Meet Design Specialist, Daniela Bianchi


How long have you been with Nested Spaces?

I started helping Whitney with a couple of projects here and there at the beginning of 2018 and fell in love with it! So, I decided to get certified through Home Staging Resource. I can’t believe it’s been 2 years!!!

What is some of your background and experience?

I got my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology back home, in El Salvador. I used to work with kids and their families at the preschool levels. Then I decided to get my Master’s degree in Family Counseling, focused on creating organized and functional spaces and routines. Which comes in handy when working with our redesign clients. I think there should be a place for everything and everything in its place!

 

What is your favorite project you have been a part of so far?

I am currently working on it. It is a redesign project. I am helping a couple who just bought a new home choose window treatments, buy new furniture and arrange it in this new space so it truly feels like home to them. And there is no better feeling than that!

        

What is your favorite part of working with Nested Spaces?

Working at Nested Spaces has allowed me to meet many wonderful people! And there is no greater feeling that the satisfaction of knowing you just helped someone move into their next chapter in life, seamlessly and effortlessly.

 

What is your current design obsession?

Anything greenery!!! I love adding succulents, eucalyptus stems, moss, cacti and any other sturdy plant that is easy to maintain.

What are some of your hobbies?

I LOVE to cook and bake! I am always trying new recipes, especially ones from different cuisines. And we love trying new restaurants around town. I also love dancing to latin music while I clean and work. And during my quiet time, I enjoy reading historical novels.

 

What is a fun fact about yourself?

My family is from the northern part of Italy, from Florence and Turin. When I moved to Zionsville for the first time, back in 2008, I had a booth at the Farmer’s Market selling pizza, calzones, parmesan crackers and biscotti.