Interior Design Degree from Texas State University in San Marcos

Fine Arts Degree from The University of Texas at Austin

NCIDQ Tested

Texas Board of Architectural Examiners Registered Interior Designer 10613

Background Checked & Fingerprinted by TBAE

12 Hours yearly training in Health, Safety & Welfare for design & construction

Vice Chair of the Wylie City Council Historic Review Commission 2014-2016



     In my 20 years of experience, I have been an art teacher, floral designer, visual merchandiser, graphic designer, movie set decorator and for the last 14 years, an interior designer. During this time I have developed a deep appreciation for authenticity in design. I love harmony, balance & tradition layered with modern function, color and personality.  In addition to interiors, I design new homes from the ground up in historical styles with modern floor plans.

  I’m  a Texas Registered Interior Designer, and old house enthusiast. I live just outside of Dallas Texas. I love to restore & renovate old houses, designing historic reconstruction, and adding character to new homes through architectural detail and decor.  Inspired by beautifully restored and perfectly maintained historic places, I love fixer uppers and diamonds in the rough.

I’ve had a lifelong love of all things creative and artistic. My passion for vintage started in college when I discovered my first vintage clothing shop.  I soon discovered antique architecture and furnishings while working on my first movie, which was set in the 1920’s.

When I’m not designing houses, you can find me fixing up my own vintage Cape Cod cottage, or shopping at vintage shops and antique markets, or visiting historic places.

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