Dallasite Moll Anderson is making the world more beautiful by designing with dozens of color at a time. Here our Lance Avery Morgan catches up with this design dynamo about her new book Change Your Home, Change Your Life with Color…and what she loves about Texas.
Color! It inspired me and changed my own life. Color is an amazing source of energy and has a sensory effect on all of us. It affects our moods, our feelings and even our behavior. I want to inspire people to take possession of the transformative power of color in their lives.
You’re going to laugh, but the show is Younger on TV Land. The main character Liza has gone through a divorce with a great attitude and tries to find a job in publishing. She quickly finds out they are only hiring millennials with tech minds and social marketing skills who are fashionably hip so she turns herself into a younger woman… acting as a twenty-something.
If I weren’t an interior designer…
I’d be a clothing designer, which reminds me of my favorite quote: “It’s never too late to be who you were meant to be.”
The best thing about spending time in Dallas is…
the people! I have honestly never met a more welcoming and gracious group of people in the world.
I became Paleo eight months ago, so you will always find containers of homemade organic chicken soup, grilled cold filet of beef, cooked pulled chicken breasts, fresh kale, cilantro and mint, jalapeno and habanero peppers, eggs, avocados and lemons, apple, fennel and celery salad. In the freezer you will find Casa Dragones tequila.