Melinda Miles is an award-winning designer who specializes in custom home interiors that highlight her clients' personal styles. She brings extensive knowledge and years of experience in custom selections and sophisticated finish-out for the new construction and remodeling markets. Her design work on over 60 high-end custom home projects in the greater Dallas area has resulted in receiving the "Best of Houzz" 2013 and 2014 by Houzz and three "Vesta Awards" from the Dallas Home Builders Association, including "Best Overall Interior Design".
Melinda is the creator of the "Design Plan" concept that offers an alternative to traditional interior design services targeting a specific, new emerging market and clientele. Featured in the Dallas Morning News for its success, Design Plan offers fast-track professional design services to do-it-yourself homeowners who want to play a bigger role in the design process, but lack the expertise to do it without guidance. This approach has proven to be a highly profitable business model in the current home building market.
Melinda's latest innovation is E-Perfect Project.com, a web-based selection sheet accessible from a smart phone, tablet, or computer. This on-line tool allows trade professionals and homeowners to create a permanent record of their project selections and have this record on the go—at the construction site, showroom, home, or office. It is the first paperless technology for the residential construction industry. E-Perfect Project.com makes recording and sharing selection information easy, and prevents costly job-site delays and installation mistakes.
Melinda is publishing a companion book, Perfect Project, to provide do-it-yourself homeowners the guidance they need to successfully navigate the design and selection process for their new home or remodel project. In Perfect Project, Melinda walks the homeowner through the entire selection process, finish by finish, with detailed instructions on how to make the right selections for their design project and get the dream house they want, just as if they were working with their own personal designer.