Alison Meyer Interiors is a full-service residential interior design firm based in Houston, Texas.


The firm specializes in high quality interiors that demonstrate a commitment to the elegance of classic styles with the simplicity of contemporary design. The firm believes in creating timeless interiors imparting a Neo-traditional style by blending antiques and contemporary elements resulting in spaces that are refined, comfortable, practical, interesting, restrained, and thoughtfully edited.


Alison Meyer founded her eponymous firm in 2011. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Alison graduated from Vanderbilt University and began her career in Charleston, South Carolina working for a premier interior design boutique. She later moved to Washington, DC and obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from Marymount University (CIDA). In DC, Alison worked as the direct assistant to a sought after designer in the Washington metropolitan area. After relocating to Houston, Alison spent four years under the tutelage of interior designer Sandy Lucas of Lucas/Eilers Design Associates where she was published in numerous features and received many local accolades.


Alison brings a strong foundation in interior architecture to each project, and is very experienced in working with architects, builders and craftsmen. She approaches each project with the keen ability to create cohesive and unique living environments, reflective of both her client’s taste and the character of the home. She enjoys developing the personal style of her clients, striving to share her passion for design and architecture to inspire and educate, creating homes of distinctive style and comfort. A perfectionist by nature, Alison seeks to execute each design in a highly detailed and organized fashion.


In addition to their Houston portfolio, Alison Meyer Interiors has completed projects nationwide including Galveston, the Texas Hill Country, California, Wyoming, and South Carolina. Alison is an Allied Member of ASID and is pursuing her accreditation with NCIDQ.

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