gray skies and crisp winds keep me yearning for warmer days.
What I love most about being a designer is helping my clients feel relaxed in their space. You’d be surprised how a little paint and accessories can change a room. Besides, throw pillow and furniture, I find great pleasure and helping my clients create flow and balance in their space. It’s easy for life to get in the way; causing mail and clutter to take over our space.
One of the things love most about design is saving money on amazing products. I get a little tingle in my pants when I visit my favorite stores and items are on sale. Any seasoned designer will tell you quality is important, but having to give up your first born child for a designer duvet is a no-no (Well, it depends on the child).
Whether it’s texture, color, style or material, I love the drama that comes with matching two seemingly disparate elements in a pleasing way. So, when it came to redesigning the kitchen in our new home, my vision was clear before we even signed the settlement papers.