Hello my friend! I want you to know that I understand.

I understand that you want to create a space that makes you feel happy to be there. That’s why you are so intentional about the treasures you bring into your space and you look for items that will help it fit your personal style. You know that a beautiful life begins in the home and you also know that when you surround yourself with the things and the people that bring you joy, you will become more joyful.

Each item in the shop was created in the studio with you in mind and features my original watercolor artwork. I continue to create products in the hopes that you will embrace the moments that uplift and inspire you. Because no matter how small they may seem, they are so important. When you purchase from me, you can be confident in knowing that each piece will enhance and inspire your world beautifully for many years to come.


My passion for creating began as a child. Some of my favorite moments from childhood involve the family gathering around the kitchen table creating art and laughing together. I always knew that my path would be a creative one and I found myself drawn to painting from a young age. As soon as I put brush to paper, I was hooked.

After studying painting and drawing during college in Utah, I moved across the country to be with my new husband and we began our life together. For the next few years, I worked as an art teacher to both adults and children as well as developed my own painting style. Nowadays, I pour my heart into my art business and strive to do the best I can with the talents I’ve been given. 

There is so much beauty in this world and I have a passion for celebrating that beauty. I feel happiest when I am surrounded by nature, creating art, or cultivating lifelong friendships and family relationships. I currently live and work in North Carolina with the forest in my backyard, my husband, sweet baby boy, and pup by my side.





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Photography by Tysha Hallman




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