Atmosphere 360 Studio is a comprehensive interior design firm founded by principal designer and artist Melissa Frederiksen. Available services include space planning, color consultation, remodel and redesign, home staging, project management, and personal shopping for furniture and accessories.
Melissa studied interior design at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Her instructors were primarily architects and as a result her designs are rich in modern architectural influence. She is also a gallery shown artist and for two years lived in a selective artist studio building in Detroit. Artistic principles appear in her design projects as she creates depth and sculptural elements with spaces. Depending on project scope, Melissa can create original works of art specifically to complete a client's design.
Melissa also specializes in home staging and redesign. She consistently works with real estate agents to stage listings for quicker sale. "Creating a consistent client relationship yields stunning results."

Services Provided
Interior Design
Original Art
Home Staging
Fireplace Design
Project Management
Color Consulting
Bath Design
Kitchen Design

Areas Served
Nashville, Middle Tennessee, Western Lower Michigan, Southeastern Lower Michigan and Northern Georgia

Certifications and Awards
Featured in Architectural Digest - Reader Bedroom Showcase
Nashville's Cutting Edge Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2013

Contact: Melissa Frederiksen
Location: 31 Annandale Dr
Nashville, TN 37215
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