Isabel thrives on creating homes saturated in a kaleidoscope of meticulously layered patterns and colors. An intuitive and enthusiastic designer, she dubs her style 'Curated Maximalism': an intelligent yet intuitive layering of colorful elements that all relate to and build upon one another. A Brazilian native, Isabel moved with her family to raise horses in Kentucky. After Fashion School, she found her footing in the thriving Los Angeles fashion world and the maximalist was born! Her work in the fashion and textile industry instilled a love of fabrics and prints, which segued into a love of interiors. Isabel participated in Kip’s Bay Designer Showhouse in Dallas, is included in House Beautiful's 'Next Wave Class of 2022', represented Kentucky in Business Of Home's 2021 '50 States Project', and was named a 2021 'New Trad' in Traditional Home magazine.
Her work is regularly featured in design + lifestyle outlets such as Apartment Therapy, Architectural Digest, Business Of Home, Elle Decor, HGTV Magazine, House Beautiful, Hunker, Martha Stewart, My Domaine, Southern Living, Traditional Home, and The Wall Street Journal. Isabel’s team continues to grow with the long-term goal of expanding her brand into the home furnishings market with her iconic Curated Maximalist collection of fabrics, wallpapers, lighting, furniture, and accessories. A girl of many mantras, Isabel loves to preach: Beige is not a color. More is More; Less is a Bore. And above all else: Mix. Don’t Match.