I would say my favorite design aesthetic is mid-century modern with elements of eclectic and bohemian styles. I like clean, sleek lines and modern design. I also like vibrant colors and layered textures. I like to bring everything together in a simple, functional, and stylish design.
My favorite design aesthetic is a combination of modern, farmhouse and bohemian. I really appreciate homemade and authentic items in a house, things with stories behind them and love to incorporate items with a meaning when creating a space in someone's home. With that being said I can also appreciate minimal, clean space and the beauty of simplicity but love pops of color and mismatched patterns all at the same time.
Good design should have personality, be a reflection of you, and tell a story. That's why I am often drawn to a bohemian/global style. Bohemian designs utilize gorgeous statement pieces sourced from the most interesting places. They transport you back to that amazing place in the world just by being in them.
I am most drawn to neutral and natural palettes with pops of colors. I bring an international, modernistic, wabi-sabi aesthetic to home design. I am inspired by minimalistic designs that are highly functional and provide a peaceful and cozy home environment.
There's nothing better than a cozy inviting space that feels like home! My favorite design aesthetic is bohemian because of the lines, patterns, textiles, and that pop of green with plants that gives the room authenticity and life. I also like modern and contemporary styles.
I love to create comfortable and practical spaces that inspire people to enjoy and feel better in life. For me as a designer, combining different styles makes the place completely original and unique so I enjoy mixing textures, patterns and colors to create the perfect environment according the the client's favorite style.
I love to create spaces that reflect the personalities of my clients! I would describe my design aesthetic as eclectic with a great balance of different styles such as bohemian and mid century with plenty of natural elements and textures for warmth. Color is my specialty! I love a color challenge and know how to combine colors in a playful yet sophisticated way.
I believe that form follows function; after all, I teach this subject at an architectural school. But once we've covered the first one, why not have fun with the second one? Evidence-Based Design such as biophilia gives us all the theory we may need in order to get a good-looking space of wellness.
I love a mix of Midcentury modern pieces with natural elements, but there must always be a little bit of sparkle. Something that will catch your eye and make the room feel more elegant. Classic clean lines coupled with a mixture of textures and a little glam are what make me swoon.