“Collect things you love, that are authentic to you, and your house becomes your story.”
-homeowner Erin Flett
I think this might be my favorite decorating quote of all time, because it completely describes how I’ve felt about design since the start. Yes, my style has changed, matured, grown overtime, but I’ve always cherished things with a story. It’s something people always comment on and notice in my home. I am far from a hoarder, I’m always purging and rearranging, but there are many things I have in my home that tell a story of where I’ve come from. I’d like to say I have one certain style I’m drawn to. It actually bothers me a little that I can’t be formed into that one particular look. I
Recently I had a client who needed a little help with organization, which is weird because she’s the most organized person I have ever met! Do you ever walk into someone’s house and wonder why all the dust in the world comes to your house and not theirs? What the heck right?! How do people keep their homes so clean? After walking through her home and assessing what she needed, we determined, even though she was really good at organizing her daughter’s playroom, which should be an Olympic sport by the way, it still needed something. It needed design, it needed cohesiveness, it needed to not be so serious. Here’s the catch, it’s a playroom. They didn’t want to commit too
Learning to Let Go and Just Trust
Have you ever taken a step back and looked at what’s happening in your life at that very moment? It’s almost like watching God’s hands at work, fate taking place, and the puzzle pieces fitting perfectly together. I like to think of myself as a positive person, but it took a long path to get in that spot.