“Meredith isn’t a designer for what is, she is a designer for what could be. If it doesn’t exist, Meredith will create it”.

Meredith Ellis is an Austin based Interior Designer specializing in new construction and large-scale renovations.

Before starting her own business in 2008, Meredith spent over 10 years honing her skills under the renowned Bunny Williams in New York City, Thomas Beeton in Los Angeles, and famed White House designer Michael Smith. In June of 2016, Meredith was selected as a 2016 New Trad by Traditional Home magazine, identifying her as one of the 10 most notable up-and-coming designers in the country.   She has been featured in several online and print publications including Architectural Digest, Traditional Home, TRAD Home, Better Homes and Gardens, Luxe, Austin Way, and the Los Angeles Times. In 2015, Meredith was one of 13 Interior Designers nationally to participate in the Second Annual Sotheby’s Designer Showhouse in New York City. Meredith is also the founder of JAMES Showroom in Austin, a boutique designer resource representing specialty lines of hand-blocked fabrics and wallpaper, lighting, rugs, furniture and more, for the state of Texas.

Meredith feels her most important role is to help each client discover the full potential of what their dream home can be. She tailors each project to the client’s personality and lifestyle. Her spaces are always fresh and creative, with a touch of the unexpected. She skillfully layers materials, patterns, textures, and colors, while always making sure a home never looks “decorated” or “stuffy”. Meredith accounts for every detail along the way, as each element plays into the final product … a beautiful, livable home that represents the client.

Meredith currently maintains projects In Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, and the Texas Hill Country.  Click here to contact Meredith about your project.

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Click on image below to learn more about Meredith Ellis in her interview with Million Dollar Decorating’s James Swan.

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