Meg McSherry Interiors

Interior with arm chair and coffee table. facing open patio windows

A family of four with two dogs commissioned the construction of a new "forever home" near Boston, with a focus on natural light and a calming atmosphere. The interior design utilized neutral colors, natural materials, comfortable furniture and organic textiles, creating a warm and inviting space.

How did you first discover Cisco Home?

I first discovered Cisco Home through Instagram, and then at a local store (shout out to Comina in Wellesley, MA!).  A few years ago, my team and I went to High Point Market and spent hours at the Cisco showroom.  We tested out every piece of furniture, taking notes on how each piece sat.


We continue to source from Cisco because we are always impressed with both the quality and comfort that each piece provides.  I'm always drawn to furniture that looks relaxed and inviting, encouraging someone to sit and stay for a while.  I also need pieces that have a tailored arm, or a foot with interesting details.    Cisco checks all the boxes, plus their commitment to sustainability earns them bonus points in my book. 


interior with arm chair and ottoman. Window with bench and a small bistro table.

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Tell us about this project

This newly built 'forever home' for a family of four (plus two dogs!) in a town outside of Boston, MA, has amazing natural light and views.  The clients approached us to help them create a light and bright home that also felt calm and inviting.  The use of natural materials such as field stone, marble, and oak, bring an organic feel to the home.  Every piece of furniture had to be comfortable, appropriate for conversation, movie watching and naps.  Plus, it had to hold up to everyday life.  The client loves neutrals, so we focused on using different shades of white and beige, plus layering textures to keep the home feeling cozy.  Every textile is soft to the touch and has an organic inspired texture and most of the metal finishes will patina over time, adding a soulfulness to the home.


Two arm chairs and a leather wrapped coffee table

 Interior with two sofas and a large wooden coffee table


About the Designer

Meg McSherry Interiors is a full-service design studio located in Newton, MA, serving the greater Boston area. Since 2016 their mission has been to create beautiful spaces that are approachable and timeless, while meeting the demands of family life. Meg and her team collaborate closely with clients, and take time to get to know them, learn how they live and discover their home’s personality. They love pouring over the fine details and partnering with tradespeople who produce quality craftsmanship and help them problem solve. Their projects include new builds and renovations, as well as decorating a whole space with furniture, lighting and accessories.


Portrait of the designer Meg McSherry

Meg’s years of experience in the design industry are starting to catch up with her! Having earned a degree in Interior Design from Parsons School of Design shortly after college, she spent the early part of her career working at residential firms in New England. In 2016, Meg officially launched MMI from a folding chair in her home. In all parts of life, Meg gravitates towards things that are comfortable, livable, and meaningful. She is most proud of the kind, hardworking and creative team she has assembled, and feels privileged to help clients turn their house into a home.

Instagram: @megmcsherryinteriors


About the Photographer

Joyelle West is an interior, portrait, and lifestyle photographer who loves telling the stories of spaces and the people who inhabit them. Her work has been published in many regional and national publications. Her imagery is natural and welcoming, as is her personality.

One of the favorite aspects of her job is the creativity of the collaboration process with her clients.

Joyelle is based out of Boston and is available for projects throughout New England.

When not photographing interiors, she can often still be found with a camera in-hand, but on some great outdoor adventure.


Instagram: @joyellewest