ABOUT THE STUDIO
We create spaces that allow our clients to have empowered productive lives & always be excited to come home.
“I can’t even begin to say how much we’ve enjoyed working with Maegan. At every point during the process from the original designs to the final installation, we felt confident that she was there for us. She was always on time and involved to make sure everything was done right..."
innovate to improve
We love a good problem and have an obsession with finding the best solution.
We are all in this together.
trust through transparency
We are truthful and transparent at all times in all ways.
We always make it right.
We are unapologetically ourselves and welcome and invite all persons to be the same.
respect builds relationships
We give a high level of respect and expect a high level of respect, period.
KOREY IS OUR RIGHT HAND WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR DESIGN AND ABILITY TO WEAR MANY HATS MAKES HER OUR FAVORITE DESIGN ASSISTANT. YOU MAY SEE HER AT APPOINTMENTS, INSTALL DAYS, AND BEHIND THE SCENES OF OUR PHOTOSHOOTS.
WHEN SHES NOT FLUFFING PILLOWS AND TAKING MEASUREMENTS WITH US, YOU CAN FIND HER AT TJ MAXX, ARGUING WITH HER CAT MILO, AND ENJOYING A WHITE CLAW ON A LAKE SOMEWHERE.
B.S HEALTH SCIENCE
CHRIS IS OUR UNOFFICIAL/OFFICIAL HANDYMAN. HE IS MARRIED TO MAEGAN AND THAT COMES WITH SOME GREAT PERKS. YOU WILL MOST LIKELY SEE HIM DRIVING THE DELIVERY TRUCK AND GETTING HIS WORKOUT IN CARRYING OUR HEAVY ITEMS.
WHEN HE ISN'T MOVING BOULDERS FOR BLUE COPPER DESIGN YOU CAN FIND HIM GROWING A REAL ESTATE EMPIRE WITH 1911 SYNDICATE, COMBING HIS EVER GROWING BEARD, AND SAYING HI TO PEOPLE IN RANDOM PLACES BECAUSE HE IS THE GUY WHO KNOWS EVERYONE EVERYWHERE.
owner // lead designer
Hi, I’m Maegan! My interior design career started with a personal journey to renovate and adapt my first home. I needed my home to fit my accessibility needs but wanted my home to go beyond my chair and be as stylish as my personality.
In 2009 I incurred a C6-C8 spinal cord injury and have been a wheelchair user ever since. I am now diagnosed with an incomplete C8 spinal cord injury and experience paralysis in most of my body.
My whole life including my living requirements changed overnight. As a person with a new disability, it seemed the majority of options to make my home accessible were straight up ugly and reminded me of being in a hospital. It got me thinking…we are more than this!
Combining my perspective of disability with my life-long passion for interior design fueled me to find creative ways to make spaces beautifully accessible. In 2018 I started Blue Copper Design to elevate the world of adaptive design.
When I am not waist deep in design you can find me binging on murder mystery shows, playing with my dogs Odin & Luna, and beating the Arizona heat in a pool with a spicy margarita.
For more information on spinal cord injuries click here!
CERTIFICATE OF INTERIOR DESIGN
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY // 2014
B.A ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE