I’m not a professional interior designer or anything like that. I just enjoy decorating spaces. When Zooey Magazine expressed their interest in coming over and interviewing me about my decorating choices, I was ecstatic: I spend a lot of time beautifying my surroundings, but somehow almost never get to talk about it!
In contrast to our Brooklyn apartment – a rainbow-licious candyland dubbed “the unicorn house” – our Los Angeles condo is a reflection of my growth. For the first time I feel comfortable to explore things outside my usual spectrum, dig deeper into my inspirations and express myself on a whole new level.
During our chat I discovered that almost nothing we own is new. I have a penchant for things with an old-timey flare, plus I truly enjoy thrifting too much. Flea-markets feel like a mini-vacation to my mind.
I would like to extend my gratitude to Zooey Magazine for giving me the opportunity to share my home with the world, and for the pleasure of working with their friendly team.
Read full article here (Pages 24-27)