We have all been inspired by the efforts of our health care providers. To show our support and appreciation, Marta Mitchell Interior Design offered a Bedroom Makeover worth $20,000 for a deserving COVID-19 healthcare worker.

The idea for this giveaway evolved during a staff meeting while discussing press reports of exhausted healthcare workers returning home every day. When the MMID team asked, “WHAT DO WE DO REALLY WELL”, they decided to create an awesome bedroom where weary heroes could rest and recharge. The Triad Business Journal profiled MMID and this promotion.Click to read the full article.

May 2020

Marta Mitchell Interior Design announced Linda D as the Winner. Linda is an O.R. Technician who was the first person assigned to the Covid 19 Unit at UNC Rockingham Health Care Hospital. She was nominated by the Hospital Director. The award was presented by Marta, Steve Eblin (Rockingham Hospital CEO), and the Mayor.

Marta and the team were thrilled to have received 101 nominations.  The nominations were reviewed by and the winner was selected by four Judges, including two Doctors.  Marta noted that the Judges had a difficult selection task to work through with so many, many hard working and deserving candidates.   MMID celebrates all the worthy Warriors who are making a difference in fighting this pandemic

Read more about the winner in this  Triad Business Journal article  or watch on this WXII News 2 TV report.   You can learn more about the winner by clicking on any of the links below

July 2020

Marta Mitchell Interior Design received (2) “Excellence in Design” awards from ASID (American Society of Interior Design) in the categories of (a) Residence over 3,500 square feet, and (b) Vacation/Secondary Home. Read more about this prestigious recognition.

June 2019

The Triad Business Journal designated Marta Mitchell as a “Most Admired CEO 2019”. Awards were presented to 20 recipients at a gala event. Click to Read More about the criteria for this award; why Marta was selected; and see a list of all recipients.

August 2019

This new construction assignment featured a multi-story building in downtown Greensboro. The lower floors were designed as commercial offices, and the top floor is now an amazing penthouse apartment. The client’s style leaned towards traditional/transitional, but they knew they “wanted a sleeker vibe for their new living space”. They wanted an urban feel, but not industrial. After meeting Marta, they knew they had found their Designer. “The ideas she was throwing out – I was like Yes, yes yes”. Click to see the photos and read the article.

January 2020

Zeto Wine Shop opened in downtown Greensboro in 1999. Despina and Su have built a loyal customer base and recently decided on updating their property. They wanted a “well-designed modern look that isn’t cold”. MMID helped them achieve that. Despina states that “they were impressed with Marta and her staff, especially that they spent time getting to know Zeto and its vibe in order to conceptualize the final design”. Click to read the article.

January 2020

This publication featured an article on Luxury Bathrooms, and highlighted the bathroom of an interior design project Marta Mitchell Interior Design completed in Charleston.   This bathroom was part of a complete renovation of a beautiful old home, located on James Island, South Carolina. Click to read the article.

June 2019

“Top Rated Local” designated MMID as their 2019 winner in the category of Interior Designers. As part of this award, they interviewed some of our Team, and published a nice article. Click here to read the article.

June 2019

The Rotary Club of Greensboro, North Carolina, named Marta Mitchell as a Paul Harris Fellow. This distinction recognizes contributions and support of multiple Rotary initiatives. Click here to read more about this award.

September 2019

Charleston Forge, a manufacturer of finely crafted metal furniture, featured a MMID project in their “Designer Spotlight”. This particular project incorporated a number of beautiful custom items, hand-fabricated by Charleston Forge in their Boone manufacturing plant. Click to read the article (opens in new window).

Drawing on age-old blacksmithing and metalworking techniques, each piece of furniture is built to order, by hand, in the company’s North Carolina factory. There is no automation, no assembly line, just individual, painstaking attention to detail from start to finish by talented craftsman.

April 2020

DM interviewed Marta on her decades of experience in building a single person business, into the Interior Design powerhouse that MMID has become today. The article explores the early years and the challenges and key decisions along the way. Click to read the full article.

July 2020

Interview by Greenhouse Fabrics

Marta Mitchell was interviewed by Kendra Byrd, and her comments were posted on the Greenhouse Fabrics website. Greenhouse Fabrics is a family owned company that provides customers with unique and high-quality fabrics. For four generations, Greenhouse Fabrics has embraced the tradition started by Arnold Bjork, whom they fondly refer to as “Mr. B.” He valued the power of being positive, trustworthy, and kind. Their employees support and empower their clients to flourish in business, succeed in life, and thrive with their families.  Click to read the interview.

October 2019

Marta Mitchell presented a seminar on “Downsizing from your family home to a Retirement Community”. This potentially traumatic transition for seniors, and their families, can be managed to provide a smooth process with minimal stress. Click here to read more about this event.

May 2019

The Interior Architecture (IARC) program at UNCG invited Marta to share her technical knowledge and business insights with students. Marta loves to give back, and to share her expertise with aspiring Interior Designers. Click here to learn more (will open in new window) about the IARC program, and Marta’s comments.

April 2019

Michelle Porter, a Chairman’s Circle and President’s Circle Award winning Realtor at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services visited our office recently. Michelle partners with Marta Mitchell Interiors for home renovations. Marta and Michelle discussed ensuring home buyers and home sellers have a vision that is aligned.  When visions are in sync, the home buying and selling experience is greatly enhanced.  Watch this video to learn more.

February 2019

The American Society of Interior Design (ASID) recently held a conference which spotlighted THE BUSINESS OF DESIGN. Marta was honored as a featured speaker at this inspiring event of learning and networking. Read highlights and comments from the audience.

February 2019

Marta was interviewed by media entrepreneur Elayne Fluker. Support is Sexy is a five-day a week podcast featuring diverse and inspiring women entrepreneurs from around the world, who candidly share the ups and downs of their entrepreneurial journeys — where they started, when they struggled and how they still made it happen!

Support is Sexy has more than 425,000 downloads and reaches listeners in 130 countries. Elayne has interviewed more than 350 powerful women! With each episode of the Support is Sexy podcast delivering strategy wrapped in storytelling, you’ll get insights, advice, resources and inspiration that will help you make powerful shifts in your business, your career and your life.

Click here to listen to the podcast featuring Marta Mitchell.  February 2019

Marta Mitchell Interior Design provides home staging services that help raise the selling value of their clients’ homes with minimal investment.

All their services can be custom-tailored to a client’s specific needs.  Typical home staging services include consultation, recommendations for upgrades, and help with artwork and furniture placement.  Read the full article.

August 2018

A local restaurant franchisee is creating a new triple-decker building to serve as offices for his business operations and a penthouse for his family.  Marta Mitchell Interior Design has been selected as the interior design firm for the project.  Read the full article.

August 2018, The Triad Business Journal

A major renovation to this grand old home, overlooking the Charleston Bay, is detailed in this feature article. Marta and her Interior Design team performed a frame-up restoration with new interior architecture, floor plan, furniture, fixtures and accessories. Read the full article.

You can also view additional photos of this assignment in the SIGNATURE PROJECTS section of our website.

June 2018, The Post and Courier, Charleston, SC

WeLivv is a publication that is committed to offering the best in modern and contemporary home design. They select the best designers from across the world who share their standard of aesthetic and quality. WeLivv articulates their story and brings it to the world in a way that conveys their inspiration, processes, as well as the impact they are having on design through the most interesting spaces that their products help beautify.

Read the full article.

May 2018, WeLivv

The Chancellors residence at Greensboro College was recently renovated and the Marta Mitchell Interior Design team was part of this project.  “Points of Pride” the Greensboro College magazine provides further detail.

Read the full article in Greensboro College Points of Pride Publication.

January 2018, Points of Pride

Women Presidents’ Organization Names Marta Mitchell Newest Member

Women Presidents’ Organization, a peer advisory group for million-dollar-plus women-led companies, has named Marta Mitchell of Marta Mitchell Interior Design as its newest member of the Greensboro chapter. Requirements for membership in the organization include annual revenue of at least $2 million ($1 million for service-based companies) and an ownership interest in the company.

Learn more about Women President Organization

July 2017

Marta Mitchell Interior Designer

Marta Mitchell joined the Greensboro Rotary Club in August 2016. She is featured in the most recent Rotary Club newsletter which highlights the growth of Marta Mitchell Interior Design, the interior design business she founded. Highlights also include the recent expansion and move of the offices to State Street in Greensboro, and Marta’s recognition as one of the Business Journal’s list of Women to Watch.

Read the full article.

March 2017, Greensboro Rotary Club Newsletter

WeLivv is a publication that is committed to offering the best in modern and contemporary home design. They select the best designers from across the world who share their standard of aesthetic and quality. WeLivv articulates their story and brings it to the world in a way that conveys their inspiration, processes, as well as the impact they are having on design through the most interesting spaces that their products help beautify.  Read the full article.

February 2017, WeLivv

Marta Mitchell inducted into Greensboro Rotary Club

The Greensboro Rotary Club inducted Marta Mitchell in a ceremony on Wednesday.

The Club was formed in 1917, twelve years from the founding of the first Rotary Club.In her introduction, it was highlighted that in high school, Marta had been selected as a Rotary Exchange Student and had spent a year studying in New York.

Apart from her successful Interior Design Business, Marta has also served actively in the community.

August 17, 2016

The Triad Business Journal — along with sponsor First Community Bank — held the Women in Business Expo and Awards Luncheon on April 24 at the Greensboro-High Point Airport Marriott, to honor the top women business leaders in the region. Marta Mitchell was selected as a winner of the 2015 Women in Business Award!

Read the full article.

April 2015, The Triad Business Journal

Marta Mitchell recently participated in the Triad Business Journal’s ‘Mentoring Monday’ event, providing one-on-one coaching, guidance and insight to attendees.

April 2015, The Triad Business Journal

Marta Mitchell Interior Design was recently featured on Terry’s Fabric and Curtain Warehouse, a major British supplier of interior design products and accessories.

In this brief interview, Marta opens up about her unique style, creative process, and more.

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March 2015

From the street it looks like an average upscale townhouse. But the ultimate clubhouse lies just beyond the front door, with a home theater, Tiki patio bar and upstairs game room beneath a vast cathedral ceiling.

Interior designer Marta Mitchell worked with Gary Jobe Builder and Griffin Renovations to radically rework the Lake Jeanette home.

View full article as PDF.

October 2012, Triad Homes

From the street it looks like an average upscale townhouse. But the ultimate clubhouse lies just beyond the front door, with a home theater, Tiki patio bar and upstairs game room beneath a vast cathedral ceiling.

Interior designer Marta Mitchell worked with Gary Jobe Builder and Griffin Renovations to radically rework the Lake Jeanette home.

View full article as PDF.

October 2012, Triad Homes