I ❤️ working on powder bathrooms because it’s a small room where you can have the BIGGEST impact! Plus, it’s the one room where clients are more willing to go bold! One of the best tips I can provide your...
Every home tells a story… and it’s the story of the person who lives there. My work is about giving your home a new meaning, a new feeling, a new story. To me, design is another language we use to express ourselves, and my goal is to design homes that bring my clients joy, and gives them a sense of “this space is me, this is who I am.”
I don’t believe in a magic design bullet. What I do believe in is listening respectfully. Dreaming big. Seeing possibility. Inspiring authenticity. And ultimately capturing the spirit of your home.
I design homes that resonate with us… homes that sing.
let’s dream together
I spend a lot of time talking to clients about dreaming, dreaming about possibility. Together we go on a journey to dream bigger about their home, and consider “what if” before “we can’t.” So I think it’s only fair that I share my own dreams.
There are so many different design styles I love, which makes it hard to pick just one. Ideally I would have several different homes that fulfill my love of design. Because hey…my motto is ‘a girl can always dream!’
We had never used a designer on our prior projects, only architects we knew and trusted. Given our experience working with Melinda, we will always use a designer (and hopefully it will be Melinda) for any future projects. A great way to get terrific results with minimal stress. And that’s the name of the game in our minds.
– John & Margaret Anthony
From the blog
Things are buzzing in the office, but our house is also abuzz with construction projects. My projects are no different than my clients, in that there is always something that throws us a curve ball, we spend...
This quote pretty much sums up what’s been on my mind of late. What kind of a difference do I want to make for myself, my business, the world? This has partially come about recently because of a cough I’ve...