I have a degree in fashion design from the Savannah College of Art and Design but never really liked working in the fashion industry; I'm not a native Texan, but my husband is; spiders and clutter are my nemeses; I strongly believe the Oxford comma should NOT be optional; "A place for everything and everything in its place" is something I live by; I'm an avid DIYer; taking naps and reading are among my favorite pastimes; I'm really looking forward to working with you ;)
This is a question stylists and designers seem to get a lot, but it seems like such a restrictive way of thinking! I wouldn't describe myself as having any one particular style; I don't favor mid-century over traditional, or minimalism over maximilism (is that a word?), and in fact I try to avoid decorating within any of these confines. Instead I'd say I have a design point of view: that a space should bring joy and peace of mind to those in it. If that isn't achieved, than what does it matter what style it is?
make your home your happy place
I believe there's an inextricable link between one's surroundings and the state of their mental health. I don't mean that it's easier to be happy at home than at the DMV (that's just a given). But think about that DMV: the lighting's bad, the furniture is uncomfortable, and the only decor to look at are posters about traffic laws. How would you feel if your home had these same issues? I've always been very aware that I can make my life less stressful by filling my home with things I love, styled thoughtfully. Life is stressful enough. Let me help you make your home your happy place.