From an early age, native Memphian Cameron Howell had a passion for all things fashion, design, art and architecture. A devout Designing Women fan, she knew in grade school that she wanted to be an interior designer. A class trip abroad solidified her interest in architecture.
After graduating from the University of Memphis, with a degree in Consumer Science and Education, and an emphasis on Interior Design, she launched her career in the kitchen design business. Soon, her focus turned to the whole house, learning a great deal under Greg Baudoin of Ray & Baudion Interior Design.
Realizing her dream in 2014, Cameron struck out on her own where she has had the pleasure of working with notable clients and builders. Cameron collaborated with Doug Enoch and Uhlhorn Brothers Construction on Doug’s personal home which was later featured in Memphis Magazine. She continues to focus on residential projects, but also loves the challenge of commercial projects.
For all of her clients, Cameron strives to create comfortable, timeless spaces. With an emphasis on details, she mixes the modern and classic esthetics she favors.
Cameron and her husband, Duncan, have two sons and reside in East Memphis.