Malena Lott, Space & Staging Strategist & Stylist
Malena is the founder of Sooner Spaces, a style advocate and design enthusiast. She’s also a storyteller and strategist with twenty years of branding, marketing and journalism experience and six published novels. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications with an emphasis on Radio/TV/Film. She’s the mother of three and a western Oklahoma native. She loves the wide open spaces of our prairies, but calls the suburbs home – with frequent trips to her favorite urban stomps with her partner Chris. Home style: transitional with something old and something new. Connect with Malena @malenalott on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest and facebook.com/malenalottbooks.
Jill Martin, Interior Stylist/Shopper
Jill loves to source just the right items for a space and find incredible deals. She’s a married mother of four in Edmond with a degree in Education and a passion for colorful spaces. Home style: traditional with a fun mix of color and patterns.
Audrey Lott, Teen Decorator
Audrey has had a knack for styling rooms since she started going to open houses with her mom when she was 8. She would almost immediately tell her mom how she would improve the curb appeal and decorate differently. Today, she’s a junior in high school on the varsity pom squad in Edmond and wants to help teens, tweens and kids get the room of their dreams, starting with interviewing them and finding out what they like and putting together a cool space they’d love.
Melanie Thomas, Design Assistant
Lover of art and design and mother of 3, Melanie Thomas was born in Texas but has called Oklahoma home for the last 25 years. She has a B.A. in Art History from the University of Oklahoma and was a design consultant for a large home furnishings company prior to starting her family. Her husband Thad Thomas, account executive, shares her passion for all things home and he is Melanie’s #1 DIYer! She truly gets excited to organize, rearrange and help people streamline their living space. Homestyle: Transitional, vintage/retro with a bit of contemporary western.