About Us

Meta Coleman is best known for her warm, yet whimsy, colour and pattern-filled homes. An interior designer based in Provo, Utah, she offers virtual consultations, mood boards and end-to-end design services to clients across the United States, Canada, and Europe. As a trained artist and photographer, Meta’s projects are consistently grounded in her signature use of colour. Each space is beautifully layered and incorporates some wonderful, unexpected use of texture. Her journey into interior design was inspired by her grandfather – an architect, avid art collector and printer. As a child, she often spent her summers travelling across Germany and the European Countryside.

How would you describe your style?

“I’m inspired by storytelling, I want to tell the story of a homeowner in their space. I love a lot of different styles. I love to mix styles, colours, and patterns. I love to take the history of the home into consideration when I’m designing. It’s important to me to incorporate the homeowner and the whole family into the space.”

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"Meta recently finished a kitchen and pantry remodel in Encinitas, Calif., a small surf town just outside of San Diego. The homeowner, a mother of five, wanted a highly functional and efficient French Country kitchen that could accommodate the demands of her busy family. First, Meta reimagined the layout, so its views align with the adjacent living room. A roomy island – painted blue with woven, radio-weave cabinet fronts –- multitasks as storage and plenty of space for snacks and spreading out homework. Handmade Dutch corner tiles and oak cabinetry add warmth while a custom scalloped open cupboard in a stained green hue adds more colour and character. A rounded standalone cabinet with hand-painted floral motifs cleverly disguises a side-by-side refrigerator and freezer. For added storage (and easier access to snacks) Meta repurposed 300 square feet from an under-utilized music room to expand the family’s pantry. Framed by a Dutch door, the walk-in is painted in a cheery, buttery yellow (the homeowner’s favourite colour) and soothing deep cream. Blue and white tiles add a graphic contrast, as do a pair of floral skirts in lieu of traditional cabinetry. Finally, banquette seating, covered in forgiving performance fabrics, are the idyllic landing spot for the family to gather after a busy day."

Chaunte Vaughn