I've always been a very visual person. As a child, I was fascinated with color and texture. There is a psychology and science behind finding a well-balanced home that my visual personality and education in interior design from Stephens College allow me to understand. I understand decorating a home is a very emotional experience. That's why all of us at Studio Home develop relationships with our clients that enable us to identify with them and build up a sense of trust. My main goal is then to help figure out how to showcase our clients' style and personalities in their homes.

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