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Tracy McLellan 




Nook Curator Tracy McLellan comes by her passion for 1960s Ranch Style homes honestly, having grown up in Orange County - a defacto capital of the timelessly popular architecture. That said, this talented interior designer and professional stager has an abiding love for all things ‘home’ and doesn’t play favorites when it comes to architectural styles or design aesthetics. In fact, McLellan and her Laguna Beach-based family just moved from a chic contemporary to a charming craftsman. And, because she’s known for thinking outside the design box, she’ll be putting her unique signature stamp on the space, using vintage and new elements to create a “Jackson Hole Modern” vibe. McLellan and her design partner Tracy Marriner don’t just make their own homes into havens of stylish comfort, they also work with clients throughout Southern California to transform their abodes into distinctively decorated, uber-livable environments. How does the designer stay inspired to create inspiring spaces for others? “I love to travel, and draw a lot of inspiration from the hotels, neighborhoods and cities we visit,” says McLellan. “I’m also blessed to have many creative friends whose work inspires me - from fashion designers to other interior designers. And, of course, there’s always Kelly Wearstler!” And, what drew her to become a Nook Curator? “I love the whole idea behind Nook. It is perfect for the buyer that understands design and has an eye for a particular style.”