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- I was born in Dublin, Ireland, and grew up just north of Toronto in Canada. I'm Irish with a Canadian accent. I'm now living back in Dublin with my husband, our two fur babies [Juniper and Toshi] and our daughter Cora. 

- I love design down to my core. I grew up on HGTV in Canada when I was a kid. Channel 47, if memory serves me right. I did watch cartoons, but I remember being captivated by design shows.

- I graduated with a BA in Interior Design in November 2011 from Griffith College Dublin. Thanks to the extended recession in Ireland, the Interior Design industry is a difficult thing to get into. In the mean time, I've been making the most out of nothing and keeping things moving through the only way I can - blogging my ideas and projects. 

- If I had to choose a word that best describes my style, it would be juxtaposition. I'm all about strong contrasts. From what I wear, to what I put in my apartment. I really enjoy strong juxtapositions especially between old and new, bright and dark, and dainty and rugged.

- I am very much an aesthetic person. Presentation is everything to me. The presentation of food on a plate, a shops window display, the appearance of my apartment, the presentation of wrapped gifts, decorating my home for every season, down to setting the table for dinner.

- I enjoy and appreciate [good] graffiti.

- I'm very ... particular. My parents tell me ever since I was old enough to hang up my own clothes, they all had to be in colour order. Starting with red on the left then through to orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black, grey and ending with white. To this day my wardrobe is in colour order. In my defence, I've never known anything else.

- I can move my eyes independently of each other and wiggle my ears.

- Practicality is a big thing for me. It applies on multiple levels [shoes, diets, designs, etc]. Although, it is occasionally acceptable for something to be outrageously impractical. As the French say - "everything in moderation. Including moderation."
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