Catherine’s design passion began many years ago while living in a charming old flat in San Francisco. Her move to New York expanded her visual language with exposure to the city’s classic architecture and modern design.
"My style kept evolving with every place I moved into. Soon my friends were asking me to decorate their places after seeing my apartments. I adored it." Inspired by the earthiness of Europe, Asia’s ancient colors, and the tile work of North Africa, Catherine’s travels shaped her ability to mix eras and palettes.
After completing 4 plus years of design school, she continues her education attending workshops and seminars throughout the U.S. She makes her home in Topanga, California.
Whether remodeling, redecorating, or starting a new project from inception, Catherine’s innate design sense, attention to detail, keen problem solving skills and her relaxed approach appeal to the California lifestyle.
- " I love the power of negative space because it showcases what you want the room to say -- or not say. When a room is crowded, it loses its impact and confuses the senses. The ultimate goal is to be drawn in, to feel that’s where you belong."