Magdalena “Maggie” Misiorowski is loved by everyone and all who have the opportunity to meet her. I can tell you she is simple, honest, loyal and full of love and compassion, a gem to the world. If I had to recommend you somebody to come to for some advice, any kind of advice, it would be her.
It just happens that she started her business dandelionspaces.com and I would not pass the opportunity for all of you, our beloved Elephants, to know about this beautiful enterprise. Dandelion Spaces purpose is to create inspired spaces based on the idea of “healing”. In Maggie own words: “Refreshing or re-organizing the décor of our homes seems to always be on our agenda but it rarely gets done. Why? I personally believe the reason for this is that we don’t look at our spaces as “healing” but just as spaces containing “stuff” that needs to be weeded out once in a while to look newer and trendy. Now is the time to change and feel inspired! Take a closer look at the space you may consider “pesky” and let it unveil its design potential to you. Allow it to grow with you and serve you as your very own personal and healing oasis. After all, home is where we want to retreat to and feel relaxed, calm, happy, harmonious and balanced.”
Maggie was born in Poland, where she grew up surrounded by art and nature. Inspired by the beauty of old European towns, she studied design and graduated with a degree in Interior Design. After working for a Chicago based design studio for 5 years, she left to pursue her own design vision in which form always follows function. Currently, she resides in Boulder, Colorado where se enjoy nature, yoga, Vipassana meditation and working as a teacher at a Montessori school.
If you are one of those progressive people that knows all about the New Biology, a science that has established as a fact that it is our environment what regulates cellular transformation and life functions, including DNA, then why not transform your space so it is healing to you and others? and why not do it with the help of a professional whose only goal is to bring joy into the process of home design.
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