I love this question! It really gets me reminiscing and thinking back to my childhood. Some of my fondest memories were spent with my grandfather schlepping around new construction sites. You might be thinking, not the best place to bring a 9 year old, but I would beg him to bring me along. He was a successful door salesman for many, many years and a typical day for him would be meeting builders at construction sites, measuring for new doors, reviewing floor plans, and placing orders. I would spend hours at his kitchen table thumbing through Home Floor Plans and drawing and recreating them. After High School that the Interior Decorating bug bit me. I knew the only way to be a truly successful designer would be to acquire my Bachelors Degree work my way through some amazing Design Firms and really hone my skill. In the many years of working in design, I have helped many different clients in achieving their individual design goals. I always incorporate my education and my experiences, with a small infusion of my own design philosophies. I hold true to the fact that the designer needs to listen, interpret and ultimately create a space that is a beautiful reflection of each client’s uniqueness.
How long have you been in the design industry and what lead you to become an Interior Designer?
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