Owner & designer
Since founding her company in 2009, Meg LeSueur Lonergan has become one of Houston’s most in-demand designers, known for creating sophisticated interiors that highlight homeowners’ sensibilities and personalities. Born in South Louisiana but uprooted at an early age, Meg lived abroad in Singapore, New Zealand, and France until she moved to Houston with her Kiwi husband. Her design ethos stays true to Southern elegance, tradition and history while reflecting her multi-cultural exposure. Clients turn to Meg for her keen eye to mix the old with the new, the classic with inventive, fine antiques with flea market finds, and eclectic with traditional. She creates unique designs by harmonizing her client’s tastes and treasures with custom art, accessories, antiques, draperies and furniture.
Meg is very attentive to design details and takes a hands-on approach for every project whether it is a simple refresh or a new construction home. Meg Lonergan and her work has been featured in the Houston Chronicle, The Scout Guide Houston, Texas Home & Living, Better Homes and Gardens and House Beautiful magazine.
Linden Utt joined the firm in 2014 as a summer intern and stayed on after summer’s end and was promoted to Design Assistant. She has now taken on the responsibility of all marketing for Meg Lonergan. A native Houstonian, Linden has previously interned at Memorial Antiques and Interiors and has a bachelor’s in Fine Art from Texas Christian University. Linden is quickly getting to know all of the showrooms at the Houston Decorative Center as well as local vintage shopping spots around Houston.
Taylor Whaley is a native Houstonian who began her design career after graduating from Baylor University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interior Design. Taylor has a wide range of experience in both commercial and residential design, working with award-winning architecture and interior design firms in both Dallas and Houston. Her portfolio of work includes high-end homes, corporate lobbies, and hotels, ranging from new construction to full scale renovations. Taylor’s work has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens, the Houston Business Journal and Houston Chronicle. In her free time, Taylor enjoys painting, vintage furniture shopping, exploring new Houston cuisine and spending time with her husband, Matthew, and their Weimaraner, Beau.