It all starts with a dream

Since I was a little girl, every year my parents gave me the best gift of all: travel. I was fascinated by the spaces we visited because everything was very different depending on the country; Iwas impressed by the stories of the people who had lived there and how, over time, they changed and adapted their spaces.

But I also remember standing in front of people’s houses (abroad it is not common to have shutters) and observing how the light was, what furniture there was or how the space was laid out.

As I continued walking, I loved to imagine what life would be like for those people in their homes, and to dream that, hopefully someday, I could get inside them.

And, in a way, I have succeeded.

"Choose a job you are passionate about,
and you won't have to work a day in your life.

- Confucius.

The beginning

I grew up in a small town in the city of Guadalajara (Spain). 

My mother studied Tourism, and since she was a little girl she has been a great fighter, a lover of gastronomy and passionate about decoration. She has been the one who has shown me the most the capacity we have to transform anything. Her love for cooking, family time, her ingenuity and generosity marked my concept of home.

My father graduated from university with a degree in Economics, although his dream profession was always Architecture. He is a lover of travel, rock and Egyptian culture. And his professionalism, organization and neatness to do whatever he proposes to me, as well as his sensitivity, serenity and empathy to deal with people have impressed me.

However, it didn’t work out between them, and that caused me to grow up very quickly as a child.

Different moments, people and jobs since then have led me to live in 3 houses, 5 student rooms and 5 rented apartments, until the last two pushed me to make a complete change in my way of conceiving interior design.


The last two

I lived in a rented apartment, with empty walls, but full of things. I didn’t dare to make major changes or get creative (even though I was an interior designer!). I was afraid of being judged, of being wrong, of adding color. Nothing I bought or exchanged satisfied me. And I always thought: “When I have my house, everything will be perfect”.

He preferred to spend time outside, working or shopping, because that way he was “happy”.

Until the pandemic hit, I met my partner and we moved. And the new house was “worse than the old one,” and the challenge of creating a home returned.

I was torn between what to do as a “good” interior designer, what my heart was telling me and my own fears.

I discovered that what your heart tells you is always more important.
Only by looking within yourself, you will be able to create the space you really need. The one that truly completes you and recharges you when you are in it.

As a Home Coach, I no longer conceive the design of a space in any other way than thinking about the person who will inhabit it and how they want to feel in it.

At least this is what I have been looking for all my life.

And I can finally tell you, happily, that I have found it.


As a child of divorced parents, I know how important it is to feel like you belong. I also know what it means to live in an apartment (endless), obsessed with making it perfect and, if it is not, not doing anything to change it or move out.

With all this I have understood the importance of having a space that fills you. A place where you can fully feel that you are you, and that everything is as it should be for you.

I’ve also realized that interior design experience isn’t everything. That a real home is our favorite objects, our emotions, our fears and the way we see the world. 

Our experiences, our family, our difficult moments; every morning, every cozy evening, every snack or every dinner together.

When you work on your fears, pamper them and dissolve them, you access your creativity, act in harmony with yourself and are able to create a wonderful place for yourself, at any stage of your life.

My training

I continuously update my skills to offer you the best of me.
  • The therapeutic relationship. Radika Foundation. Spain.
  • Content strategy: build your brand from scratch, Laura Busche, Spain.
  • Introduction to Feng Shui, Cliff Tan, England.
  • Colourful Interior Design: styling homes with personality, Geraldine Tan, England.
  • Copywriting Essentials for Email Marketing Newsletters, Pam Neely, United States.
  • Certified in House Coaching™, House Coaching™ Institute, United States.
  • Certificate in Russian (B1), Pushkin Russian Institute Foundation, Spain | Moscow.
  • Copywriting, Cálamo & Cran, Spain.
  • Tools to analyze, decide and act, KIMAK, A Coruña (Spain).
  • Applied Positive Psychology, European Institute of Positive Psychology, IEPP, La Salle, Spain.
  • Certificate in Advanced English (C1), Cambridge University Press & Assessment English, Spain.
  • Honorable Mention in Final Degree Project, Interior Architecture, Spain.
  • Interior Architecture, UPM School of Architecture, Madrid, Spain.
  • Course 3Dstudio Max + VRay, 24Studio Lab, Spain.
  • First Prize in the Cevisama Lab National Ceramic Design Competition. Issued by Cevisama and Polythecnic University of Madrid.