Meghan Elliott holds a dual degree in Engineering and Interior Design with a background in project management. She has worked for one of the top model home design companies in the nation with both UK and US design training and today has her own interior design and decor practice. Her diverse background in engineering and project management uniquely balanced with her creative training and detail oriented eye for design allow her to develop creative and comprehensive designs with attention to detail. Meghan has designed several residential spaces including model homes for some of the top builders in America. She is eager and ready to take on any design project, large or small.
Describe your go-to style:
My go-to style is a contemporary transitional style that feels elevated and inspiring yet inviting and relaxing. I lean towards clean lines, neutral, earthy tones and layers of organic textures and materials to bring depth and life to a space. As a Southern California native with an English husband, I draw from the luxe organic style influences of the So Cal beaches blended with tailored transitional style of traditional English homes.
What drives you to design?
Design impacts and frames a person's everyday life. A good design should marry the personality of the client with the spirit of the home. My ultimate goal and what drives me to design is creating a space that compliments and enhances the lifestyle of the client to positively impact and influence one client or family at a time.
From where do you draw most of your inspiration?
I draw most of my inspiration from travel and my design icons including Studio McGee, Bria Hammel Interiors, and House of Bohn. I have traveled domestically and internationally and find that every culture and community can offer such a blend of history and tradition in design and style. The uniquely beautiful craftsmanship of each location has left an imprint on my design style and shapes and forms each project and design that I do.