Interior Decorators with Cult Followings

The ten interior decorators you need to know about, whether you’re an Architectural Digest devotee, or couldn’t pick out an end table to save your life.

Aesthetic: “characterized by a mix of luxury, old-world romance, and urban cool.”

Aesthetic: “a multi-layered, stimulating sensory experience […] through an exploration of materiality, color, forms and an intuitive juxtaposition of contemporary and vintage”

 Aesthetic: “extreme luxury tempered by a restrained, purist sensitivity”

 Aesthetic: “elegant, bespoke interiors that focus on beautiful textures and clean lines.”

Aesthetic: “a modern take on traditional style– gravitating towards classic silhouettes and timeless pieces paired with a touch of glamour and an infusion of color.”

Aesthetic: “relies more on visual and emotional appeal than a particular style or provenance and with Kelly’s deep connections to the art world she is always seeking new and innovative ways for clients to integrate art into their homes.”

Aesthetic: “signature classic American style”

Aesthetic: “a thoughtful approach to combining quality furnishings, excellence in craftsmanship and a collection of well-defined silhouettes, textures, color and contrast.”

Aesthetic: “a detail driven meticulous approach with a signature elegant and luxurious style”

Aesthetic: “a subtle coordinated fusion of East meets West; clean lines and neutral tones, blended with charming warmth and sumptuous opulence”