Style At Home: Meredith Miller’s Bright Abode


We’re huge fans of entertaining here at Glitter Guide. And one of our absolute must-haves for a great fête? The perfect bar cart! We’ve long been fans of bar-cart brand extraordinaire Society Social — and now that they’ve launched the Real Society Social series, we get to see how their customers have styled the carts in their very own homes! We’re so excited to share photos of Philadelphia-based designer Meredith Miller and her fabulously chic home that were taken as part of the the series!

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Tell us about your amazing background in the fashion and design industry.
I’m fortunate enough to have been brought up in the retail industry, focusing on buying but also dabbling in design and merchandising. I feel so fortunate to do what I love and be able to make a career out of it!

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  • obsessed with those paint colors! and the bold fabric patterns throughout. beautiful home!

  • I absolutely love these wonderful peeks we get inside fashionable and inspiring women’s houses. As a Dane, it is fun to see some of the differences in general style. Makes me want to experiment more with my own interior here at home :)


  • Such a bright cheerful home! The blue bedroom is great inspiration while I’m redoing mine!

  • I would love to know the what brand and color creamsicle paint on the wall in the lasr picture is! Please! Obsessed.

  • The paint color shown in slide 19 is Sherwin Williams Avida Apricot. Luckily Meredith Miller shared it on her IG! Glitter Guide it would be nice if in the future you would make sure to share the paint colors.

    • Is it really? When looking at the Sherwin Williams website the avida apricot looks way less bright. It looks more like the Tangerine option to me. Does anyone else feel the same?

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