Modern Interior Designers projects that will give you the right inspiration for you to change your home. Discover this top 10, chosen by 1st Dibs, and their amazing stylish designs.
The design studio Amber Interiors begins our list of Modern Interior Designers. Amber Lewis is responsible for this design studio that is known for its multiple services. That includes collaboration with architects and builders, besides choosing the right furniture, accessories, and fabrics.
This specific project has French limestone flooring from Exquisite Surfaces. Regarding this Amber says that in this home, “… the mix of natural materials and the earthy tones give this kitchen a cozy feel, even though the room is quite grand.”
Chris Shao Studio LLC
Chris Shao Studio works with people that have different backgrounds, from different parts of the world, Asia, America, and Australia. For that reason, they have a very versatile aesthetic and rich fabric. This project is a Shanghai townhouse that had a vibrant past. Chris Shao kept this history of this building and then used contemporary design to complete it. We can see Vladimir Kagan’s Omnibus sofa and a floor lamp by Brecht Wright Gander.
Clive Lonstein, Inc.
Clive Lonstein continues our list of Modern Interior Designers. The owner of the design studio brings together architecture and fine art to projects that are residential and public. He says that “Design today is very much about a composite of aesthetics from different time periods,”, so that is exactly what he does. In this Upper Westside family home, we can see a Eugene Printz console table with a vase by the ceramist Cody Hoyt.
Damon Liss Design
Damon Liss Design has a strong team of architects, interior designers, and project managers. Together, they offer several services like custom fabrication of textiles and architectural planning. Now talking about the project, we are seeing a Tribeca Living Room that combines the work of amazing collectors like Pierre Guariche, Joseph-André Motte, and Philip and Kelvin Laverne.
David Kleinberg Design Associates
David Kleinberg has a 30-year-old career and a vast list of interior design projects. One thing that David values are the clients that return to him for more and more projects because they are looking for something fresh and different in their homes.
This East Hampton shingle-style home reunites unique design details, such as woven rugs, pottery, baskets, and bold color palettes that make all the difference.
Fabrizio Casiraghi loves color and light and that is exactly what we can see in his projects. He uses neon light paired with ancient mirrors or antique furniture with extravagant plant displays. Casiraghi is not afraid of doing things differently, because every time he did, things went well.
He believes that the overall feeling “is to re-create a good balance of all the styles, influences, colors and ages that are personally important to me — and to the construction of my aesthetic vision.” For this project, he combined 18th-century marble mantel and Greek figures to complete the set.
Fawn Galli Interiors
Fawn Galli Interiors is also on our list of Modern Interior Designers, and it’s a design studio that has full-service regarding residential and commercial projects. This firm brings always a fresh eye and unique modern perspective to every single project. This primary bedroom of this Lovely Upper East Side apartment has an amazing style with vintage pieces, such as the Saarinen Womb chair and ottoman. Besides that, there is also a Stilnovo chandelier and a 1970s floor lamp by Neal Small.
FORMACH has two founding partners, Brent Leonard, and Sean Webb who have full service regarding architecture and interior design projects. They restored and renovated several structures around North America. Their projects are always a celebration of color, light, and shape. In this Palm Springs Villa, the duo said, “We were trying to create a luxurious yet uplifting, happy and light feeling without relying on mid-century cliches,”.
Jeremiah Brent needed to be included in our list of Modern Interior Designers because he has amazing projects and a unique way to deal with his clients. He loves to break rules, to make things different, he create spaces that are vibrant and sexy. Besides that, he honors his client’s personalities and lifestyles. In this New York’s Upper East Side apartment, Jeremiah let every piece shine, with a seating piece by Vladimir Kagan and Angelo Mangiarotti marble console.
Last, we have Ken Fulk, who leads a team of 75 architects, designers, and branding and event specialists in San Francisco and New York. For the last 30 years, Fulk has designed planes, restaurants, and homes transforming them into amazing projects. Regarding this Sonoma Valley family home, he says that “I love the primitive elegance of the circa 1950 walnut Olavi Hanninen chairs around the geometric game tables,”.
Credits to: 1st Dibs