A good home design professional will hone your style down to its very essence and be able to choose a functional layout that feels natural to you. An interior decorator can be involved as much or as little as you desire. Many clients who hire an interior decorator have a good sense of how the room should look and what products they should use. Some clients prefer that interior decorators use the products already present in the house. Other times a designer will need to start from scratch — especially if this is a newly purchased or just-built home. Below are 3 top interior designers in the US.
1. Michael J. Siller
Luxury interior designer Michael J. Siller has a unique design vision. Michael earned a degree in Interior Design and a minor in Art History at the University of Houston. Michael J. Siller Interiors was established in 1987. Born out of a passion for all styles of interior design and a desire to bring his vision to the client’s homes. He has a meticulous eye for detail. Creating interiors that have a sense of formality, yet maintain a comfortable and inviting elegance. His foremost concern is always great attention to his client’s building and fostering long-term relationships.
2. Barbara Barry
Barbara Barry has been an unwavering influence in the industry since forming her studio in Los Angeles in 1985. Barry’s eye for subtle nuances in colors and natural forms was honed from an early age. Throughout her career, nature has remained the designer’s ultimate source of inspiration, demonstrated here in this fresh interior awash with a meadow-inspired palette of gentle green and buttercup yellow hues. Aside from being the brains behind an extensive portfolio of residential and commercial projects, the creative is also a product designer and has collaborated with top industry’s names, including Visual Comfort and Global Views. Whether it’s a chandelier or Californian home, Barry’s concepts are resolutely elegant; rooted by classic silhouettes, raised by alluring accents and pops of color.
3. Alexa Hampton
Designer Alexa Hampton’s interiors blend sophisticated style with practical application. She is the daughter of legendary designer Mark Hampton, who designed interiors for icons like Estée Lauder, Brooke Astor, H. John Heinz III, as well as three U.S. presidents, and he was named one of the top 20 designers of all time in 2010. As evidenced by her work, Alexa’s practice focuses on four key design elements to create the perfect room: contrast, color, proportion, and balance. Hampton’s style is a nod to her father’s traditional approach to design blended with her own contemporary spin. Ahead we look at four spaces designed by Hampton that exemplify her classic style.