Massucco Warner Miller

Thanks to my latest issue of House Beautiful, I found out about Interior Designer Melissa Warner. Warner is one of three women who forms the trio Massucco Warner Miller, an Interior Design and Decoration firm based in San Francisco with recent expansion into Los Angeles and Seattle.

Warner’s own apt is in the current issue of  House Beautiful and I had to share the images as well as other projects from the design team.

I’ll start with the House  Beautiful spread.

This room can easily be categorized as traditional with the skirted sofa, but the zebra print accent chair and geometric pattern throw pillows transition it into a more contemporary space.

The word eat definitely makes this dining area more playful. And the fact that it is casually placed embraces its playfulness.

She wallpapered this closet door. Brilliant, brilliant idea. And what a fun desk she created.

Oh my, I want this room. The black color is striking against the pale walls and the coral from the pillows and green from the vase add a nice  punch. The array of patterns from the throw pillows, stool, quilt and bedskirt arouse great emotion.

Here are some of my favorite projects I found on MWM site.

This Scalamandre Zebra wallpaper is out of this world. Adds some whimsy to this otherwise traditional guest bathroom.

This is exactly how I’d imagine my teenage daughter’s bedroom.

Those roman shades complete this whole little breakfast nook. I want.

I think every room needs a little pop of black and this office captures it perfectly.

It’s a small world after all. I used this picture in my Totally Toile post and just came to find out it was created by MWM.



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2 responses to “Massucco Warner Miller

  1. Wait. . .you have a teenage daughter? Why don’t I know about this?

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