MELINDA MULLEN, Allied ASID
Named Best of Houzz for Customer Service 2020
Melinda is inspired by her love of fashion, beauty, travel and the arts. Her passion for interior decorating was an evolution of life experience starting from hairstylist/makeup artist and clothing boutique owner.
Melinda’s knowledge as a stylist and boutique owner taught her many important skills that shaped her career in design. Her love of fashion and art inspire both through the use of scale, balance and proportion. She soon realized how closely related these careers are and how the foundations of each share so many similarities.
Her years of interpersonal skills and working closely with clients taught her how to communicate well and give clients what they want. It is all about collaborating and creating personal spaces that reflect her clients’ personalities and how they live.
Melinda believes that a good designer doesn’t only work on a specific style or aesthetic, but instead has the ability to design for each individual client. Her goal is to be guided by her clients to bring to life their vision, believing that your home is the greatest self-expression there is.
One of her gifts as an interior designer is knowing how to incorporate personal items, treasures from travels, or antiques to give a room warmth and soul no matter what the aesthetic.
Melinda’s portfolio ranges from room refreshes to remodels in primary homes and vacation homes. Her personalized approach paired with a down to earth genuinely friendly personality has gained repeat customers since starting her business in 2016.
She loves creating interiors that reflect her client’s lifestyle, personality and vision. This is what makes a home your home.
"Working with Melinda was an incredible experience. Her attention to detail, transparency during the process, and patience to allow the creative process to unfold were key elements needed to fulfill our project. Melinda is an exceptional professional and I would highly recommend her and her team to anyone contemplating a design project."