“Everyone deserves a beautiful space that makes you feel as good as it looks.”
- Adrian Dagli
Welcome to Interior Wanderer—it’s so nice to meet you.
Born and raised in Kansas City, MO – along with an obsession with BBQ – I developed an affinity for all things home. My mom was a real estate agent and my dad was a developer, so I guess this makes perfect sense given all the trips to open houses and construction sites. Since then, I’ve maintained the same curiosity about everything from floor plans to design methodologies. This passion for different aesthetics and cultures only grew as I moved away from KC, and into places like Santa Barbara, Costa Rica, New York, and eventually San Francisco.
In SF, I worked alongside creatives and entrepreneurs in marketing and advertising. Being around that kind of energy inspired me to start projects of my own, the first being Two Crow Sunday – an online boutique selling a curated mix of handmade clothing and home goods made by local artisans. And while it took off, so did my career – I founded a retail department for Audi of America, VBP Retail Ops. My team and I succeeded in posting record sales and earning Audi the #1 spot in luxury brand consideration. Amidst all this excitement, having more than a full-time job became impossible, and Two Crow Sunday came to a halt. Though it was never meant to pay the bills, it symbolized something more significant for me – a spark of pure passion. I promised myself that I’d find a way back to that feeling one day, somehow.
In September of 2018, I made the (terrifying) decision to quit my 10-year career. I took on exec coaching, adopted a puppy, talked to old friends, and consulted with mentors and headhunters alike all in the hopes of bringing a deep passion to life once more. The soul-searching and collective advice led me to styling the homes and offices of family, friends – and eventually, friends of friends. Through my experiences styling for clients, and my professional experiences studying consumer journeys, I noticed tensions in the interior styling process that I wanted to solve. There wasn’t a simple or easy interior styling solution out there. And for people who don’t have the time, energy, or designer-eye to shop, this made turning their house into their home nearly impossible. I knew there could be a better way. Interior Wanderer was born – the first (and only) one-stop, one-click, one-delivery interior styling solution.
I spent a lot of my own time at home while bringing Interior Wanderer to life. It’s served as a source of inspiration, a source of calm, and a source of comfort. I knew I wanted others to have access to a space like this – one that looked as good as it made them feel. Not only do I feel incredibly lucky to have turned my passion into my career, but I feel even luckier that I’m able to help people transform their houses into their homes.
Founder of Interior Wanderer