Mead Quin

Principal & Founder

With over two decades of experience in fine art and design, Mead leads the studio with a heartfelt approach and an artist’s eye.  Her guiding vision is to design for well-being and inspired living so clients may relax into their most treasured place on earth.

Since establishing her eponymous interior design firm in 2013, Mead Quin has become one of the Bay Area’s most sought after interior designers. Her portfolio of clients includes Bay Area tech entrepreneurs and leading innovators, spanning from Marin County and Oakland to San Francisco and Atherton.

Prior to striking out on her own, Mead had the opportunity to work for, and learn from, Martha Angus and Grant K. Gibson. Mead graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and spent the first several years of her professional career as a portrait artist. Her work has earned her praise in media outlets including Interiors, House Beautiful, Marin at Home Magazine, California Home and Design, and The San Francisco Chronicle.

Nate Lee

Senior Designer

A senior designer, Nate has embraced the studio’s sense of creative freedom, mutual support and project ownership, earning the trust of clients and colleagues alike. He describes himself as driven and thoughtful, with a splash of sassy to keep things interesting.

Rachel Ellis

Senior Designer

Anna Turpit


Closing in on seven years with Mead Quin, Anna personifies the ethos of the studio: focused yet laid-back, driven but always kind. She defines success as “happy clients, happy vendors, happy team, beautiful result.”

Maddie McCormick

Junior Designer

A born problem-solver, Maddie appreciates the studio’s inclusive and welcoming culture, which allows her to learn from talented mentors. She is inspired by architect Tadeo Ando’s quote, “I want to create a space that moves people.”

Tabatha Sloggett


The studio’s controller, Tabitha describes herself as accurate and thorough, serious but approachable. Always mindful of her goal of sustainable success, she shepherds the numbers, allowing the entire design team to be at their best.

Nathan Ornell

Studio Assistant