Everyone deserves health, well-being, and beauty in their home environment.
For as long as I can remember, feeling good in the spaces where I live and work has been fundamental to my sense of well-being. When I was a girl, I would use the terms “homey” or “unhomey” to describe how places felt to me. My mother recounts that I used this term exclusively, and regularly, as a gauge for rating the appeal of any given space. Museums, for example, I always found “unhomey.”
I have spent most of my life creating “homey” spaces that look good, feel good, and promote health and healing. Combine that aesthetic drive with the desire to see people feeling good at home and empowered in their lives, and you have Healthy Homescaping.
My mission is to improve people’s lives. Creating spaces that look good, feel great and support health and healing is, to put it simply, my bliss.