Maggie truly believes that every budget can afford great style. There are so many ingenious furniture, wallpaper, textile and art designers and makers that are making great design more and more accessible on a budget. There is always a way to brighten up any space, and not have to dish out thousands of dollars to do so. You see it everyday on HGTV, so why not have it happen in your space!
Maggie is here to help you get great style, fast. She particularly loves taking a client's aesthetic and taste and creating an oasis of possibility out of what she can find around NYC or make herself. She relies on quality furniture, online shopping, DIY techniques, hustling for the best deals, and a little bit of elbow grease to make each space she designs different, fun, happy and beautiful for the people that live in them. It can be hard to see what you need to change in your own space, or too difficult to start the process, she's here to help and give you a fresh perspective on what you already have. She'll never tell you to throw anything out, she works with what is there and uses everything she can to bring out the best with what you have.
Maggie O’Toole is a interior, set, and event designer based in New York City. In 2011, she received an A.A.S. in Interior Design from Parsons, The New School for Design. Maggie graduated from Princeton University B.A. in Art History and a certificate in Painting in 2009—while at Princeton, she played on the Women’s Varsity Squash Team, which won three consecutive national championships and two Ivy League titles, and she served as a captain her senior year.
Maggie has worked in Film, Television, Fashion, and Events for the last 6 years.
Her past clients include:
AOL CBS Essence H&M Instyle Interview Marie Claire MTV Glamour
Soho House Sephora Netflix New York Magazine T Magazine WWD
She also decorates private events, weddings, and stages homes as well as her signature 48 hour interior refresh.
Ms. O’Toole is also a certified 200 hour Yoga Teacher, an avid squash player and runner who continues to ice her feet so she can continue to exercise. She is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Pingry School in Martinsville, NJ, President of Pingry’s Second Century Leadership Society, and a mentor for CitySquash, a not-for-profit after-school enrichment program based at Fordham University and Poly Prep Country Day School.