I began drawing floor plans and decorating at the age of 11. My grandmother never knew how she would find the house when she got home from work. As an adult I began to decorate for friends and family while I was a stay-at-home mom. It was during that time I made the decision to return to school for Interior Design.
After schooling, side projects, and an internship, life took me down different paths allowing me to travel, complete a marriage, and grow as an artist. During one of my travels, I was visiting New Orleans for the first time, and as I was walking around one of the beautiful streets in the Garden District I found myself admiring the architecture of the homes and structures as I always did during my travels. It was in that moment, in front of a beautiful home on 1st street, that I made the decision to finally follow my dreams and become an Interior Designer.
I love bringing color and textures to a space. As a Latina born and raised between Puerto Rico and the US mainland, I take pride in bringing my clients a design perspective that is heavily influenced by the colors and textures in my home island and the places I have lived in and experienced through my travels. I like to bring a unique style and a bold and diverse approach to my designs that together with the client’s vision, create a space that reflects and tells the story of who they are which is why I do not adhere to one particular style. As a storyteller, my goal is to help bring out that story by introducing my clients to what is possible based on the goal they are trying to achieve for their home.
My relationships with multiple industry trades across the board help ensure the process of creating that vision is executed properly and smoothly to maximize the experience but reduce the stress by managing all the details and the minutia that goes into the transformation of the home.