Discover Jessie D Miller’s Top 3 Residential Design Projects – The award-winning, published interior designer is famous for her sophisticated interior design ideas filled with glamour and excitement for over 10 years. Her work has been published in several international publications, like Elle Décor and the Huffington Post.
Based in St. Louis, Jessie D Miller’s creative soul and artistic eye have completed a number of comprehensive, large-scale projects in St. Louis and select locations around the country. Her design studio creates custom homes by working closely with talented architects and builders to design and refine every detail that goes into creating a client’s dream home.
While she is known for creating uniquely beautiful spaces, Jessie D Miller takes pride in her attention to detail, hard-core work ethic and fearless ability to overcome obstacles. Her experience and expertise allow her clients to enjoy the fun parts of the design process while she and her team expertly manage the tedious and stressful aspects that happen behind the scenes.
Lindell Boulevard High Rise
Located in the Central West End area of St. Louis, this Pre-War, high rise apartment interior design was inspired by 1930’s architecture and 1970’s glamour. With a black, white and gold color palette, this sophisticated project belongs to the studio’s founder, Jessie D Miller. Besides the incredible mid-century furnishings and lighting design, the studio incorporated a unique collection of vintage accessories and art, that added a quirky edge to a traditional space.
Log Cabin Lane
Inspired by the maximalist glamour of the 70s, this luxury bathroom renovation by Jessie D Miller‘s studio turned out amazing thanks to the tri-colored marbles stripes running from the floor around the tub deck and up the wall.
Clayton Road Custom
This mid-century modern project by Jessie D Miller is a glamorous play on family-friendly living ambiances. Mixing modern and vintage design styles, with bold pops of color and patterns, this luxury home includes different architectural elements, lighting, furniture, art, and accessories.
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