Giving You A Home With Soul

What Natasha Does

I use my eye for the aesthetic and penchant for the practical to diplomatically incorporate a homeowner’s personal tastes and needs into my interior styling vision of “no throwing and no buying” that ultimately enlivens the home space. This unique methodology is what makes my interior styling approach successful in the eyes of the homeowner. Using existing furniture and accessories, I transform living spaces into livable, dynamic spaces that one proudly calls home. And, I do it in only one day. That is Eco(nomical) Deco(rating)!

What Inspires Natasha

There is always room for improvement, slight or significant, no matter the homeowner’s decorating taste. I have an innate talent to see things in a better, improved way; I am confident to assert myself as an interior stylist and home stager who brings change to people’s homes and ultimately to their sense of pride in their home.

I’m definitely a clutter buster. A room should encourage easy communication and cocooning, while exuding warmth and comfort. I appreciate eclecticism: mixing color, lighting, textures, furniture styles, and furnishings. Naturally, I’m a social mixer, interacting with people from all walks of life.

How Natasha Can Help You

After only a few hours of solid work and with a minimum outlay of time and money, the results of the ‘new home’ are impressive. As interior stylist, I never lose sight of my client's needs while effecting the change that renders the home livable because I help make it breathable. Also a home stager, team up with me and I will add value to your home listing.

Illuminating Take Away

Nothing is too sacred to change if change is better. BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group)

In any environment, both the degree of inventiveness and creativity, and the possibility of discovery, are directly proportional to the number and kind of variables in it. Simon NICHOLSON

Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. William MORRIS

What is art? It's a vehicle that connects people with their internal life and their external world. Jeff KOONS

Design is not making beauty, beauty emerges from selection, affinities, integration, love. Louis I KHAN

A place for everything, and everything in its place. Catherine BEECHER

As far as nonsense, like fashion, decor, that sort of stuff, marvellous nonsense, I don't like rules. Iris APFEL

Form follows feelings. Jacob JENSEN

In simplicity you do not see all of the hardship that it took to get there. Simplicity is not an aesthetic style; it is not the absence of clutter. Simplicity is refining and being able to define the very essence of what something does. Simplicity is not just stuff that is not there. There is tremendous gravity to trying to find that simple solution. Jony IVE & Marc NEWSON, (RED)

When there are too many objects space suffers. Calm spaces give a feeling of lightness. Claudio SILVESTRIN

These are not the homes of wealthy egotists using architecture as a device to demonstrate their genius but, instead, using their inventiveness and resourcefulness to create intimate spaces to support real life. Edwin HEATHCOTE reviews "The Architect's Home" by Gennaro Postiglione

Most people spend their lives living in dreary, grey-beige conformity, mortally afraid of using colors. Verner PANTON

When I'm creating a new environment, I'm not only thinking about how the design will solve a problem but how that space might conjure a new sort of experience, one that in turn might suggest a new architecture. David ROCKWELL

Not everything can be kept, and stuff can be kept for too long. Allow generous time for the sorting before the clearing, so that gone things can glow warm in the memory. Harry EYRES

I try to create things that we human beings feel are useful in our daily lives. During the process, beauty is born naturally. Sori YANAGI

Something can be conceptual, or narrative, or visually charged, but it also has to be an item that you can use. Hussein CHALAYAN

Our homes are shaped by design of many different kinds: partly by fashion, partly by new technologies, and partly by new attitudes to design. Deyan SUDJIC

A chair is never a piece of furniture for me, it is part of a situation that establishes a real clash in space. A situation means that things are forced to occupy a space together or alone. Urs FISCHER

Like all the best romances, the relationship between owner and home is about what feels right. Feeling right about something is a valuable commodity. Ed HAMMOND

Minimalism is about clarity, about getting things right and not having anything you don't need. But it's also about creating a plain space, which is simply good to be in. John PAWSON

With passion I love pure colors, fresh, brilliant and clear colors. Rose CUMMING

The artist brings something into the world that didn't exist before and he does it without destroying something else. John UPDIKE

Oftentimes when pieces are coming together, you see things that you could not have imagined and they push you in a different direction. Richard SERRA

Actual elsewhere I am not crazy about, but the idea of elsewhere really appeals. The consolations of the imagination are not imaginary consolations. Susie BOYT

If we ask, "Do I absolutely love this?" then we will be able to eliminate the clutter and have space for something better. We can do the same with other choices—whether big or small, significant or trivial—in every area of our lives. Greg MCKEOWN

In everything, there is the possibility of nobility, if given the right regard. Irving PENN

For Sigmund Freud the home symbolized far more than the dwelling; it stood for our subconscious, for our selves. Edwin HEATHCOTE

La perfection ne consiste pas à faire des choses extraordinaires, mais à faire des choses ordinaires de façon extraordinaire. Dicton japonais

There are many objects in the world that have no lasting meaning, where the stories have been effaced or erased. But there are objects in peoples’ lives which have a lingering memory of a story or an anecdote or a place or an emotion and those half-remembered resonances are very powerful. Edmund DE WAAL

It is about getting the function right before going into other details. John MAKEPEACE

The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenaline but rather the gradual lifelong continuation of a state of wonder and serenity. Glenn GOULD

Inside each of us is a home ready to be built. Zach KLEIN