Place you go to be inspired: “I’m most inspired by developing countries where people get really into decorating. In the slums of Vietnam where I worked there would be old sewer tubes turned into houses with tin foil ornaments. In Israel, Palestine, and Jordan it would be these dusty cement boxes with glittery drapes, plastic chandeliers, and printed animal rugs. And best of all these arches in Morocco! I’m very inspired by resourcefulness when it comes to décor. I think being ingenuitive in terms of more functional goals is great, but when people turn this into a purely decorative end it can be so amazing.  In the States it happens to some degree with our love of flea markets, but we don’t usually take it far enough.”
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Place you go to be inspired:
“I’m most inspired by developing countries where people get really into decorating. In the slums of Vietnam where I worked there would be old sewer tubes turned into houses with tin foil ornaments. In Israel, Palestine, and Jordan it would be these dusty cement boxes with glittery drapes, plastic chandeliers, and printed animal rugs. And best of all these arches in Morocco! I’m very inspired by resourcefulness when it comes to décor. I think being ingenuitive in terms of more functional goals is great, but when people turn this into a purely decorative end it can be so amazing. In the States it happens to some degree with our love of flea markets, but we don’t usually take it far enough.”