Emily was born and raised in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley. Her love for design was always apparent. As a child, many of her family’s summer vacations would consist of visiting historic sites. One of her most memorable family trips, which ultimately sparked her interest for interior design, was visiting Newport, Rhode Island, where she had the opportunity to tour the Breakers Mansion, one of the Vanderbilt family’s many lavish homes. This 70-room mansion, designed in the Italian Renaissance Style, and clad in some of the world’s finest materials, was what made her fall in love with the idea of creating spaces that could be inspiring.
Emily went on to receive her bachelor’s degree in Interior Architecture and Design from Marywood University. During her time at Marywood she had the opportunity to study abroad in Florence, Italy, which furthered her knowledge of architecture and enriched her passion for design.
Emily adores getting the opportunity to work with clients and believes that detail, elegance and functionality are the key to creating a beautiful space.
In Emily’s spare time you can catch her cooking, spending time with her cat Ella Fella, reading up on the latest interior design fashions and getting inspired by all things nature, art and travel related.