Marcelle Guilbeau is an award-winning designer who has been featured in StyleBlueprintElle DecorUSAToday, Rue Daily, Nashville Lifestyles MagazinenFocusApartment Therapyand DesignSponge.

She has received Best of Houzz for the last five years and was asked to curate Wanderlust and Whimsy, a popular Joss and Main event.

Marcelle has accreditation through the National Council for Interior Designers Qualification and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).

     

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Before & After: A Must-See Renovated 1903 Victorian Home

Before & After: A Must-See Renovated 1903 Victorian Home

A historic home that has been well-preserved in its original architectural state is a rare find, indeed. Largely untouched by modern conveniences, it offers a glimpse into a bygone era and a beautiful foundation from which design inspiration flows. Such is the case...

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How to do Eclectic Design

How to do Eclectic Design

Anyone that has ever worked with me, or spent time reading my blog, knows that a big part of my work is helping clients identify their unique design style, or what I call their Soul Style. I have a process that allows them to get very clear on whether they are traditionalists, modernists, sensualists, or practicalist at heart. (You can learn more about that process here). Today, however, I am going to discuss an additional design style that is unique and fun, and that can be integrated into all four soul styles — And so enters, Eclecticism.

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Vision Boards for 2020

Vision Boards for 2020

What will define our era? Can you believe it's been 100 years since the roaring ’20s?  It was a glamorous decade for sure, and the heyday of interior designers that gave birth to Modernism, Bauhaus and Art Deco...   It makes this designer ponder how the new...

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