My husband and I would have celebrated our five-year anniversary in London this summer, but instead we created a new story to commemorate this special milestone: We turned our focus to our home to make it feel even more personal. James has transformed the workshop into a man cave full of tools, bikes, indoor rower and Purdue memorabilia. I’ve been working on renovation plans that will result in a complete transformation into the home we’ve always wanted … in time to celebrate our 10-year anniversary in our new digs, I hope.
Despite what you might think, even interior designers don’t always have perfect homes. There’s always room for improvement, things to do that can help our homes tell our stories. It’s our largest investment, the place where we spend most of our time, that holds our fondest possessions, that keeps our family safe. Isn’t it worthwhile to take steps, no matter how incremental, so it better reflects your story and your growth, both individually and as a family? Check out my first newsletter with some tips on how to incorporate your personality into your home.
I am grateful and honored to have helped so many families, couples, single professionals, and empty nesters over the past 15+ years to emotionally connect to their spaces—through their eyes and lives. I’d like to feature a couple of unique spaces that I found great joy in designing, developing, and bringing to life.