1st Dibs reunite a list of interior designers that more than doing photogenic rooms also combine furniture, art, and objects in rich designs. Take a look!
1st Designer) Lindroth Design Co.
Lindroth Design Co. is operating out of bustling studios in New York City and Nassau, the Bahamas In fact, Amanda Lindroth has become a go-to designer characterized by bringing a breezy sophistication, expressed through such elements as white canvas upholstery,bold-colored prints, English furniture, straw matting, rattan, and cane. She evokes Addison Mizner- era Caribbean sophistication and with it temperates the rooms with contemporary beach lightness.
2nd Designer) M Interiors
M Interiors is a San Antonio-based firm created by Melissa Morgan that provides a full range of interior design and renovation services. It is heavenly influenced by French culture, crafting the classic American style with a European cosmopolitan aesthetic.
3rd Designer) Redd Kaihoi
Reed Kaihoi is a New York City-based interior design defined by the playful aesthetic of Miles Redd and David Kaihoi, characterized by the curious mix of materials and confident use of space. His work combines the past with the future, extracting the best design and art from every decade resulting in a glamorous and cheerful design.
4th) Robert Couturier Inc.
This designer merges the traditional designs with a sense of connoisseurship, imagination, and experimentation. Accustomed to work on a grand scale, Couturier spices the rooms with his extensive knowledge of historical continental styles and effortlessly makes any environment chic regardless of its size.
5th) Rockwell Group
Rockwell Group is a cross-disciplinary architecture and design practice founded by David Rockwell and led by partners Shawn Sullivan and Greg Keffer. Based on downtown New York with other offices in LA and Madrid, it aims to seamlessly integrate technology with handmade objects and custom fixtures and furniture. They challenge the concepts and dare developing materials, theatrical lighting effects, and moody palettes independently of the type of project -residential or hospitality.
6th) Leyden Lewis Design Studio
Lewis is a fine Brooklyn-based artist and a qualified architect. In his projects, he tends to include some of his background about the Caribbean heritage of Trinidad and Tobago, urban sophistication, and European modernism. The designs are highly functional combining architectural forms, modernist furnishings, and bold contemporary art.
7th) Sheila Bridges Design
Sheila Bridges Design is characterized by the modern classicist who brings contemporary awareness to the interior design through unexpected color combinations, global touches, and strong yet subtle provocative elements.
8th) Solís Betancourt & Sherrill
Washington D.C-based studio, Solís Betancourt & Sherrill, has gained some international recognition as one of the leading U.S design firms, known for the elegant, comfortable and personalized interiors. They are known for being the “anti-stuffy” traditionalists, eloquently referencing historical styles yet expressing them merging it modern fundaments reinforcing the comfort.
9th) Suzy Hoodless
Hoodless is considered bold and young. They are constantly pushing boundaries and challenging limits, spicing up the interiors with playful,mood-elevating and unexpected colors, and leavens them with wit.
10th) Wendy Labrum Interiors
Labrum counts with multiple projects both new construction and historical preservation, as well as large and small-scale remodel and redecoration. This designer, layer architectural envelopes and large-scale patterns, combined with her deft hand at mixing design genres and touches of mellow sheen, yields environments that are always comfy, classic, and warm.
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