After numerous years as a clothing buyer and stylist, I fell in love with the world of interior design while building a custom home with my family and helping launch the wholesale business for a local home décor brand. Pairing my background in art and fashion with a true love for travel is at the heart of everything I create. Whether it's developing designs for a recycled textile company or partnering with artisans to procure fair-trade fabrics for my pop-up retail space, every project is rooted in honoring world traditions.
I believe a beautiful space is filled with a mixture of crafted, curated, and collected pieces. My Atlanta home is filled with old books, colorful baskets, big plants, and lots of love for my husband, Russ, and two kids, Mira and Zane.
We design and hand dye textiles, repurpose vintage fabrics, and collaborate with global artisans on new designs celebrating their traditional techniques.
We travel near and far to carefully select handmade items from independent artists and international communities in need of sustainable employment.
We scout out vintage and gently used pieces that exude bohemian character and charm.
Chefchaouen, the blue city, is a must. We work with artisans from Marrakech to the Sahara for colorful wool pots and hand-painted pottery.
Tropical paradise. The big blue waves and giant palm trees are the perfect inspiration for designing my son’s new bedroom.
We love getting lost searching for markets with handwoven textiles and colorful tassels.
Jaw-dropping landscapes. Bring your hiking boots and shop a small business selling Indigenous artwork.
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