Hey there, I’m Steffani
- Lover of coffee
- Wife to an amazing husband
- Mom to 3 dogs and 3 cats
- Animal Advocate
- Yogi Wannabe
- and a design student with a passion for Green Design
First of all, thank you for visiting my page!
Where I’m coming from
I truly believe that the environment around you impacts your ability to succeed. I know this from experience and am looking forward to sharing my story with the determination to help others. Read more of my story here. Interior Design is so much more than making a space look pretty. Don’t get me wrong, visual appeal and reflection of style is very important. However, the environment that surrounds you can actually help you thrive.
I can’t wait to help people build the space of their dreams… but first, I need to finish my schooling 😉 In the mean time, I look forward to sharing what I learn and helping others live a clean and healthy life in their existing home.
Where the blog came from
The name Fourth Coast Interiors represents the beautiful place I’m from: the coast of Lake Superior which lies between the U.P. (Upper Peninsula of Michigan) and Canada. A wonderful colleague of mine and I were brainstorming names for several weeks when she brought this up and I instantly fell in love <3
The blog is an outlet — a way for me to connect with people and teach others about the benefits of living Green. Not only are you helping leave less of a carbon footprint, you have the power to create a healthier, safer place to be for you, your family, pets and friends.
- <3 Finding Inspiration <3
- Green Living tips and tricks you can do to help improve your environment
- Green products and reviews (decor, building materials, outdoor living materials, cleaning, etc.)
- Loving your home now!
I am always open to suggestions, so please don’t hesitate to contact me with requests of topics you’d like to see talked about on the blog.
I look forward to connecting with you!
Also, don’t forget to check out my Coffee Chat page filled with random thoughts, ideas and topics and join in on the discussions 🙂
“The space in which we live should be for the person we are becoming now, not for the person we were in the past.”
Marie Kondo, The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up