Winter for me is grounding and I’m shopping for things that are cozy and soulful for me.  Expensive white sheets from Matouk from my friends at Fig Linens in Westport are worth every penny and I’ve saved for them!  The washable soft wool blanket from one of my favorite online stores Unison Home is a beautiful gray cozy.  Overland is my. source for pelts and the baby sized one is easy to have on hand and healthy for humans! The bench can transport easily, be moved and recovered a zillion times.  I like this one for its quality and classic Nordic shape that is classic to me.  The green and brown Schumacher print includes lovely spirit animals and grounds me.  The classic Le Creusat Bistro white enamel mug withstands multiple style shifts and uses and I know I’m purchasing something regenerative and lasting.  Can’t wait for my purchases to arrive!


Megan Wunderlich is the founder and designer of DesignDot. The business evolved from the belief that great design should be attainable for everyone. The foundation of Megan’s design philosophy is that of collaboration. Her creative and insightful approach is best implemented when inspired by the clients’ own design aesthetic. 

Several years into a corporate career, Megan switched gears to follow her passion. She began her studies at the New York School of Interior Design, which led to eight years of industry experience working as an on-site photo stylist at residential and commercial locations throughout Fairfield County. Megan also honed her skills by working as a residential design assistant for established top designers. Overseeing design for a local house tour and spending several years at a high-end home furnishing boutique set Megan on the path to develop DesignDot.

Megan seeks to provide the highest quality design through an accessible and efficient customer-oriented sensibility. Megan’s mindful approach to fully understanding the client’s unique design perspective, direction and scope of the project is the foundation for her success as a designer.

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