This experience of creating a complete circle and realizing the importance of home to a family’s
story is how I created my business, Our House Atlanta. I recognize how important it is for my clients to create their ideal space for years, even generations, to come, and I’m honored to guide those journeys.
I value time and memories, and my main goal is to be present with my clients throughout the whole experience. Wherever they are in the process, whether they are a first-time home buyer looking for a one bedroom or a retired executive looking for an estate where they can host the kids and grandkids and create a legacy in a home, I am listening to their goals in order to find their home. I have this saying, “This will work, Won’t work.” I want to help them find “The One” where they can envision their memories being made and where they can be present with their family and friends.
All Things Home
One of my favorite aspects of owning Our House Atlanta is fostering my passion for architecture
and design for the sake of my clients. I love going to all the designer showhouses, local showrooms and garden tours around greater Atlanta, and, as a bonus, I’m able to brief buyers and sellers on the latest trends.
I also travel frequently for inspiration, attending showhouses out of town and staying in luxury
hotels appointed with designer details. And, you can always find me reading interior design periodicals — Architectural Digest, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles and House Beautiful, to name a few.
Whether it’s home design, home technology or what’s new in appliances, lighting, windows or doors, the creation of the space we call home is my true love, and I’m honored to share that love with clients.
Commitment to Service
I believe I am called to serve my local community and the greater good as much as possible. As an animal lover, I give back to The Purple Leash Project, which combines two treasured things: animals and a happy home. Did you know victims of abuse are often unable to bring their pets to safety shelters? More than half of those abused are reluctant to leave pets behind — and more than 70% of abused women report that their abuser has threatened, injured or killed a pet as a means of control. The Purple Leash Project adds facilities for animals to many of these shelters, so pets can comfortably stay with their owners. My own fur baby, Titan, is a highly important part of my life, and this organization is close to my heart.