Margery Wedderburn
An inviting guestroom layers new and vintage elements, nautical motifs and blue accents.
The dining room of a beach house channels its seaside locale via shiplap walls and a natural-wood sunburst mirror; a custom dining table is paired with woven chairs.
Margery Wedderburn
An inviting guestroom layers new and vintage elements, nautical motifs and blue accents.
The dining room of a beach house channels its seaside locale via shiplap walls and a natural-wood sunburst mirror; a custom dining table is paired with woven chairs.

Design Visionary: Margery Wedderburn

Margery Wedderburn Interiors, LLC

Margery Wedderburn’s high-end residential and commercial design firm specializes in new builds, full renovations and resort and second homes.

How has the pandemic affected the future of design?
People are rethinking what “home” means to them. While incorporating advances in technology, they also want their homes to express more of who they are rather than just a collection of objects they’ve gathered.

What is your philosophy on home as a sanctuary?
The home as a sanctuary has always been central to our design philosophy. We ask our clients: What do your interiors communicate to you? Our spaces connect, relax, energize and inspire—often within the same home.

How will the “new normal” impact open floor plans?
We adapt to the new reality of more people being at home through the use of furniture plans, screens, wall colors and so on. This is how we create individual niches so people can function separately in the same space.

Margery Wedderburn Interiors, LLC – margerywedderburninteriors.com