Michelle Williams founded her elegant interior design firm, Michelle Williams Interiors, in 2002 with her vision for specializing in high-end residential projects, vacation and second homes.
After attending Simmons College in Boston, Michelle moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a celebrity publicist. While she always felt a calling for interior design, it took a few years in the corporate world and encouragement from leading architects and designers to finally take the leap of faith. Michelle moved back to Chicago ready to establish her career in the design world.
Fast forward fifteen years and Michelle is still incredibly passionate about her projects and clients. As one of the most sought-after interior designers in the Midwest, Michelle’s imaginative, yet sophisticated designs have made her “one-to-watch.” She currently resides in Riverwoods, a suburb of Chicago, with her husband and kids. Michelle’s work is consistently featured in local and national media, as well as photographed and quoted in everything from Factio Magazine to InStyle.com.
Sophisticated Designs Since 2002…
In 2002, Michelle officially launched Michelle Williams Interiors, a go-to resource for design dilemmas and style solutions. Collaborating with clients on projects from coast to coast, this industry authority’s portfolio ranges from luxury condominiums to sprawling estates, high-end primary residents, vacation and second homes.
Mixing modern pieces with traditional designs, Michelle can move from Baroque to Herman Miller in a few short steps. With her broad scope of experience and open mind, clients always feel confident in Michelle’s effortless ability to carry out their vision with care.
Global travel is a big source of inspiration, with several trips to locations around the world to collect furniture, accessories, and art, shipping it back to her design warehouse in Chicago. Clients quickly flock to see her latest finds and one-of-a-kind pieces, including a bone-inlayed chair from the markets of Israel, paintings from Italy, stone beads from Guatemala, and pulp art from Mexico.