I finally found the words I needed! And, I don’t think I’ve ever used this word before in my life, but I truly do “marvel” at the work you accomplished.
You were lovely, and certainly proved your competency above and beyond, and I am thrilled and grateful.
— G. Lynn, Homeowner
Thank you so very much for the wonderful redesign of our living room. God has blessed you with much talent for your profession.
— D. Edgemon, Homeowner
Thank you so much for the wonderful design and staging of my home. It is absolutely picture perfect, and I appreciate your professionalism, flexibility, and courtesy.
— T. Lewis, Homeowner
Thank you, Meghan for the great consultation. After numerous attempts at decorating my home I feel like I’m finally on the right track thanks to your advice. You gave me so many great ideas on how to update my home, many of which I can implement right away. And I like knowing when the opportunity arises to make some bigger changes I’ll already have a plan in place. You have a wonderful sense of style coupled with an everyday practicality. I only wish I’d met you 5 years ago when I first moved into my
house! It would’ve saved me a great deal of time, money and frustration.
Thank you again!
— C. Kelley, Homeowner


Meghan’s penchant for design began at a very early age. Born on the East Coast, but raised in Texas, the mixture of casual southern charm with East Coast classicism continues to influence her design philosophy. After studying art and design at Providence College and FIT, Meghan worked in London, New York, Boston and Dallas where she gained valuable experience in space planning, color theory, furniture design, lighting, and visual merchandising for industry giants like Burberry, Conde Nast, and Crate & Barrel. 

 In 2010 Meghan launched Meghan Shadrick Interiors.  Whether designing an urban brownstone, a cottage retreat, or a classic suburban colonial, Meghan strives to create homes that are stylish, livable, and most of all reflect their owners’ unique personality and style. 

It is less about starting from scratch than starting with an item of inspiration that may already exist in the home, such as a collection of pottery or a chair that has been inherited from a family member. The combination of bringing together old and new, traditional and modern, high end and low end is what gives a room its soul and individuality. "Clients often have a good start to a room with some key pieces, but it's the layering and filling in of new furniture, artwork, accessories, and finer details that make a room feel complete."  The result is a space that is fresh, unique, and a true reflection of the client. This is very rewarding for both the homeowner and Meghan. Its a partnership with the client, and a successful design is one that the client truly feels at home in. 

Meghan's work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Houzz, Boston Globe Magazine, HGTV Magazine and Apartment Therapy as well as numerous blogs. 

Meghan currently lives with her children, Liam and Cora, and her husband, Dave, in Arlington.