October 21, 2015
I will often walk into a space and declare that it “feels good.”
I love a space that makes you feel inspired, creative and energized. It is comfortable and welcoming, yet makes you want to be the best version of yourself.
I have been lucky enough to work at a handful of advertising agencies that house themselves in some of the most beautifully designed spaces in the world. Fast Horse ranks near the top. Our space checks every box on my list.
Although we often spend a majority of our waking hours at work, I want the space I retire to every evening (or work hot from every so often) to feel good as well.
As a subscriber to Architectural Digest and Dwell and a gal known to get lost in Houzz and Pinterest, the idea of buying our first home was fun.
It was an opportunity to bring my dreams to life.
I kept telling my husband I wanted an “architecturally significant home” – not knowing what I meant, but knowing that the minute I walked into what would eventually be our new house, I would feel it. And I did.
This is a space that will house millions of memories over the years.
A space our boys will call home and a space that will always feel good.