Maison Miru is for dreamers, thinkers and makers - people who value imagination and play as a driving force for life 

Hi, my name is Trisha, and I’m the founder of Maison Miru.

I’m a Stanford engineer who has always been drawn to aesthetics: fashion, sculpture and architecture. 

Something came alive in me when I discovered the magic of making jewelry, of creating something with your own two hands. Jewelry is form and function, art and science, the intersection of order and chaos. It’s wearable sculpture, a thing of beauty that captures your magic: your experiences and memories of the people you love. Jewelry is ritual, it can create and sustain mindful habits, it can remind you to slow down and breathe.

My creative process bounces between what I call sculptor mode - organic forms and beautiful shapes - and an architect mode that feels more rigorous and exact. Either way, I’m drawn to forms that feel fundamental in some way - and carry a sense of story.

I was inspired to create a line of infinitely remixable jewelry - a modular line of jewelry with pieces that you can combine with one another and rearrange. I wanted to create a foundation vocabulary and grammar that you can shape with your own voice. A system of jewelry that gives you the simplicity of a personal uniform, but doesn’t forget the poetry.

With this systems concept as its foundation, Maison Miru was born. Miru in its native Japanese is evocative of sight. It is a reminder to open your eyes, to see the world in a new way. Maison Miru invites you to play with your jewelry, to unlock your creative spirit - and free you to live the life you’ve always dreamed of.

Maison Miru is comprised of a tiny but mighty team of creative thinkers. We love the good things in life (ask us for our best NYC chocolate chip cookie recos), and we’re here to make life just a little bit easier. Meet the team here.

With ❤️ from NYC,
Founder & Creative Director

"The best way to complain is to make things."

— James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem