Hello! My name is Kerrie Sayer.
I am an interior designer based in British Columbia’s beautiful but very damp lower mainland. I have been in the field of interior design for a couple of years now, however my interest and study in design, art, architecture, and the history & theory surrounding all of those things goes back over a decade. I started studying art history in my first year of university back in 2007, and since then my passion for the visual culture of our world has not only grown more profound but has expanded to other arenas such as structural design, planning, material application and the semiotics, or underlying symbology of the spaces we live in.
Here on my blog, you’ll find posts about projects I’m working on, design that captivates my attention, art that remains timeless and architecture that shapes the way we live. If you’re interested in more about my projects click here to see more of what I’m working on; or on my instagram to see what piques my visual interest nearly every day.
When I’m not designing, my husband Ryan and I love to travel; consistently and repeatedly to the Mediterranean where we both share a profound love for Italy (he in particular!) and where I have a personal loyalty to France after years of travel there and life abroad in Paris. We also enjoy boating up and down the BC coastline, dropping crab traps in front of our home, and travelling for the sake of water skiing (my husband is an avid skier, and I’m an avid sun tanner in whatever location he happens to be skiing in !). Additionally we both undertake as much philanthropic work as we are able, whether that be in the form of helping fund our sponsor child’s village in Soin, Kenya or providing fresh water for a community of women in the Samburu desert.
In my time off, you’re apt to find me:
- Cooking (but seldom baking)
- Drinking old world wines, particularly French wines
- Walking my toy aussie cross Lupi, or playing fetch with her on the beach
- Organizing things, whether it be a drawer, dresser or closet
- Watching historical docu-dramas or culinary documentaries on Netflix
- Trying as many new restaurants as possible
Last but surely not least, thank you to all those who have stopped by this page. I sincerely appreciate and will respond to every comment I’m able, and would love it if you’d become a follower and fan whether it be on this blog and on instagram .
I hope you enjoy the content on this blog and have a fantastic day!