I was born and raised in Harlesden, a Northwest London town, located in the post (zip) code, NW10.
It is where I first learned just how much of an impact design and spaces could influence my well-being. A cluttered home created a sense of unrest. Libraries gave me a sense of peace and escape. The colorful recreation center a haven for my creativity. NW10 shaped me as a person, and is also the place I credit for developing my own colorful, non-conforming aesthetic.
I believe that the impact of spaces on our mental health and wellbeing is overlooked in mainstream culture. And as long as interior design is treated like an exclusive service for homeowners, significant segments of the population will be deprived of this asset to wellbeing.
I strongly believe that everyone - especially renters - deserves to have a space that is optimally designed to reflect them. Your home, the place you call yours -whether for length of lease or for a lifetime - is truly an extension of you.
NW10 exists to helps clients truly unearth what that means to see themselves in their homes through the practice of interior design, with the intention of creating a world that is more balanced, more inspired and more connected.
And that starts in the home.