Meet Taryn Williams – the Space Stylist!

Travel and researching the latest international trends before they hit SA shores, and ensuring her clients are ahead of the rest when it comes to their homes and businesses are two of The Space Stylist’s passions!

  • What are you most passionate about?

Life, colour, people, change

  • What’s the biggest risk you’ve ever taken?

Trusting in passion and belief rather than in a text book

  • What makes you angry?

Failing, not being able to control everything, & letting people down

  • If you inherited an acre of land what would you do with it?

If I had enough money I would build a massive home for children that are forced to stand with unemployed mothers on the side of the roads & would ensure they were taught to grow food, learn skills and fend for themselves & their future

  • Are you more of a hunter or a gatherer? 

I am both … but most certainly more of a hunter and provider … I love the chase & I especially love the catch!

  • How many pairs of shoes do you own?

Who’s counting 🙂 That’s a crazy question!

  • If we came to your house for dinner, what would you prepare for us?

A feast of slow roasted lamb shanks, potato rosti’s, baby spinach, butternut & beet salad with a vinaigrette dressing – yum

  • How would people communicate in a perfect world?

I’m still working this one out … not sure I have even defined a perfect world yet, never mind the communication strategy

  • What do you work toward in your free time?

What’s free time? 🙂 I am constantly trying to balance out my life ensuring that I am devoting equal shares to my family, wellbeing, spirituality, social life … but not always so successful 🙁

  • If you woke up and had 300 unread emails and could only answer 30 of them, how would you choose which ones to answer? 

Oh, like most days. I would have to say, the ones that I know from subject line I would need to do the most work on & would create the greatest opportunity

  • Name 3 thing in nature you find most beautiful.

Patterns & texture of bark & tree trunks; colourful, patterned insects / animals; endless blue shades from the ocean – simply magical.

  • Have you used plastic bags for your shopping in the last two weeks?

Sadly, Yes !

  • What would you say are some small steps that people can take to improve their relationship to the environment?
They could open themselves up to creating community gardens … especially in all the estates that people live in.
They could grow green spaces (not just grass) but vegetable gardens which they could eat from – this could also teach and encourage our upcoming generations on planting, growing and creating sustainable environments that also play a major  role in terms of fighting off carbon emissions.
Not only good for the environment by creating “ green zones “ more oxygen, less carbon dioxide, but amazing for your soul.
Get out more, spend time in nature ( not catching Pokemons ) but disconnecting self from technology which as a by product reduces the use of energy ( electricity ), and encourages you to read more, relax and retune yourself into a natural vibration.
UNPLUG your devices or appliances that are not being utilised – so easy for us all to say but really should be the same thought process as switching off lights during the day time …

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