Best Los Angeles Interior Designers, they’re recognized as such for a reason right? They’re able to perfectly balance every project decor, through the choice of the best pieces of furniture, as well as the accessories and high-quality materials and fabrics. Today, Wall Mirrors presents each L.A. based designer and their accessory of preference within some projects!
Credits by Atelier AM
Shy by nature, Michael and Alexandra Misczynski, founders of Atelier AM, keep a notoriously low profile for who works with several celebrity clients like Tom Cruise and collaborate with consummate modern architects like Richard Meier. The husband-and-wife duo met in Manhattan while working on different projects for the same client. After, relocating to Michael’s hometown of Los Angeles, the power couple known as the choice designers for art connoisseurs, founded the preeminent firm Atelier AM.
Credits by Cliff Fong
Cliff Fong is a New York-born entrepreneur, interior and fashion designer that enters the amazing list of the Los Angeles based interior designers. Once a fashion buyer, stylist, and designer, he has worked with Ron Herman and Maxfield, alongside other international and luxury brands. Within his interior design identity, Cliff Fong longs to create settings that stand out for its uniqueness and spontaneity. His Mid-Century Modern projects come from a lot of inspirations, from residential to commercial, such as Michael Voltaggio’s Ink restaurant.
Credits by Jamie Bush Co
Jamie Bush Co, inspired by art and design from a very young age, has followed his passion for design without a doubt. From New Orleans to Venice, the designer gained a massive love for modernism. After finishing his masters in architecture, Jamie searched for Mid-Century Modern residential architecture in Los Angeles, and in 2002, finally founded his own company.
Credits by Jeffrey Alan Marks
Another famous face from Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorators, Jeffrey has been a trendsetter in the design world for over twenty years. In addition to Malibu beach houses and London homes, the internationally acclaimed designer has created iconic commercial interiors, including The Hungry Cat in Santa Monica. He is currently at work on an exclusive fabric line for luxury brand Kravet.
Credits by Joan Behnke
Joan Behnke & Associates Inc. was founded in 1999 and its core definition sits on the belief that interior design is able to function as fine art, as well as the opportunity for self-expression. Already grown to an international level, they insist on creating a process with the client, guiding them through every step on the creative journey the firm takes. Her projects sit on a classic and exquisite concept which is every interior designer aficionado’s dream. Her goal is to be inspired by many cultures, in order to find eccentric colors and textures to reflect on her projects.
Credits by Elle Decor
Famous interior designer Kathryn M. Ireland is known in the industry for her stunning design projects and her amazing fabric collections, but she gained worldwide celebrity status due to her appearance on the hit TV show “Million Dollar Decorators” of BravoTV. She’s been capitalizing on that fame by conquering new markets and clients. This new flow of businesses allowed Kathryn to afford a stellar mansion in one of the most exclusive areas of Los Angeles!
Credits by Tim Clarke
Meet Tim Clarke, a prestigious interior designer that’s based in California, since 1996. His interior design company holds hand with Tim Clarke Supply, a home furnishings boutique that establishes a set of pieces that are elegant and stylish. His design identity mostly focuses on the concept of coastal living, which perfectly defines the state of California. Peacefulness is the main definition for Clarke’s designs, along with the establishment of the ultimate beach house. Whether it is residential design or commercial developments, all of the interior design projects designed by the renowned designer includes inspiring nature color patterns, textures, and symmetry.
Credits by Kelly Wearstler
Kelly Wearstler is an American designer and one of the very top interior designers in the world, admired for her bold designs and fantastic interior projects. After founding her own design firm Kelly Wearstler Interior Design (or KWID) in the mid-1990s, her ensuing work within the hotel industry built her an enviable reputation in California. She served as a judge on Bravo’s Top Design and in 2012 Rizzoli published her fourth book, Rhapsody. The New Yorker once called her “the presiding grande dame of West Coast interior design”.
Credits by Marmol Radziner
Marmol Radziner founded 1989, is a Los Angeles-based design-build practice founded and led by architects Leo Marmol, FAIA and Ron Radziner, FAIA. The firm offers a full range of design services, including architectural design, programming, master planning, historic restoration, landscape design, interior design, and furniture design. Marmol Radziner specializes in residential, restoration, multifamily, commercial, retail, hospitality, educational, and community projects.
Credits by Martin Brudnizki
Born in Stockholm, Martin Brudnizki moved to London in 1990 to study Interior Architecture and Design at The American University. After working for a number of renowned architects and designers, Martin established Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) in London in the year 2000 before opening a New York Studio in 2012. Martin has been described as ‘one of the best restaurant and hotel designers of his generation’ by Wallpaper* and is regularly listed within both the London Evening Standard’s 1000 Most Influential People in the UK and House and Garden’s Top 100 Leading Interior Designers. Alongside interiors, Martin has designed bespoke product collections, with recent collaborations including work with The Urban Electric Company and The Lacquer Company.
Credits by Martyn Lawrence Bullard
Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a multi-award-winning Los Angeles based interior designer and is renowned for his broad range of styles and eclectic, yet sophisticated and always inviting interiors. Martyn has been consistently named as one of the world’s top 100 interior designers by Architectural Digest, featured permanently in Elle Decor’s A-List, named one of the top 25 designers by Hollywood Reporter, and part of the Luxe Interiors + Design Gold List 2012.
Credits by Mary McDonald
Mary McDonald is an award-winning, internationally published Los Angeles-based interior designer. She is one of the stars of Bravo TV’s “Million dollar decorators” & “Property Envy” series and is consistently ranked as one of House Beautiful’s Top 100 Designers. Besides creating bespoke interiors, McDonald is the author of “Interiors: The Allure of Style” from Rizzoli Publishing and has been honored as one of the top 25 designers by Veranda Magazine. Her licensed product lines include an acclaimed fabric collection for F. Schumacher & Company, lighting for Robert Abbey, rugs for Patterson, Flynn, and Martin, and furniture for Chaddock Home.
Credits by Michael S Smith
Michael S Smith – also known as Obama’s White House decorator – is one of the most respected and original talents in the industry. Born in California, Michael studied interior design at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. In 1984, he continued his studies at The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, then returned to the U.S. to work under the tutelage of legendary antique dealer Gep Durenberger. His design firm, Michael S Smith Inc, was launched in 1990, expanding from projects solely for private clients to his line of fine furniture and fabrics (“Jasper”).
Credits by Architectural Digest
Born in Cuba, Waldo Fernandez Latin blood inspires his strong designs for his amazing celebrity clients list, such as Elizabeth Taylor, Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolie. For over 35 years, Fernandez has managed all elements of his own interior design practice, working on various projects all over the world. The interior designs projects developed by the Cuban interior designer includes many high-end private residences, restaurants, hotels on both coasts, numerous Hawaiian estates, riding stables, executive offices, yachts, and private planes.
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