What are your three must-haves?
Jazzercise, high heels, and my pets
How would you describe your design style?
Clean and transitional with a twist and a focus on function. My rooms should contain at least one “wow” element, and never be “average”
What are your inspirations?
Magazines and movie sets
What is the essential element of any room?
Ottomans,they are more functional than a cocktail table and allow the chance to introduce a fabulous fabric to the space. Any touch of black, be it small or large, is also a must!
How would you describe yourself in a word?
A favorite Design Lines moment:
Designing a nursery and then seeing children in it!
An ideal summer day is…
Sitting at the beach with my husband & family, drink in hand, snacking on boiled peanuts.
What does value mean for you?
Functional, well-priced, quality-made pieces
What’s on your DVR? What shows do you keep up with?
The Real Housewives of (any of them)
Favorite paint color and why?
Benjamin Moore’s Wedgewood Gray HC-146– It meshes well with any color it works well in a bedroom or a bath. Farrow & Ball’s Powder blue is also a similar favorite, but it has a hint of green in it.
How did you get started in this field?
As a high school senior I became interested in the psychology of color. I think it’s really interesting how color can affect your mood. My parents had worked with a designer for their beach home and then I had the chance to intern with her at the beach.
Where’s your favorite place that you’ve traveled? St. Thomas
Where’s one place that you love to have the opportunity to work on a project?
Locally- a high end hotel
Abroad- the Virgin Islands
What do you enjoy most about what you do?
The opportunity to work with such great clients and co-workers and doing something different everyday.