Creating Beautiful Sustainable Homes
Melinda McQueen is a Perth based interior + building designer priding herself on a distinctly contemporary, eclectic style with an unwavering commitment to quality and sustainability.
I believe the emotional journey of my clients is just as critical as the design itself.
Studio McQueen delivers a high level of personal service throughout the design & build process. Guiding clients through the 15 step strategy from design to completion.
Let’s make life sustainably beautiful
Thanks again for the incredible work that you did on the bathroom designs. In my moments of ‘argggh’ with everything else that is going on, they bring me some inner peace.
The new plan you have sent is very clever, I hadn’t thought of that layout. If you need to give our phone number to prospective clients we are both very happy to sing your praises.
Our concept designs were ready quickly and we had them emailed and then posted to us. Understanding solar passive design was a huge bonus. We would happily recommend Melinda to anyone looking for an easy to relate designer who listens, works hard and has great style!
Each design is individual as each client, whether you’re after a home extension or a small home renovation in Perth. Studio McQueen Homes are designed to have a place for everything, but no more than you need.
The key is a carefully considered design layout. After the design phase is complete we then organise quotes from builders who specialise in the size of your project.
I’m Melinda McQueen and I have over 15 years experience as a designer.
My experience began in commercial office interior fit outs then moved into residential drafting and high end renovations for other firms. This includes two years working abroad in London for a high end development company based in Chelsea where my love of compact yet luxury living began.
I started Studio McQueen because I couldn’t bring myself to design another McMansion with the sole purpose of bigger is best philosophy. I needed to go out on my own and follow my learning for sustainable bespoke homes and niche further into sustainable interiors.
I look forward to meeting you and designing your dream space.
The first step in creating your dream space, is booking a discovery call with Melinda.
From The Blog
The latest in Small Home Renovations, Design, Styles & Inspiration
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