My design philosophy is to implement style in every aspect of your life. Before becoming an interior designer, I designed jewelry - so design has always been a huge part of my life. As a child, I would spend time trying to rearrange my room constantly, much to my mothers dismay. I believe that design should reflect your personal style preference. I would stay up late at night to decide what I was wearing and I remember from a very young age friends would ask me to style them, for the playground.
The name Bolick & Prince came about from the home where I, unknowingly, draw most of my southern, traditional, yet transitional style - my grandmothers. Her home in the Lowcountry of South Carolina was on the Corner of Bolick Street and Prince Street. I spent countless summers and holidays adorning her immaculately decorated home, built by her father in historic Georgetown. I believe that using family heirlooms mixed with transitional pieces make for great conversation. I would go into her closet and through her drawers to try on her clothing and jewelry and do fashion shows. I would wear her clothing and jewels to lunch with her girlfriends when I would visit. My mother, grandmother, and I would always take trips to Charleston as well where much of my inspiration is drawn. I think that architecture, interiors, and fashion are so closely aligned and I am so glad that you are here with me to see them all pulled together in one space.
I want you to be able to draw inspiration here and #makeitpretty - your outfit, your room, your party, your life. I would love nothing more for you to look in your mirror and say “yes girl!” Or look at a room every single day that feels like a great outfit and feel immediate confidence in it. Thanks for being here!