My Story...

Hi, I’m Angela, Founder, Owner and Head Property & Home Stylist at Harmonia At Home.

With a background in Marketing, Communications and Management, my corporate career served me well for over 20 years. All along, I had a red-hot fire in my belly to start my own business and a love for everything to do with the home.

As a young girl I would often re-arrange the bric-a-brac in my bedroom, take in the architecture and landscaping of the lovely old homes on my way home from school, and dream of living in a home with a picket fence one day. As I grew up and moved out of home, I enjoyed turning each new house I lived in, into a home. I always put so much love and care into styling each room and enjoyed the challenge of working with a tight budget. I learned to blend old, new, and borrowed items, and took great pride in creating a warm, comfortable home that represented me and welcomed family and friends.

As I grew up some more, the opportunity presented itself to consider a career change away from corporate. With the demands of family and home escalating, I was seeking something that would provide a better work life balance. I stayed true to my passion and realised after years of preferring cushions and throws over clothes and shoes, flipping through home and real estate over fashion and gossip magazines, that I should follow my heart. I launched Harmonia At Home in 2017 and have enjoyed being welcomed into my clients’ properties and homes ever since.

Today I live in The Ponds (a suburb in the Hills District) with my husband Chris, adored children James (19) and Evelyn (almost 3), our fury friend Brando (the Lab) and feathery friend Sunshine (the Cockatiel). Still no picket fence, but instead an awesome Lilly Pilly hedge. I love cooking, gardening and family days with my husband and children. When time allows, I volunteer for a charity near and dear to my heart, Bears Of Hope Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support.

Thank you for your interest in Harmonia At Home,

Angela

Website photography (excluding projects) by Helen Lamont Photography