What does that mean?
Well, it means that you feel your best when you're in your home. You're happy to cook - and clean up -dinner. The kids have their routines locked up, and you don't have to tell them to empty their lunch-bag or put away their shoes.
There's a sense of relaxed order. Not the "that room is only for show" kind. They used to have those but families are different now. Households are certainly different after the pandemic with everyone being home. All the time. All together.
Instead of everyone retreating to their rooms on their screens - believe me, alone time is great. But when we make time and space to enjoy each other's company, do a puzzle, play a game, cook a new recipe, we feel like we accomplish something.
Everything stays fun and happy. Nothing has to be cleaned off the table to use it. You know that feeling, when there's like five things you have to do before you can do what you're trying to do. Exhausting, and by the time you actually doing the thing, you're in a mood.
So many times, we don't even get to the fun because it takes too long to take care of the work.
Oh, I've felt that so many times. So I fixed it. And I fix it for households like yours, too. Because I'll tell you, I've come to find that kids feel that energy, too. And then they're, let's just say, not as nice as they could be. The parents are unsettled, the house is a mess, and everyone is fighting all the time. Not fun.
As much as possible, I set up systems with every action the family takes during the day. Much like, "build it and they will come" concept.
Make a space where that (whatever that is) goes there, and life gets easier, and therefore, more pleasant.
Sounds cliche, but I design spaces to stimulate the senses. Quality product is one of my core values. The way the furniture is placed, the chair gives you a hug when you sit down, there's beautiful scent as you walk through the hallway, the light illuminating the original painting as you walk into your bedroom. More to come on fine art, for sure, but I want to paint this picture of being in utter bliss in your environment.
That. That's what bringing love and luxury into your home means.
Our home reflects our life and our life is reflective of the way our home makes us feel.
I use visual and tactile cues to make you feel at peace and in power at the same time. I truly believe that when there's love and luxury in a home, it creates a freedom to dream, and do, and connect with the people you love.
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