THE SPACE THAT WE LIVE IN IS SO IMPORTANT
It encourages interactions with others, and it makes those interactions comfortable. A space that is designed well eliminates frustration.
HOW IT BEGAN
My career as an interior designer started in an unofficial way when my husband and I bought our first home. Though the house was custom and well-built, it was in need of a complete over-haul. The floor plan was outdated and so were the finishes. I spent a lot of time thinking, and even dreaming about how we could change our house to fit our family’s needs. Coincidently, it was during this time that in a serendipitous way, I was introduced to interior design.
OF PRACTICING MY CRAFT
I still love what I do. The most rewarding part of my job is seeing the transformation of space, or the development of new space, and how it improves the quality of life for those who live, work, and play in it. I graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior Design from California State University, Chico, and have since become an instructor of design. I enjoy meeting, teaching, and mentoring other designers.
DEFINING & SHAPING SPACE
Specializing in interior and spatial design, I am a spatial problem solver. My approach to defining and shaping space is thoughtful and practical, yet creative and unexpected. I have a keen sense of balance and proportion that guides me in architectural planning and interior design.
of the spaces in which we live, work and play enhances the quality of our lives. I value the opportunity to help shape your spaces.