Color is not an exact science. Color is intangible, it is relative to its surroundings.

It’s not one color you love, it’s the combination of color, light and texture.

I design color palettes from a fine artist’s point of view, this can mean a minimalist design consisting of whites and woods or a saturated, layered color palette.  It depends on your goals. Whatever your style is, the result will be tasteful, elegant and stand the test of time.

The home design process is like making a piece of art: draw attention here, away from there, repeat a pattern , highlight an area , carry the eye around, create balance, step back, edit & finish.  I collaborate directly with architects, homeowners, developers, real estate agents and general contractors on all sizes/styles of homes & commercial buildings.

My passion is helping people make their home or business reflect their style.  I  am honest, opinionated and fast at what I do and look forward to helping you uncover your true style.


~Purchase College NY 1995 BFA Printmaking

~Leatrice Eiseman’s Color Psychology Workshop on Bainbridge Island, WA. 2005 

~Painter & Arts education advocate 

~Published July 2012 NW Home Magazine,– part of an amazing team of designers and architects..

~Gray Magazine Conversations @ Room & Board. July 31st 2014 invited to be on a panel discussing bringing color into your  home.

~Published April 2015 NW Home Magazine, Architect, Builder and Homeowner collaboration