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As the founder and lead interior decorator here at Cultivate Your Space, my clients admire and trust my ability to pull together ANY room and personalize it to their exact taste and needs.
After a traumatic event left me at my lowest, my story of self-healing now echoes the journey of my most beloved clients. I believe that how you style your living space can become the inspiration and source of your inner healing—through self-care, relaxation, and restoration—no matter where you've been or what you're going through.
We spend so much of our time focusing on our wellness—we go to the gym and keep up with our weekly therapy appointment—but we forget about the last, most critical piece of the self-care puzzle: the spaces where you live.
Through these various mental health x living spaces discussions, you'll learn how the spaces where you spend most of your time have a direct impact on your mental health. I'll also share some of the easiest ways to elevate your space for your own self-care, even if you aren't an interior designer.
I'm on a mission to help female founders design more intentional work and living spaces where they feel like they can be their most authentic selves, even if they WFH.
You spend hours upon hours in your at-home office, but the standard desk and chair is really starting to cramp your style. You want to feel inspired (maybe less like a #girlboss and more like a boss), but home decor is so not your thing. You feel like you've got the Pinterest board vision, but you're not a designer. I'm here to chat through the must-have's to transform ANY room in your space to a sanctuary, including your home office.
In this episode, Jess and Michelle delve into the profound impact of intentional design on our well-being. Michelle, a seasoned designer, shares insights on how cultivating our living spaces can lead to transformative shifts in our lives.
In this episode, Morgan interviews interior designer, Michelle Dew! They chat about Michelle’s story of becoming an interior designer and mental health advocate, and why design is so important when it comes to being a clinician. Michelle also expands on her business, , and how she designs an office - in-person or virtual - that not only feels like you as a clinician but creates as safe of a space as possible for clients.
Featured story across all channels on how to make the most use out of a small space.
Guest speaker at a monthly gathering of mothers in the community.
Peel and stick wallpaper collaboration with video and photo for their social channels.
Bedding company product collaboration for primary bedroom suite on Instagram.
Outdoor patio furniture feature an djoin photo shoot for a fall collaboration.