We approach each project thoughtfully, intentionally, and with a fresh perspective. After all, no two clients are the exact same!
In order to create a home that is beautiful, tells your story, and enhances your quality of life with beauty and ease (yes your life can actually become easier with good design), we examine how you live, how you want to live, what you love, who you love, where you’ve been, and where you want to go. In other words, we create a home that reflects you and supports your unique way of living.
We're based in Los Angeles CA and Fort Worth TX but serve clients Nationwide.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. From an early age, art and design have been my passion.
That passion led me to study interior design at FIDM in downtown LA. My professional career began with designing commercial spaces, before moving on to events and trade shows, and eventually focusing on retail design. I most recently served as creative director of the Environmental Design team at the California-based shoe and apparel company, Vans. My work at Vans encompassed a wide range of global design projects: from standard stores and window displays to fully immersive and experiential boutique stores. After nine years and three children, I stepped away to focus on my growing family, but have continued to find ways to pursue my passion.
I truly enjoy every aspect of the design process, especially the technical side of it. I fully immerse myself in the technical drawings, 3-D renderings, and client presentations—finding the work strangely therapeutic. By obsessing over the details, I love finding ways to bring Glamour Nest’s beautiful projects to life.
Senior Designer & Rendering Artist
I would love to say that my love of design started as a young girl growing up in a beautiful Mansion filled with priceless art, antiques, and furniture. But as luck would have it…I grew up poor – “my sweet young mother cooking on a hot plate poor.”
Needless to say my love of design grew from a very personal need for a home.
My first “home” was my parents’ window tinting shop – cinder block walls and fluorescent lights being the height of aesthetic choice.
Finally, when I was in the 4th grade my parents were able to purchase our first real home –They decided to not only decorate my room first but to let me do the decorating! I carefully picked out 2nd-hand white Bassett furniture with dentil detailing and gold accents, a beautiful canopy bed dressed in a floral comforter. To complete the room, I opted for light blue walls with pink stenciled roses.
Design has the power to change not only your mood but how you feel about yourself. As a little girl, that bedroom made me feel beautiful, worthy, loved, and safe.
As I grew older, my love of the home extended into a love for design.
PS I graduated with BFA from Texas Christian University.