The Heart of Internationally Experienced Design

Moving to a new place is a challenge. Getting the kids settled, making new friends, finding your go-to grocery store, decorating your new home… the list of to-do’s gos on and on as you try to make your family feel at home!
Our family room on Palace Road, 1 Ali Askar, Bangalore
I can relate! Having lived in London, India, Hong Kong, NYC, Chicago, and presently Connecticut. I’ve now been an ex-pat three times and with each experience I learned new invaluable tools for getting one’s home settled quickly. Now that I have thousands of relationships to draw on with my interior design background, I can help you do the same after your big move!
Walking our English Cocker Spaniels while living in Bangalore, India
I do this by becoming a “design consultant” to help you from the smallest detail (like stocking the closets with the kids clothes in the appropriate sizes in advance, filling the wine and food refrigerators) to larger scale home decisions (how to design the decor of your home(s) when you are not located in the same country and yet feel a continuity of “home”).
My kids & I in London
What’s my secret? Drawing on the influence of the countries you’ve lived in, while also using these influences to produce Western-influenced design. By blending the cultures together, we are able to immerse your family in your surroundings in a comfort-driven relaxed way; never straying too far from your roots or authenticities. This has always been at the heart of “Internationally Experienced Design”.
Rug Shopping in Marrakesh, Morocco