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Tell us about your journey to interior design.

I’ve always had a passion for art and design from a young age and started my journey with an undergraduate degree in architecture. I then moved to NYC to get my masters in interior design after realizing my passion for design was more interiors focused. After my first year of grad school I had a summer internship with Celerie Kemble of Kemble Interiors and stayed with her for 7 years! I started my own firm in my hometown of Houston, Texas in 2015.


Your style in a few words:

Colorful, collected, layered, thoughtful, and comfortable. 


Your forever inspo:

Miles Redd
Markham Roberts


You recently completed a fab powder bath and included some special Weezie pieces. Can you give us a glimpse into the process of bringing this beautiful space together?

We suffered a hard freeze in February of 2021 here in Houston and many homes had pipes burst and do a lot of damage. One of my very oldest clients fell victim to water damage and it spurred some unplanned renovations. On the bright side, we were able to reinvent a few spaces that were in need of an update including this pool bathroom. We added a door to the outside for easy poolside access, added a patterned cement tile floor, a porcelain pedestal sink and bead board wainscotting for a bit of old school charm. The wallpaper and color story reference the views to the exterior of the home and bring the garden inside. 


The design brief:

 

 

Wallpaper:
Line: Flat Vernacular 
Pattern: Meadow - Heliotrope Wallpaper

Trim and door color: Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue, HC-150

Mirror: Jamie Young

Fixtures: Faucet - Watermark Haley in Polished Nickel

That sink!: Sink - Barclay Milano Console

Your Weezie pick: Piped Hand Towel with River embroidery


Before you go…

What are you reading?
I like a light read before bed to mellow my busy brain. I just finished the entire Bridgerton series and have moved onto the Secret Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab. On a Saturday or Sunday morning you’ll find me browsing the latest design magazine or coffee table book with multiple cups of coffee. 


Who are you following?
Way too many people! But I feel really inspired lately by Julia Berolzheimer, Lisle McKenna, Summer Thornton Design, Henry and Co, Matthew Carter Interiors to name a few.


What’s next? 
We have two new construction projects wrapping up towards the end of the year that we are excited to install, a few renovations that just started and lots of fun decorating projects in the works. There’s always something new happening every day!


Recent interiors splurge:
Does gut renovating an entire home count? Ha! My husband and I bought and renovated a home during Covid and I’m about to start another phase of decorating and adding layers. More wallpaper is on the horizon first! 


Recent interiors steal:
I’m always nabbing fabulous things at auctions (or attempting to) and grabbed a giltwood roped stool and a gilded marble top table for clients just last week.


Recent Instagram saves:
The Ark Elements tabletop goodies, quite a few Caribbean resorts I want to visit, Susie Atkinson wallpapers, and popsicle resin sculptures by Betsy Enzensberger.