Take a look through some of my design in my home.  My goal is to provide you with a mood board filled with inspiration.   

I love my handwoven coffee table. I wanted to add more natural texture to my living room, and this did the trick.

I wanted to add more brown tones to our master bedroom, so I painted these art canvases. I hand stitched the stem of plants through the canvas to add a more unique look to the artwork.

When I decided to design my living room, I knew that I wanted a mid-century tv console, and a large gray sofa. My family and I spend a lot of time in this room watching tv, so keeping this room cozy and comfy, was the main goal.

We did a complete redesign of our master bedroom, and added some sliding curtain shade from Ikea for our closet door. New paint, night stand, headboard, and side table lamp, and a few pillows/blankets, completely change the look.

Renovating this kitchen was the most fun! I was so excited when my husband give me the "green light" to start renovations. I worked with a kitchen cabinet company that helped me design and picked out our cabinets. Everything turned out exactly how I wanted.

We remove some upper cabinets and added a hood vent with crown molding. We also move the refrigerator over to this wall. My goal was to keep it functional and organize. I think it turned out amazing!

I had a long list of must-have when designing this kitchen, and one of them was white cabinets with a large farmhouse sink. I got my dream kitchen, and I just love cooking in here.

All of our cabinets are soft close, including our pull out pantry. A must-have on my list when I design this space.

I love styling a tablescape. It truly brings out a creative side of me that I didn't know I have. This one was for Thanksgiving 2020. I kept it neutral with lots of greenery.

The tablescape looked amazing at night when all the candles are lit up. If you want to see the full view of this tablescape, go to my blog, and read all about it. I explained the whole process on how to create this look.