The art of design is a difficult one to master, but these top interior designers definitely achieved the perfect level!
The interior design industry is constantly evolving with the rise of incredibly talented emerging artists and designers. The year of 2017 was especially eye opening in this matter.
The level of mastery that most designers have reached this year is beyond impressive and to celebrate it, today we decided to share with you some names that we consider to be today’s “top interior designers” and that you definitely should keep an eye on.
Peter Dunham was raised in France and educated in England, yet after moving to Los Angeles in 1998 he immediately started to create his own interior design firm. He designed a wide range of collections that include wallpapers, handcrafted furniture, textiles and vintage finds. Now he splits the work with his team, restoring landmarked houses and collaborating with renewed architects. Impressive right?
The London-based interior designer Rita Konig, not only manages her own furniture and interior design brand but also writes on a regular basis for magazines such as House & Garden and New York Times T.
She designs sprightly paces with a timeworn edge for clients and hosts workshops for those who just need a little guidance. For her, design is all about easy livability and how we feel within a space.
Richard McGeehan transfers his great interest and passion for the objects that go into his interior design projects. He was trained at Sotheby’s in London specializing in 19th and 20th century decorative arts. He has been working in varied range of projects that seem to be the ultimate combination between modern and antique and delight in an expansive design vocabulary.
Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Thad Hayes graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Environmental Design. Thad Hayes thoughtfully combines personal fine art and furniture collections with modern and antique objects. His firm includes the production of custom designed furniture, lighting, fabrics and rugs, and several interior design projects that are based on the personality and lifestyle of each client.
Source: Elle Decor A-List