A designer that likes to guide her to think out of the box, Meg Lonergan tells me about starting her namesake company, a tented ceiling that she created in her own home, and how to create a curated interior.
From journalism major to interior designer, Caitlin Murray from Black Lacquer Design believes that the little details make all the difference. She tells me about her design philosophies and firm from her studio in Los Angeles.
Sarah Wittenbraker believes that home is the where you can fully be yourself and she aspires to help her clients attain that self-expression. An advocate for not taking life too seriously, I chat with the vibrant owner of Sarah Wittenbraker Interiors from her Austin home about humor and her wordless blog.
The mom-daughter duo of Bella B Home is all about honest-to-goodness design and giving the client the best possible collaborative experience. I chat with daughter Blair Britt on working with her mom, her design philosophy and about creating gorgeous tablescapes.
Barbara Gilbert is a designer with a passion for color and a conscience to help those less fortunate. Her involvement with local charity Dwell with Dignity is inspiring and humbling. She tells me about the project and her work from Barbara Gilbert Interiors' offices in Dallas.
The world is a playground for this Austin, Texas native who has decided to embrace technology and take her design practice digital. I have a chat with designer and stylist Maureen Stevens from Maureen Stevens Styling and Design about her personal style, family and e-design.
Attention to detail and a natural ability to know what works in an interior space is what compelled Alexis Manfer to choose interior design as a career and start her own company, Alexis Manfer,Inc.. I have a chat with her from her home in Orange County.