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.
I love a contrasting look in design, and my favorite mix is a Rustic style with a Midcentury Modern look. The metal and raw, organic wood finish from Rustic combining the midcentury modern elegance, retro look with pops of color, and iconic pieces really speak to me. I really like how you can get aspects of more than one aesthetic you like and make it into something that shows your own personality and what you want to show about yourself.
Color is my favorite design aesthetic as it has the power to transform spaces, evoke emotions, and create unique moods. When working with color, I think beyond just bold shades and explore the entire spectrum, including neutral tones and monochromatic schemes. To me, color is a language that communicates with clients and evokes certain emotions and feelings. It allows me to express my creativity and make each design unique, making color a vital aspect of my design philosophy.
Midcentury Modern and Traditional are tied for my favorite aesthetic(s). I love the complete opposite ends of the design spectrum that each represents; Midcentury Modern leans towards being architecturally bold and graphic, while Traditional has a classic and comfortable sensibility, but both incorporate playful nods to the past.
I would say the eclectic aesthetic is my favorite because it allows me to take from other styles and create something beautiful. Choosing one favorite design aesthetic is hard when interior design is constantly evolving!
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.