Molly McGinness Interior Design specializes in high end residential design, providing unpretentious luxury created with designs that are visually distinctive, functional and enduring.
Molly McGinness Interior Design (MMID) is dedicated to creating high end interior spaces that are visually interesting and luxurious while at the same time very livable and comfortable. High quality natural materials are mainstays in selections whether it is a piece of furniture, fabric, wall covering or flooring. Choosing sustainable materials is an increasing commitment for MMID. While each project is tailored to the client, there is a consistent smart use of colors, textures and patterns in every design. MMID designs range from classic simplicity with muted palettes to eclectic arrangements with striking hues.
Molly McGinness started MMID in 2000 after working for residential design firms in Chicago. She has experience in kitchen and bath design, model home design and custom furniture design and fabrication. Molly was the production designer for HGTV’s My First Place in Chicago, has designed award winning window treatments, and was published in Spectacular Homes Chicago. She is a professional member of ASID, is NCIDQ certified, a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of USGBC. In addition to a degree in Interior Design from Harrington Institute of Interior Design she also has a degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University. A tireless traveler, Molly has lived in Japan and Spain and now resides in Cape Cod.
“Molly was great…she was able to understand and meet my needs as a single, busy professional. Her style is very collaborative. She was able to guide my decisions when I did not know what I wanted but at the same time fulfilled my expectations when I knew what I did want. I would highly recommend her.”
Dr. Mikesell, Homeowner, Chicago
“Extremely personable and easy to work with, Molly McGinness specializes in creative yet classic designs for residential spaces. Molly appreciates the challenge of designing in a variety of styles, but she usually avoids trends and promotes classic décor with eclectic variations.”
Panache Partners, Spectacular Homes of Chicago
“The variety of fabrics used in the pillows adds texture to the room and can be interchanged among the sitting areas. Annette Stramesi loves the colors and the “stylish update of traditional design.”
Window Fashions Magazine