About Meg

Originating from her desire to create deeply personal, relaxing, and functional homes for her own family, Mary Ellen "Meg" Labaziewicz’ interest in interior design began a long time ago. In 2016, after years of putting her special mark on the many spaces in the many places all around the world that she has called home, Labaziewicz’ made her design acumen available to clients in North Central Texas.

Meg brings a unique combination of design skill and financial savvy to every project. A graduate of the Interior Design Institute out of San Francisco (Interior and Commercial Design, Home Staging), coupled with her 13 years in financial planning at AMEX and Citibank, Meg has developed a unique approach to recommending custom décor solutions while keeping her eye on the numbers. Her designs will be beautiful and personal, the elements and materials will be creatively sourced, and the bottom line will hold no surprises. 

Recent projects include decorating the offices of an international corporation, designing 2 local new businesses, redesigning several local residences, and staging several local realtors’ listings.

When Meg is not creating beautiful environments, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Peter, their two children, and their dog. Together, they love to travel the world, indulge in great food, and go on various adventures with friends.

Mary Ellen "Meg" Labaziewicz's interest in decorating started many years ago with a desire to create a deeply personal, relaxing and functional home to share with her family. She completed several interior design classes and helped to decorate multiple homes of family and friends.  Soon her interest evolved into a passion. She takes pride in creating unique and special environments that reflect her client's personality.

Having lived in Japan and China for 12 years and traveling all over the world, Meg has cultivated a unique aesthetic. She's is a graduate of the Interior Design Institute, studying interior and commercial design, as well as home staging. Her recent projects include decorating the offices of an international corporation, interior design for a local new business, several residential redesigns and home staging.

When Meg is not creating beautiful environments, she enjoys spending time with her husband, their two children, and their dog. Together, they love to travel the world, indulge in great food and go on various adventures with friends.

A Note from Meg:

“It is my belief that we are happiest when surrounded by things that we love which hold meaning for us. My favorite part of being an interior designer is that I get to help my clients experience that particular happiness in their homes and businesses.

“I love the time at the beginning of a project – when I’m just starting to work with a new client. I learn what is most important to them, I hear their unique story, where they’ve come from and how they’ve arrived at where they are. It’s like the beginning of any relationship, really, there’s so much to discover about each other, and I really do love developing friendships with my clients. I am emotionally invested in finding the best for them. My advice takes into account their likes and dislikes, their comfort with change, their budget, their wants and needs, and their feelings about family, hearth and home. I help my clients express themselves – their past, present and future – and to imprint that on their living space or work area is a thrill for me.

“My love of interior design is not new. I’ve decorated a number of homes for my family because we’ve moved so often! When work took us to the far east for more than a dozen years, first to Japan and later to China, it was important to me that my family have a comfortable nest in each new place, but also that we immersed ourselves in the culture and “vibe” of our new home. Weaving the story we brought with us with the culture that surrounded us has been a challenge I have relished wherever we’ve lived. I often ended up helping other expatriate friends design their spaces, too, and those collaborations, in particular, sparked something in me.

“So … when I returned to the US, I made my passion my profession.”