A native Washingtonian, Marika established Marika Meyer Interiors in 2007 in Washington, D.C. with the vision of creating well-proportioned environments that are elegant and sophisticated yet welcoming, livable, and absolutely personal — the very definition of feeling right at home. An alumna of Sidwell Friends School, Marika received a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University and studied Interior Design at the Corcoran School of Design.
Marika Meyer Interiors has grown to become one of the most sought after design firms in the area. The firm’s work has been featured in Traditional Home, Interiors, House Beautiful, Washingtonian, Luxe Magazine, Home and Design Magazine and The Washington Post among others. She is also a sought after design advisor and contributor to charitable causes such as Joseph’s House, Room to Rebloom and the Children’s Hospital D.C. Design House.
In 2016, Marika launched Marika Meyer Textiles to marry her love of fine art with the practical needs of a well designed home. The line is a combination of her love and passion for painting and her desire to create fabrics that can serve as the foundation for a room.
Marika enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Michael, and their two young sons — who prove everyday that stain resistant fabrics are worth every penny.
Always drawn to visual arts, Courtney, a Florida native, received her Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from Florida State University. With a well-trained eye for color, textiles and furnishings, she enjoys all aspects of interior design from project planning and scheduling to installation. Courtney works hand-in-hand with the team and clients to ensure a smooth design process from start to finish and a beautiful home. Prior to joining Marika Meyer Interiors, Courtney was an Assistant Designer with Kemble Interiors Palm Beach.
Whitney brings a strong background in theoretical design and fine art to Marika Meyer Interiors. A native Washingtonian, Whitney received a Masters of Arts and Bachelors of Fine Arts from Corcoran College of Art & Design. Before joining the firm, Whitney was a Project Coordinator at GTM Architects working in their Commercial Interiors Studio as well as other local design firms. Her blend of residential and commercial design experience marries her technical understanding and design ethos — an elegant blend of traditional and transitional.
A Southern Oregon native who transplanted to the Washington, D.C. area, Kristin brings more than 20 years of project management experience to the team, not only managing hundreds of moving parts daily including billing and accounting, but also maintaining clients' satisfaction, all while keeping the office running smoothly. With a passion for design and a keen eye for detail, Kristin enjoys assisting the team and thrives on making sure they have what is needed to succeed.