Noteworthy

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Marsha Faulkner is an award-winning interior designer, author and blogger and her blog Noteworthy is one of the best interior design blogs out there. Marsha and her team at Studio M shares best practices including home decor tips. We also enjoy sharing art, culture and all things design. She frequents trade shows, art openings, competitions, furniture galleries, even thrift stores to find the coolest and most unique products and home decor. We love sharing our experiences with you. If you have suggestions feel free to make a request. Maybe you’ll be featured in our next blog article.

At Studio M Interior Design Jacksonville FL, we’ve focused our lives and careers on bringing great ideas to life through the interior design of offices, homes, restaurants, healthcare…each project an expression of our client’s passion. Every person is a unique individual and every space we create is personally tailored to how you live, work and play.

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Studio M joins Sub-Zero in the Miami Design District. Sub-Zero is the exclusive provider for kitchen appliances in the new Studio M office coming in 2021....

We're nerding out on Spring color trends with 9 exciting color palettes for your next project.⁠ Check our palette and the corresponding Pantone colors. ...

With winter a distant memory, (at least in Florida) we're excited share our floral inspirations. We find influence in all disciplines of design and the use of flora and fauna integrates nature and the outdoors into our spaces. ...

As part of my creative process I always turn my sketchbook to generate ideas. I like the freedom to explore ideas without the hinderance of electronic screens. Although I do like the new sketch features in iPad Pro. Here are some of my recent sketches...

I’m so excited to have been asked to contribute again this year in Arbus Magazine’s 24th annual Art + Architecture issue.  Since the worldwide outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have witnessed systemic changes to our behavior and how we interact with one other. These new...

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