Meg Braff embarked on her career in interior design after attending Vanderbilt University and the prestigious Parsons School of Design. Starting as an associate for Ellen McCloskey Associates, she and later worked as a designer with Jeff Lincoln before founding Meg Braff Interiors in 1994. Meg is known for her youthful take on traditional design, delivering livable spaces with playful glamour and modern perspective—this sophisticated mix of antique and eclectic has made her a highly sought-after designer.
Meg's style is best described as effortlessly chic and timeless, and her unique vision and fresh eye have informed her work on residential projects from Jamaica to the Hamptons. Her signature flair for fusing bold colors and patterns allows completed projects to exude a welcoming sensibility that reflect her Southern roots. In addition to her interior design work, Meg launched her own wallpaper collection company, Meg Braff Designs, LLC, and owns an eponymous antiques store in Locust Valley, New York, which is curated exclusively by Meg.
Meg pens a monthly design column for Coastal Living magazine and has her exciting first book in the works with Rizzoli, to be released in Spring 2017. A native of Tupelo, Mississippi, she is married to Douglas Braff and is a mother of four boys. She is on the board of The Bone Marrow Foundation and The Decorator's Club, and her work has appeared in publications including House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Coastal Living, Southern Living, Southern Accents, Renovation Style and others.