Design Trends In USA
Today we want to present you Design Trends and the best interior designers in USA! Let’s unite the past, the present and the future, in that way we will make magic!
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American Interior Designers
We begin our Design Ideas with one of our incredible designers, Jonathan Adler. He had a dream and a big love, pottery! After leaving his day job work, he launched his brand. Jonathan intend to “design pieces that help anyone building a flawlessly chic home. This led to more and more, and today you can find a huge variety of beautiful design trends (that still shape the industry) all created by him.”
Bold graphics, pops of colour, eye-catching details, this is what we can find we see Jonathan’s design pieces. “He is also a great designer to pick when you need a decoration plan is needed from scratch. “
Peter Marino is one of the most important New-York based interior designers. He is known for his irreverant and sophisticated style. “He founded his architecture company in 1978 and is widely acclaimed for having redefined modern luxury through a harmonious symbiosis between architecture and interior design.”
Nature Design Trend with Peter Marino! By working with the Pressman family, lead him to contact him with desig boutiques such as Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Giorgio Armani, Ermenegildo Zegna, and Fendi, and eventually Chanel, Dio, and Louis Vuitton.
Ryan Korban has redefined luxury for a new generation! “His interior design style infuses a timeless sensibility with a sense of lost romance, sex, fantasy, and strong fashion influence.”
“His beautiful book ‘Ryan Korban: Interiors’ is filled with more than one hundred full-color photographs and is a great way to spot his incredible approach to design trends. – In the book, you will also learn how to achieve a sense of luxury in your home that is glamorous, yet, highly personal.”
Yabu Pushelberg is a firm with 37 years! The owners are George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg. They’re based in New York and Toronto!
“In order to give a sense of warmth and openness, the designers opted for a muted colour palette in things like the wood-like floors, the army-green mosaic tile or even the striped drapes. “
Michael Smith studied interior design at the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. This amazing interior design has something special, he blend two different styles, European Classicism and American Modernism.
“In his own words: “I have a lot of different stuff that I love, much of it modern but some of it not, and I put it in my house in a way that had it all co-exist and live really comfortably.”
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