You studied Art History in college. Were you always drawn to design and how did your studies influence your career path?
When did you decide to start St. Frank? Was it born out of a passion for design or to meet a need for a market you felt wasn’t being catered to?
The Rebecca Atwood covered chairs are truly stunning. Tell us more about creating this impact in your living room.
You’ve done some amazing collaborations with Lizzie Fortunato and Mignonne Gavigan. Whom would your dream collab be with?
How was pitching the concept to investors at first? Did they agree with the idea that young people might want culturally rich decor?
What is the one piece of advice you have for an entrepreneur — particularly if they’re thinking about brick and mortar retail?
You’ve since expanded from your flagship Sacramento Street location in San Francisco to Palo Alto and Southern California. And each store is a little bit different. How do you approach each space to ensure they have their own personality?