I care deeply about customer satisfaction. If I work with you, you can be comfortable knowing that I will do my absolute best to exceed your expectations. I give my persoal attention to each and every design whether I am the primary contact or not. Design should be fun, not stressful. Change in a personal space can be surprisingly emotional, but the end result should be something that you are thrilled with.
I analyze spaces. It's what I do without realizing it. I can't walk into a space without picking apart the pieces and redesigning it in my head. I love putting a room together and watching it transform into the client's vision, whether the goal is modern, industrial, charming, urban, bohemian, nautical, or eclectic. Seeing that transformation take place gives me an undeniable rush. It feels like you're a kid putting the last pieces of a 1000 piece puzzle together every time.
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Frequently asked questions
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
BFA in Design from University of Texas at Austin
How did you get started in this business?
People have always asked me to help with interior design. It seems like the work has sought me out even when I wasn't actively looking for it. Being a designer, you get asked to do different kinds of projects all the time, but the interior projects have always been my favorite.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I have worked on residential & commercial projects. I liekt hem both, they bring different challenges to the table. I believe both can and should feel like personal spaces when they're complete.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
You want to work with someone you can talk to, if you don't feel like they are understanding what you're saying or if they aren't picking up on your personal style cues, they're not the right fit.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
Think about your lifestyle & how you and your family or buisness use the space. The use of space informs most of the design. Good design is about problem solving. It's functional as well as beautiful. Knowing a realistic budget and a timeline are key. Keep in mind that the budget doesn't have to be big to make a serious impact.