Meadowbank Designs, with principal designers Laura Buchner and Kirsten McCoy, prides itself upon designing custom homes with traditional and transitional style from start to finish. From historic preservation, vacation homes, to additions and renovations, the firm has completed a wide range of projects throughout the country for generations of clients. Whether it is a custom designed piece of furniture or a one-of-a-kind lighting fixture, Meadowbank Designs uses only the best artisans and craftsmen to transform designs on paper to reality. Clients value their ability to focus on all of the details from the smallest throw pillow to the most elegant window treatment design.

Meadowbank Designs’ core strengths include color sensibility, appreciation for fine arts and antiques, kitchen and bathroom design, custom cabinetry solutions, lighting, and tailored interior product design.

Laura and Kirsten met at Drexel University where they both received their Masters of Science in Interior Architecture and Design. The firm was founded in 1982 by Penny Steele and was named for her former Main Line estate outside of Philadelphia, PA.

Service Provided
Complete Interior Design Services, Space Planning, Interior Architecture, Decorating

Area Served
Philadelphia, Suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Florida, Wyoming, Colorado, California, North Carolina, New England, Nationwide

Certification and Awards
ASID IDA Awards 2010, 2012, Best of Houzz 2012, 2013 and 2014
Main Line Area Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
37 West Avenue
Wayne, PA 19087
Typical Job Costs: $50,000 - $25,000,000
Commented: coffee table The living room is about 18 feet wide by 20 feet long.
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Commented: Where are the three paintings with the red lips from? Hi Chandra- they belonged to the owner when we started the project. I'm sure you can find something similar online if you are searching art sites!
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Commented: What type of crown was used? HI designcraven- Yes it is a flat piece below to make a "stacked" molding. You can do this with a good carpenter, or with pieces you can get at a home store like Home Depot. You can really make whatever...
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