Instagram is such an amazing resource for networking and meeting like minded individuals, and lately I have been discovering some incredible talent. Over the next few weeks, I am going to feature some of my fabulous new Instagram friends, starting with Meg Hosler, founder of Meggie H. Interiors.
Introducing talented Boston-based designer, Meg Hosler. A former educator and full-time mother, Meg has always maintained a passion for decorating and knows how to create a beautiful, comfortable and functional home. In 2008, she founded Meggie H. Interiors, working part-time while still maintaining focus on her family. Eight years year, Meg is able to pursue her passion full-time after her first born sets off to college and her youngest about to get his driver's license. Her signature design style? Effortlessly elegant and traditionally chic. Without further ado, let's check out her beautiful portfolio, shall we?
I love Chinoiserie–but some of you may have no idea what I am talking about, so, at the risk of boring you to tears, let me explain (and maybe I will convince you to love it as much as I do!). Chinoiserie comes from the French word “Chinois” which means Chinese. It was a popular decorative arts style in Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries. During that time, trade was booming between Europe and Asia, and the Europeans were interested in Asian culture and began to produce their own Asian-inspired art and furnishings. Chinoiserie is still very popular in decorating today, and many traditional-style rooms use Chinoiserie inspired elements.
Meg Hosler is the founder of Meggie H. Interiors. As a former educator and full time mother, Meg has always maintained a passion for decorating. Meg’s interest in decorating was very obvious from early on in her life as she enjoyed her mother’s decorating magazines instead of the usual teen ones. I would say that’s a sure sign!