I’m a Southern California girl. born and raised, and my design aesthetic reflects all those Southern California vibes with an elevated style. I love clean, modern, fresh interiors that are comfortable, inviting, and warm. I want you to LIVE in the space, not just look at it. I love to build textures and bold colors on top of a neutral color palette, throw a bit of whimsy with mostly clean, classic lines. I blend high end pieces with thrifty finds to create an eclectic look as unique as each client.
Interior design has been a part of me since I was a little girl. I was drawing floorplans to scale when I was in the 3rd grade. Trying to puzzle piece TV homes to their layout on paper… turns out TV sets don’t translate to realistic floorplans. I remember everything about my dollhouse, right down to the green and yellow floral wallpaper. Rearranging the furniture in my bedroom was a constant occurrence. I used to beg my parents to rent a moving truck so that we could move everything out, drive around the block, and then move back in, just to start "fresh."
When it came to college, I knew what I wanted to study and what I wanted to be. I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design and moved to Los Angeles to follow that career path. Starting as a design assistant, I quickly moved up the ladder to work as Senior Designer with some of the most talented designers in Los Angeles, including Elizabeth Dinkle, Windsor Smith, and most recently, Chris Barrett.
I LOVED working with these talented designers and was fortunate enough to work on projects both large and small all across the United States and even in Cabo San Lucas. My clientele ranged from high level directors, actors, musicians, and even a politician. I learned an enormous amount and thrived in each new challenge that our projects brought. Now I'm thrilled to be back in my hometown of Redlands to raise my family and share my skills with the surrounding communities.
My passion is to helping young families discover their perfect home. I love hearing their ambiguous goal for a home, then conceptualizing the space and following it through to the end result. I live for the big reveal at the end, when a client walks into the now realized space and sees that it’s better than they ever imagined and I had a hand in creating their forever home.