My Home in the Better Homes & Gardens Style Maker Issue

I am thrilled to share my feature from the new, September Style Maker issue of Better Homes & Gardens! The story is all about our home which we moved into two years ago. I’ve shared snippets of it on Instagram and you’ll see more of it in my book, but this is the first time I am sharing a full tour. It is bittersweet in that until now, our team has office out of our home studio which you will see in the spread. As we have continued to grow very quickly and in the time since Better Homes & Gardens was here in May, we have gone from a team of five to a team of seven, so we have signed a lease on a new office which we are currently renovating and will move into this fall! In addition, the story is centered around the classic bones and clean palette of my house and how I have injected it with carefully selected color and pattern to add texture and interest. You can read the full story and see the entire tour in the September issue of Better Homes & Gardens which is on newsstands now!

{Photography by David Tsay for Better Homes & Gardens}

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  1. It all looks BEAUTIFUL and incorPorates the colors i alos use in my home and love. I would love to know what paint colors you use – walls and woodwork!
    Thank you!!

  2. The clean, white backgrounds, the de gournay panels, the kitchen, the light fixtures, the powder room wall treatment. the fabrics… i love it all!!!