We love entertaining, how would you design a space to host friends and family?
I always keep it casual but very, very stylish. Even your plates, napkins and glasses have to be thought about and striking.
Has Montenegro inspired any of your interiors?
All the art on my walls was taken by me on the Luštica peninsula.
Montenegro is full of boutique shops, do you have any favourites?
An antique shop full of beautiful china in Prcanj, shell shop within the walls of old town Kotor, Heidi Klein for candles and beach clothes and fresh fruit and vegetables market in Kotor.
What do you think are the main interior trends this year?
Being individual and true to location and your family’s personal way of life can never be wrong.
Which designers or artists do you admire?
My architectural background has always drawn me to the work of Candida Hoffer. Massimo Vitali’s work reminds me of beach life in Montenegro. There are many others. I enjoy a lot of artists.
Do you have a favourite restaurant in Montenegro?
Ribarsko Selo for the best carpaccio, Stari Mlini for authentic interior and my balcony for the best view.
If you had one day in Montenegro how would you spend it?
On a small boat in the bay of Kotor.
Where’s your favourite place in the world?
Where ever sun shines but I love Harbour Island, Mustique, St Barths during winter but it has to be Montenegro during the summer.
What do you never leave home without?
What do you think makes a happy home?