About Nancy Meadows

Lifestyle Interior Designer

I never felt I had a place to call my own until I was 13 years old. No, I was never actually homeless; I always had a roof over my head, but I still felt “homeless” because I never had a space that really felt like me, that I could truly call my own.

Throughout all of my early development years, I lived in many different homes with my mother and then later with my little sister.

That’s when a miracle happened that forever changed my life for the better.

My mom remarried to a man who, at least to me, was a man among kings. Besides giving me emotional security, his profession in architecture helped me to finally feel like I had a home. He designed and added on bedrooms to our home for my sister and myself. What a gift that was. We each had our own beautiful, private space. My room allowed for daydreams and fostered my creativity. This opened up a whole new world for me. It taught me to appreciate beauty and intentional design. In essence, my environment and my experience of it began to affect who I was to become later in life. This was my first taste of  Mindful Interior Design!

It took me a long while, with many twists and turns, to finally understand fully that a home not only affects who we are but also has the power to affect us emotionally, for better or worse. And this impacts us as we live, both in our homes and in the world outside of them.

I don’t share my story for any other reason except to show how I gained crystal-clear clarity for what our homes really represent for us. It’s the one place that has the ability to provide and foster a sense of safety, comfort, love, and beauty that is unique to each of us. It’s the one place where you can close your door to the world when you need space and sanctuary and re-open it when you choose to step out again.

As shared earlier, it took me years to discover what I really loved—helping heartfelt women create their perfect space that not only looks beautiful and is functional but, most importantly, feels right for all who live there. Hence the term I coined as Mindful Interior Design!

From changing faces to changing spaces…

After owning a day spa for many years, the right time came for me to sell my business and finally study interior design, which I did at the Sheffield School of Interior Design in New York.

Since making that intentional transition in 2002, I also became certified in decorative painting; studied staging homes for re-sale and re-design; and earned certification as an Interior Environment Coach. Simply explained, both of these means the study of design and how it affects emotion and well-being.

I will never stop learning. It’s the only way to give heartfelt women such as yourself every advantage to have the home environment of your dreams.

I invite you to give yourself permission to transform the spaces in your home into places you love to live, play, and create in. And, should you want a guide to help you uncover the many creative ways you can create the home you love by working with pieces you already have and adding nuances in color and organization to get to the essence of what really matters in your interior spaces, I would be honored to have the opportunity to work with you. If you’d like to learn more, please click here to schedule a complimentary consultation, where we will work together to see how we can create a welcoming living space that meets your lifestyle needs and budget.

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