Liz Miller embarked on her career in interior design to combine her passion for the world of the arts with her strong belief that our environment can truly affect us all. Known for her classic with a touch of modern style, Liz combines vintage pieces with new objects, high-end items with bargain buys to create elegant and practical spaces that range in style from contemporary to traditional fitting the individual needs of each client.
Always an art lover it was her backpack trip through Europe and then college semester in Italy studying Architecture and Art History and Urban Planning, that opened the doors to the world of how we live with architecture and art, and the power it can have to ground us to our history while inspiring us to make changes. Liz then earned a BA from Brown University, graduating magna cum laude in 2000 with a double major in Art & Architecture History and Urban Studies and completed with honors the Interior Design program at Parsons School of Design in 2005. She has over a decade of architecture and decorating experience gained through her years working at the acclaimed preservation architecture firm Beyer Blinder Belle and later the renowned design firm of David Easton, both in New York City.
Now back home in Boston and a mother of two little kiddos, Liz volunteers with her town Master Plan Implementation Committee, helping to coordinate town wide initiatives and donates a portion of her proceeds to The Home for Little Wanderers, providing shelter and services to families in need.
Liz brings her casually elegant design aesthetic, excitement for change, touch of DIY adventure, appreciation for historic materials, and her realistic everyday living approach to each project. She loves dinner parties (yes they count even if you’re having pizza), exploring cities and shops, and always looking around the corner for what might be next.