Michelle Ullman



Interior Decor, Gardening


University of Redlands



Michelle Ullman is a former writer for Verywell Family. Ullman's work covers nearly every aspect of interior decorating and making educated purchases for the home.

Ullman is mostly a self-taught decorator who has had a love of home design since childhood. She prefers an eclectic style that leans toward country cottage style, along with a touch of bright color. She's also an enthusiastic do-it-yourselfer and has done her own interior painting, stenciling, wallpapering, furniture refinishing, and flooring, along with just about every type of craft.

Her articles can be found on BobVila.com and BHG.com, among many other online outlets.


Ullman has a Bachelor of Science in business administration and management from the University of Redlands.

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