I’m so excited to share that my home tour was featured on The Everygirl today! I was actually profiled on the site in 2017 when I was living in my old apartment in Georgetown, and I’m absolutely thrilled that I had the opportunity to be profiled again. It’s also fun to look back and see how much my style has changed since then–my style was so girly and “young” back then, but man, I loved that place, too!
As much as moving around from city to city–or even just from one neighborhood to another–can be a chore, I’m grateful that I’ve had the opportunity to live in so many different cities and apartment units over the past five years since graduating from college. The memories that I’ve created in these places are far more significant and meaningful than the decor–when I look back on my apartment in NYC, for example, I don’t recall my furniture and wall art so much as I remember living in a beautiful neighborhood, being able to (surprisingly) host tons of friends in my studio, grabbing $2 pizza slices at the place down the street, waving to my friendly doorman each day, walking home from the 2nd Avenue bars or to the park to read and picnic on weekends, and so much more. While I love to decorate, a home is so much more than the physical items inside of it–and that’s partly why having my home tours posted online is so special to me, as I feel like I’m truly sharing a little sliver of my life in addition to the decor and pieces I’ve collected and styled. (That said, interior design is a huge passion of mine, so it’s a pinch me moment to see my room on display online!).
Thank you to everyone who has sent kind comments on the feature, and hello to those hopping over to my blog for the first time–I hope you come back soon! And a big thank you to photographer extraordinaire Heather Bien, who helped make this piece possible!