Today’s home tour is a house I’ve been working on for the past year. Back orders, delays and waiting to get everything just right – I think we finally did.
With one of the smartest four year olds I’ve met and an adorable new born, this family wanted to create a space that was put together and stylish but not too delicate. As in most open concept homes, this is where the family spends most of their time, so kid friendly and durable were key. Mom Jami has a great eye and as a fan of Joanna Gaines, I new a Modern Farmhouse esthetic was the perfect look for this space.
When I first delved into the world of interiors – professionally – I struggled with what to call myself. I hesitated to call myself a designer as I’m not formally trained and decorator didn’t quite feel right. It’s only been in the last few months that I’ve come up a title – Stylist. I style spaces. From finishes to furnishing to accessories, I style. I’m an interior stylist.
Try as I might, there is no denying I’m drawn to traditional design elements. Architectural details like moldings and paneling, tufting, florals and antiques – yes please. So it’ll come as no surprise that I chose this 1830s Greek Revival home to feature as this week’s inspired interiors post.