An Art, A Science, A Passion
My interest and curiosity with home design and architecture started when I was very young. My bedroom, which was my personal space, always was organized had to be matching with color and a sense of individuality.
When friends would suggest going to the mall to go shopping, I could be found in home decor stores or in the bookshop engrossed in, “Architectural Digest”. Perhaps growing up with parents as realtors, my awareness of homes and variety was heightened.
I did pursue a post-secondary education in Interior Design or a flavor of it. I then followed my second greatest interest, Health, and explored that career for several years.
However, where and when it all came to be, it was a snowy December morning in Norway. I was hours away from boarding a plane to return to Canada. I was sitting in a friends’ living room staring at a bookshelf full of books all various shapes sizes and languages.
There it was, Feng Shui. At this point I didn’t know if it was in Norwegian, Thai or English. I do know that I was drawn to it, I opened it and a whole new (or ancient!) world was now mine to discover, which I did. I jumped, with both feet in, and put everything I read into practice.