Marie Norell Möller is the daughter of furniture designer and founder of Norell Möbler AB, Arne Norell who passed away in 1971 whereafter Norell Möller and her mother continued to develop the company. Today Norell Möbler AB is run by Norell Möller together with her husband, architect Thomas Möller.
In 1981 Marie Norell Möller graduated from the department of interior architecture and furniture design at Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm. Her degree project was the café chair Paris, inspired by the Mediterranean furniture culture. The chair was spotted by the Swedish furniture manufacturer Skandiform and became a long-term success in their product range. Lilla Paris, a steel tube version of the Paris chair was launched some years later. Norell Möller's collaboration with Skandiform continued over some years and resulted in furniture-series for senior living.
In 1992 Norell Möller designed the neat armchair Leo to her company Norell Möbel and two years later the chair Lyon was launched for which she was given the Excellent Swedish Design Award.
Marie Norell Möller was a part of the Female Traces exhibition at the Museum of Furniture Studies in Stockholm 2019/2020.