I grew up near the beach in Florida and went to college in the fabulous but full-of-debauchery New Orleans and then met a boy and moved to Denver at the age of 19 because I was sure I knew exactly what I was doing. My parents were not thrilled. 

But I worked ridiculously hard as an event planner, handling weddings and fundraisers and corporate events and cocktail parties of the not-always-rich and the kind-of-famous. And I met a new boy and married him and my parents were thrilled. 

While doing so, I had four children in five years. I just couldn’t get enough of decorating those cute baby rooms so…you know.

After designing numerous events for a living and numerous homes as a favor to friends, I launched my own design firm. I named my business The Neighbor's House because sometimes things really do seem better at the neighbor's house. Growing up, our neighbors had a pool and Oreos and they were allowed to watch Dynasty on television even though it came on at 9PM and we were only 9 years-old. I mean, Dynasty AND Oreos? Come on. 

Everyone deserves a happy place to live and work and eat and sleep.  That’s why God created wallpaper and good sheets. But having a great space doesn’t need to cost a fortune. Really. Beautiful taste and lots of cash do not always go hand in hand. Google "Trump Manhattan Penthouse" if you don't believe me. 

my younger, smarter sister
my mom who taught me lots of stuff
at the famous space ship house!
real reason I get up in the morning
My favorite city
Magazine Street in New Orleans
Me (again)
Me and Ellen
Still me
the reason I get up in the morning
Discount if I get to smell the baby
Me at AD show in NYC
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