Design Crush: Melanie Turner

A couple of week’s ago, while I was searching for painted ceiling inspiration for BAM or SLAM, I stumbled across a new to me designer, Melanie Turner.  Have you seen her work!?

Well, if you are a reader of BAM or SLAM, I know you have seen at least one her stunning rooms…

Remember this one?

Since the day I stumbled upon her stunning portfolio, I have been back several times to gush over her designs.

Today, I wanted to share a few of my favorite’s with you. I know you will appreciate her work as much as I do.

Melanie Turner is an Atlanta based Interior Designer. She started Melanie Turner Interiors in 2009 and has since been featured in magazines such as Veranda, Better Homes and Gardens and Atlanta Home’s magazine (to name a few).  In 2011, she was awarded the Southeastern Designer of the Year award.

Melanie prides herself in working with her client’s to reflect their personal style while designing in a classic, timeless manner. I am absolutely head over heels in love with her style. What do you think of it?

To view the rest of her portfolio, click here.

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Comments

  1. says

    Beautiful and I noticed that a lot of the furniture is slip-covered too which is always such a nice option. And I like the touches of rustic she incorporates into her designs too. I’ll have to check out more. I was just thinking about my design crushes and inspirations the other day – I’m adding her to the list.

  2. says

    I am absolutely loving that shade of green mixed in with neutrals! Heading over to see more of her portfolio…

  3. says

    Yeah, apparently I’ve been pinning her a lot and didn’t know it. Love her style! Especially that gray table connected to the white bar…perfect

  4. says

    I’d say “appreciate” is a bit of an understatement…I’m completely gobsmacked…seriously, I want those pale pink curtains like nobody’s business…and that whole room. It’s divine…

  5. says

    I particularly like her off centerl arrangement of furniture in the second picture. It captivated me! It looks like she could have centered everything on the fireplace with its flanking doors but chose something far better to do with the space. Lovely. Her palette is a bit more subdued than I generally go for but her skill is abundant! Great sense of space, again.

  6. says

    How have I NOT heard of her, especially being here in ATL???? Her designs are so refined but I love the unexpected elements she incorporates.
    Thanks for sharing, Elizabeth!
    xo Heidi