Page Mullins is a nationally published stylist, editorial producer and decorator. A proud Mississippian, Page’s design aesthetic is rooted in the Southern sensibilities of the town in which she was raised, Natchez, MS - a river town with a penchant for enviable antiques and an uncanny tolerance for bourbon.
With a degree in interior design, Page began her career in New York at Thom Filicia Interiors, Oprah at Home and Cookie magazines and the then newly launched Lonny digital magazine. Page served as an editor at Brides, Real Simple and, most recently, Country Living as Style Director. At Country Living, Page scouted, outfitted and styled homes and spreads for the monthly national magazine
Page's collected sense of style harbors the bygone joie-de-vivre of her favorite heirloom hand-me-downs paired with interesting finds from her off-the-beaten-path travels. From antique China patterns resurrected from estate sales to eclectic textiles discovered in Asian markets, Page is always on the hunt for the next perfect piece. When not pinching flowering branches from public parks, she will likely be trying to coerce you over to her porch for glass of something.
Currently based in Melbourne, Australia, Page is available to produce interior, lifestyle and entertaining projects both in the US and Australia and anywhere in between. Drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to create something special.