Gulfshore Homes adds Interior Design Division


Brooke Meyer (left), Principal Interior Designer for Gulfshore Homes’ new interior design division, reviews plans with interior designer, Lindsay Molinario, and Matt Shull, Gulfshore Homes executive vice president.

Steven Watt, President of the highly respected luxury home builder, Gulfshore Homes, is excited to announce it recently added another branch to its deeply rooted corporate tree – an Interior Design division.

 “We have always been the liaison between our homeowners and the interior design team we partnered with. Over the years we have taken a more active role in consulting with our clients on their interior design choices,” stated Matthew Shull, executive vice president of Gulfshore Homes. “Adding an Interior Design division to the company was a natural evolution of our business model and makes it substantially more convenient for the client.”

Watt also announced that Brooke Meyer has been selected as the division’s Principal Interior Designer.

The Boca Raton, Florida, native has a Master of Science Degree from Florida State University in Interior Design. For nearly four years she was a design assistant with an award-winning residential firm in Southwest Florida, where she worked on a number of international projects.



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