Always clad in well thought of ensembles and feminine designs, freelance interior designer Rachelle Wenger looks polished and sophisticated at any given time—whether she’s attending to her kids or an event, meeting with clients or shopping for lamps. In fact, even her self-designed home exudes the same ethos: cozy and chic with a harmony of classic and modern designs.
Style Bible spent an afternoon with Rachel and took a peek into her work wardrobe. Read on to get to know her more and click on the photo gallery to see her style.
What exactly do you do?
I'm a full time mom blessed with the opportunities to do what I love such as Interior design, events planning and writing. Hobbies turned to good opportunities. Just recently, I was asked by a Town & Country magazine to cover their society pages.
How did you get into this career path? Is this something you've always wanted?
When we were living in Hong Kong as expats, I designed our first home. From that time on, everyone would just compliment our home and wondered who designed it. After much prodding from friends and acquaintances, I ventured into interior design starting out with friends then the word got around. I've always been exposed to good interiors as a child as my Mom loved fixing up our home but didn't think then that I could make something out of it.
With regards to writing, I've always loved expressing my thoughts in words. I was editor in our grade school newspaper. As an adult, I would from time to time contribute to some newsletters. I also just started a blog, www.everydayflair.blogpspot.com, and it has opened doors for me. I love how I can touch people's lives through my writing.