Mil Bodron is not your typical interior designer. He is methodical and particular in designing a space where everything coalesces. His impeccable interiors are part of many significant modern homes in Dallas. Mil is passionate about the balance and function of a room - from size to texture to color - it’s never about one single piece of furniture.
Mil Bodron grew up in Monroe, Louisiana where his parents still reside. He studied architecture and art in college and always had an innate sense for spatial design. After graduating, Mil worked for an architecture firm in Dallas for nearly a decade. As his experience expanded, his interest shifted from the technical side of architecture to the expressive nature of interior design which led him to a new interior arts roll and a new home in Dallas. He ultimately emerged as a freelance interior designer and met Svend while working on a project together. That led to another project and another, until the 2 formed Bodron/Fruit in 1998.
Mil has an incredible talent. At an early age, he would sketch floor plans and study how furniture worked in a space. Function is top of mind when he is designing a room - from drawing the furniture on the 2-dimensional floor plan to adding chair and table heights in to the 3-dimensional renderings. He lives and breathes the foundational rules of interior art and design. These foundations come to life in his work in ways that are not about being right or wrong, but are about crisp, intentional and complete living spaces that are true works of art.
Mil is always drawing, designing, thinking about the big picture for his clients. What works best in the space together, that won’t overpower the architectural elements. His standards never waiver. He is “trend-free” and resists elements that are not timeless. Overall, Mil is an artist. He pours his mind, experience and love for “spatial expressioning” into his work. They are more than just spaces - they are spaces that are alive with design.