Left, a small sampling of Tori’s sequin collection — including her wedding reception dress! Right, colorful clutches sit on her Anthropologie ottoman.
Tori’s “dressing room.” A photo of her dog Lola and a painting she made sit behind her wide-ranging collection of sparkly shoes (everything from Forever 21, to Miu Miu, to Louboutin).
Tori sits at her thrift store vanity (spray-painted white) in a vintage dressing gown (a wedding gift from her mom). The dog painting was once an Anthropologie floor display.
You deal with a lot of colors, decorating schemes, and inspirational pieces on a daily basis. Is it ever difﬁcult to maintain a concrete sense of individual style?
Not for a second. I have a very strong sense of what I like and don’t like, and it’s hard to sway me. I think because I grew up with a mom with such strong opinions on her house, I really found my own style at a very young age. It was instilled in me that these things make up a part of who you are. They help tell your story. With that being said, I love being able to help other people tell their stories through objects. It makes me tick.
What details make your home and life “sparkly?”
We surround ourselves with objects that are fun and not too serious — sequined sombreros, gold Moroccan poufs, bright punches of color. And I have a very serious collection of vintage sequins that will make great dress-up clothes for any future daughters! My everyday life is a pretty sparkly existence!
Photography: Joielala Photographie