Eda B.

Eda studied Industrial Design for several years but after that switched her career and became an Interior Designer. She was always fascinated by architecture and designing interiors. It was always her passion and now she's blessed enough to make it her career. Traveling is what she loves the most in her free time as that's where she gets all of her inspiration from.

From where do you draw most of your inspiration?

I think several things stimulated my desire to become a designer. First, I grew up in Greece which is the capital country in the world known for its history and architecture. Then, during my internship as an assistant for a few designers in Houston gave me the will to go further and get into this industry. Design was always my first passion and hobby. I never thought I could work in any other sector. I studied Industrial Design for several years because I wanted to make things I love. But then I realized creating spaces was something I could express myself and create my own vision which I loved so much. Interior design is my passion and way of living.

We know you love designing, but what about it do you love most?

Creating something that did not exist before is addictive and solving client's problems is incredibly rewarding. To be able to create a space that a client would never thought it could be possible is pretty amazing. As a designer I learn every day from different projects and different design styles. I enjoy so much learning new tools and trends which make me grow as a person daily.

Tell us your biggest design secret:

By listening closely to my clients' needs and desires I am able to transform their vision into a design reality. My focus as a designer is to create interiors that are both elegant and practical. It has to reflect my clients' lifestyle and everyday life. Comfortable and inviting interiors that turn a space into a home.
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