“Growing up in urban Europe I was exposed to a lot of different styles of furniture.
The designs, philosophies, and forms that impacted me the most are the Modern Classics coming out of the Bauhaus movement and Scandinavian furniture from the 1950s.
While these styles are still the driving force that inform my work along with their philosophy of “less is more,” my now-rural landscape in the foothills of the Blue Ridge inspires me to blend the modern with the rawness of my rustic environment.
To achieve this fusion I use textures, patterns and colors to add compelling elements to my stylized, simple, modern shapes of furniture and merging this less with more.
All pieces are my original design and are handmade from domestic, locally sourced, and salvaged woods in my one-woman woodworking studio in Madison. Close attention is paid to every detail using both traditional and modern techniques to craft a piece that I hope will be in your family for many generations.”
Studio number 2
571 Turner Drive
Madison, VA 22727