Hello! I'm Michelle Gage.

I am a Philadelphia suburbs-based interior designer, with an affinity playful prints. I fell in love with interior design at an early age. My trusty Lisa Frank notebook was always at my side, full of floor plan sketches and decor ideas. I opened it up at every house I entered. Whether you wanted it or not, I was always ready to offer a friendly floor plan fix.

As years passed, that passion stuck with me and ultimately led me to study at Virginia Tech, where I received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design. Upon graduation, I moved to Philadelphia to work as a home merchant at Anthropologie HQ, buying everything from art and antiques to lighting and decorative textiles. I've worked with wonderful partners from all over the globe, buying antiques from French dealers and producing lighting with Asian vendors. 

Fast forward a few years to where I am now - creating magical spaces that are a true reflection of you, your family and your lifestyle. I take joy in creating homes that appear curated over time, combining your requests and personal taste with my artful eye and experience. Every space created is a true collaboration of visions. My work has been featured by DominoDesign SpongeApartment Therapy, HGTV Magazine - just to name a few.

Currently, my husband, rescue pups and I reside right outside of the City of Brotherly Love, where we are busy renovating our forever home. When I'm not designing, you can find me at flea markets, thrift stores and estate sales. I'm always on the hunt for a glorious vintage find. I seek out the best markets while traveling. I've been lucky enough to shop The Paris Flea Market, The Brimfield Antique Market and The Rose Bowl in Pasadena - all magical, in my opinion!


“Michelle was so amazing to work with. She listened to me, respected my opinions and opened my mind and eyes to so many different styles that I didn’t even know existed! My home looks so beautiful and I could not, in one million years, have done this myself. I loved how she wanted me to be part of the process and didn’t push ideas or designs that she knew were just not my taste. I smile every time I look at my new interior!!” - Hallie