Design is something I started early on in life, only I didn’t know it.
From my 6th grade bedroom to half a dorm room in college to multiple rented spaces, I’ve reveled in creating home wherever I am. International living has offered me global lessons in style, color, fabrics, lighting, and space. For this, I am very grateful.
Having lived in various parts of the world (California, Spain, Colombia, Tunisia, Korea) and picking up decor pieces from travels, inevitably contributes to my own eclectic design style. In 2011, I successfully completed certification in Interior Design & Architecture. As I delve into the design realm and engage in projects, I am also getting ready to embark on a life transition that highlights interior design as my passion. Follow Happy Impermanence to find out more on this.
Somebody’s Home refers to the spaces created for a unique and personal imprint that offer comfort and joy. It is also a place that welcomes like a wreath on the front door or a light in a window.
Enjoy poking around and thanks for reading.