Thursday, January 21, 2016

a brooklyn 'before + after' with West Elm

With the new year underway, you may be thinking about giving your home a little love. Why not start with your entryway? It's the first room you see when entering your home and the last one upon leaving it... and no doubt the hardest working area especially during these Winter months.

I partnered with West Elm to give this Brooklyn entryway a well deserved update. Want to see the finished space? Head over to their blog to see the entire story!


Friday, January 1, 2016

hosting a holiday party with Madewell

Last month, I co-hosted a Holiday party with Madewell at their Madison Avenue location in Manhattan. You may remember me frolicking around the hood in my favorite Madewell coat in preparation for this event!

As a devoted Upper East Sider (never thought I'd say it!), I was thrilled to celebrate the season with one of my favorite brands at their only uptown store. I asked friends to swing by, grab some bubbly and partake in the complimentary monogramming.

HUGE thanks to Madewell and to everyone who attended! 

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

You're Invited: Madewell & 'Meagan Camp Style' Holiday Party

Hi Friends!

Please join me for a Holiday party I'm co-hosting with 
MADEWELL to celebrate the season!

Wednesday, December 9th
Madewell Madison Ave (map)
6pm - 8pm

> champagne, treats and tunes
> 25% off purchases of $125+
> complimentary monogramming (new, old, anything Madewell!)

This event is invite only, guests welcome. 

I look forward to seeing you there!
x Meagan

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

new work! styling for better homes and gardens

What do you get when you style four celebrity chefs and their favorite Thanksgiving dish? A pretty great story, if I do say so myself! 

My team and I created these awesome walls using vintage wallpaper and the prefect white dish to compliment each recipe -- check out Better Homes and Gardens November 2015 issue for the complete story.

 Prop & Set Styling by Me
Photography by Paul Brissman
Food Styling by Heather Meldrom

Monday, September 21, 2015

my apartment featured in new interiors book!

I'm thrilled to have my NYC apartment featured in a new book by Anne Sage and Chronicle Books!

Blogger Anne Sage knows a wise truth: decorating our living spaces for our goals is the first step in making them happen. In Sage Living, she opens the door to covetable dwellings designed to boost the dreams of their occupants. It will make you think about the 'why' behind interior design, and about how you can live your best life though decorating.

--> Pick up your copy here.

In addition to my Upper East Side studio apartment (seen above), 28 other spaces fabulous are featured, all photographed beautifully by Emily Johnston.

Some recent press:

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

photography & styling workshop

Join me this Sunday in Dumbo, BK as I join forces with photographer Evi Abeler to teach a class on Product Photography and Styling.

Geared towards crafters, makers and small business owners, this workshop offers tips and tools to style, light and photograph your product to make it look amazing!

Sign up for this event HERE.. and PS: it's free!

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

styling a brooklyn brownstone // featured on remodelista

If you're anything like me, walking down one of those beautiful, historic NYC brownstone-lined streets at night means the chance to see how people decorate. Yup, when night falls and the lights go on I'm the creeper ogling at my neighbors original architecture, details and paint choices.

I recently had the chance to style one of these beautiful homes, a circa 1899 Italianate Brooklyn brownstone for Lang Architecture, who did an overhaul on this home that had been divided into three apartments with wall-to-wall carpet (!!!).

The homeowners wanted to restore the historic elements of the house while also allowing it to feel fresh and modern. They also wanted to bring in light and make the rooms as open and spacious as posible. So Lang cut out giant holes in the masonry back of the house and inserted a two store wall of steel-framed windows.

See below for the final space and HERE to read more about the project on Remodelista.

Photography by Ty Cole.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

swimming holes

A recent dip in a swimming hole has changed my outlook this summer!

Apparently I'm not alone, The New York Time's T Magazine just did an Instagram round up of swimming holes from around the world...

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