Meagan Camp Interiors is a NYC-based firm focused on residential interior design. A boutique firm, our aim is quality as we strive to offer a seamless experience alongside beautiful designs.

Our projects range from decorating, light renovations to full-on construction. We specialize in sophisticated, fresh, modern-traditional spaces that never feel stuffy or overly designed.

We understand a beautifully and intentionally designed space can be a living meditation, and has the power to transform your life.


Meagan comes from a heritage of New York based designers. Her great-grandfather was an acclaimed architect, whose most notable work was the restoration of the New York City Public Library. His wife, Meagan's great-grandmother, was an interior designer with her own firm. Their children, and Meagan's grandfather, went on to restore and design homes in the New York State area. Some of these homes were featured in House Beautiful's interior design books and magazines in the 1980's. His daughter, and Meagan's mother, renovated and restored homes throughout Meagan’s childhood. Design is, quite literally, in Meagan's blood.

Meagan spent a decade fine-tuning her eye as a stylist before focusing exclusively on interior design. Her aesthetics are a combination of her Northern Californian and East Coast upbringing, often mixing the two coasts and styles together. Her experience in a broad number of fields has given Meagan a unique approach to her projects, and has caught the attention of clients looking to execute an entire vision.

Currently based in New York City, Meagan has projects located in NYC and surrounding areas. She has established herself as an influencer in the field of interior design, with her work being featured in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Elle Decor, Domino, Remodelista, HGTV, Real Simple, and Rue Magazine.