By Kitty Golding
Kitty & Company will be conducting a series of short interviews with local Chelsea Residents for 52 weeks in order to appreciate differing personalities and design thoughts and styles in our community. Perhaps you will meet someone new through these weekly interviews or perhaps it will be YOU! Stay tuned and follow us each week – we look forward to introducing you to the finesse of 52 Chelsea individuals. Up next – Mr. Nick Angel.
1. What is your profession and for how long? Middle School Principal – for 12 years. 2.Your family members: My wife, Theresa and 4 daughters (Alannah@ CMU, Kylie @ Miami of Ohio, Ava at CHS and Brooklyn at Beach Middle School).
3.People think of me as ENERGETIC but really I am ENERGETIC.
4.When did you move to Chelsea? Where did you live before moving to Chelsea? I have lived all over but moved to Chelsea when I became Principal at Dwight E. Beach Middle School. My wife is a realtor so we are always looking at houses.
5.What do you love about where you currently live? The close knit community with strong support for the schools!
6.If you could have a second home anywhere, where would it be? South Florida.
7. What three words describe your style? Fancy, Modern and Clean.
8.What is one trend in design you do not like? That wallpaper is coming back.
9.Have you ever built a new home or remodeled an existing one? Yes to both. We have a built a new home here in Chelsea and remodeled a couple of homes over the years.
10.What is the biggest interior design issue you struggle with (during the construction phase above, or just in general?) How to maximize space with existing furniture.
11.If you were moving and could only pick one item from your home to keep, what would it be? Family portraits we currently have in our Dining Room.
12. No room is complete without. A chandelier- we have many.
13.Name an item you purchased for your home that you regret buying. A sofa for our living room that is so uncomfortable no one sits on it.
14.What hobby do you spend the most time on? I am a doctoral student so my hobbies are currently on the back burner.
A few of your favorite things:
Movie: We love watching movies – if you asked my wife, she would say Jumanji, but I would say the Rocky Series.
Favorite Historical Place you’ve visited: I attend our annual 8th grade DC trip most years, so any of the monuments and memorials there top my list.
Song, Artist or Style of Music: Anything 80’s Hair Metal. I am a huge Poison and Motley Crue fan.
Meal: Anything seafood.
Travel Destination on your bucket list: Bermuda – we love the beach, so anywhere really with water and sand!
Things to collect: Books – I am an avid reader.
Favorite Museum: The Detroit Institute of Art.
Color: Navy Blue
Favorite Design Style Contemporary
Dogs, Cats or Other? Dogs