Location: San Francisco
There is no one main inspiration for my home. I feel that it’s a collective of my interests, background and style, which is constantly evolving. I am always discovering new architecture, design, music, art and fashion that influences and inspires my style. The best thing about creativity is that we get to reinvent ourselves all the time.I am instinctively drawn to objects and the organization of space. Through my background in art I am hugely influenced and inspired by science and nature, and collect objects that reflect this.
My true passion is furniture and I have been designing pieces for 13 years. Some of my favorite pieces are my own. I have an addiction to collecting furniture pieces.
The biggest challenge this space poses (aside from not having a studio) is curbing my antique/ thrift store, flea market and ground score impulses because the space is so small. I really have had to control that urge to drag everything home thinking that I can totally do something with it. My second challenge is sharing my space with my 80 lb puppy, Superdog, who does not share the same level of design.