Interior Styling for an Eclectic Home

The only person that needs to love your home is you. I’d love to help you get there.

Growing up I lived with parents who were basically Danny Tanner from Full House and Monica from Friends. Everything was clean - all. the. time. Everything had its place and didn’t move. And if you moved it, it was noticed and immediately moved back. My friends used to joke that my house was like a museum and needed velvet ropes. My bedroom was incredibly small and even though I begged to rearrange my room I was never allowed to. The posters on my wall were all laminated and tape was definitely not allowed. So how the hell did I end up with an interior styling business?

Once I finally had a place of my own I discovered my love and passion for all things home. Over the past 15 years my husband and I have completely renovated two homes from top to bottom. I love the thrill of transforming a space and making it look new and fresh. I've always believed that styling your home should be intentional and a true reflection of who you are and what you love.

I would describe my personal design style as mid-clectic (a term my husband made up). It’s a mixture, typically leaning towards mid-century with some boho and contemporary vibes. I love mixing old and new, interesting artwork, and fun vintage finds. I love a white wall but I’m not afraid of color. I like spaces to look beautiful but also be cozy and comfortable and fit the home they're in. I’m always willing to try new things when it comes to interior styling and I’ll help push you in that direction. If you're looking for a basic or cookie-cutter design, then I'm probably not the right fit for you.

When I'm not working on my own home, I enjoy spending time with my husband Tim, our dog Dutch, and our guinea pig Clementine. I also love traveling and seeing more of the world, which always inspires me and my work.

Laura Seymour // Hitch + Cord