Amanda found her love for design in an 1850s brownstone trapped in the 1970s. It was her and her husband's first home, and it was a wreck. With a strong vision but a tiny budget, Amanda taught herself everything she could about interiors to design a gut renovation that would respect the building's history, while creating a beautiful space for their modern lives. That project launched a nearly-decade long passion for design, with work featured in Seattle Magazine, Boston Home Magazine and Apartment Therapy.
As a longtime television news anchor, Amanda sees interiors through the eyes of a storyteller. She believes your home should tell the story of how you live, what's important to you, and what defines you and your family. She mixes organic elements with vintage finds and contemporary art to create homes that are young, fresh, and refined, while being effortless, comfortable and relaxed. As a mom of two young kids, she knows how to design spaces for busy families that are both durable, and stylish. What story do you want your home to tell?