Creating a calming space is truly rooted in intentionality. I’m very connected to the pieces in my home, because every piece serves a purpose—and that purpose involves soothing my spirit, making my life easier, and keeping me grounded.
I love coming home to a house that smells good. I feel like I’m being hugged by a soothing fragrance; and after a long day, nothing feels better than that. My vitruvi diffusers and candles are essentials to making my space a home for calm.
The art that I collect, the flowers that fill the corners of every room with, and the muted color palette that sets the vibe all contribute to making me feel good. I’m very intuitive and self-aware, which makes it easy for me to know and understand how to make my space a reflection of me and what I consider beautiful.
I’m mindful of what makes my eyes light up and what brings a big smile to my face. When I moved into my gorgeous loft in Los Angeles, I made a vow to myself to only purchase the pieces I obsessed over. My mantra is this: if I don’t love it, it ain’t welcome.
That mindset is a guiding force in how I choose to show up in my space. It would be remiss to underestimate the connection between my emotional frequency and the vibe of my home. The curation of my space is so essential to my work, my mental health, and my ability to create with ease. I am committed to dwelling in a space of beauty, knowing that it impacts my life in every way. I don’t take it lightly.