Brittany Watson Jepsen here. I grew up teething on the seaweed of Southern California while surrounded by a musician/artist family (minus a finance-minded father.) My mom’s favorite quote was “a creative mess is better than tidy idleness” and so my childhood was spent creating art work, music, and yes, lots of messes. My dad thought I should study law while Mom thought I was better suited as an artist so I chose a happy median, art history. On my way to becoming a museum curator I was haunted by those creative messes and enrolled in permanent “creative mess status” otherwise known as a master’s in interior design at the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. I graduated in May after spending summers working with professional creative messers including Jonathan Adler and Celerie Kemble in NYC. There I designed products for Tiffany and Co., Schumacher, and Dempsey and Carroll and helped create beautiful interiors for fancy schmancy penthouses. Summer of '09 I found myself earning a sore bum from miles of cycling around the city of Copenhagen while studying textile design and writing for design*sponge. I graduated with a master's in Interior Design and most recently married my Danish best friend, Paul, in September and moved back to Copenhagen. I can currently be found staring in front of a computer screen blogging for this and that and trying to keep up with friends and family, playing with the University of Copenhagen orchestra, attempting to pronounce "rød brød" accurately, making royal wedding souvenirs, and exploring this wonderful city. Contact me for any of your design needs. Available for interior, product, event, blogging design and crafts, illustration. I like to try anything.

Check out some of my blog, The House That Lars Built, here.

And my Etsy shop here.