May 5, 2013

2013’s Top Interior Designers

Stunning, cutting edge, innovative and era defining interior design is everywhere you look, from homes to restaurants, hotels and even offices. The world’s most defining interior designers are hard at work creating visions: bespoke interiors to suit their wealthy clients. The world of interior design is as transient as any other design related industry, and if you are not at the forefront, likelihood is you are going to be dishing out tired, outdated designs that will look retro in six months time! If you are looking for a true leader, then look no further than the following five, carefully selected interior designers. They have all stood the test of time, continuing to change the way that both the industry and those at home see interiors.

#1. Martin Brudnizki
Known for his hotel and restaurant designs, Martin Brudnizki is a Swedish designer who moved to London in 1990.  With a design studio in London and a New York office, he is one of the leading lights in the interior design industry, and his style is adaptable and considered.  Some of his most famous work includes designing the interiors for Jamie’s Italian restaurants across London, and most notably The Ivy in Dubai – its location in the Jumeirah Emirates Tower demanded an iconic and stylish finish, and that’s exactly what has been achieved.  Featuring huge art-deco glass chandeliers and bespoke mirrors crafted from silver leaf, the interior of The Ivy Dubai is absolutely stunning.

#2. Caroline Harrowby
Interior Design by Caroline Harroby - Lounge
This London based interior designer juggles the running of two companies – Harrowby Design and Caroline Sandon Interiors – whilst somehow also managing to oversee projects from start to finish.  She specialises in both interiors as well as the entire property development process, which a particular niche carved out in Italian Villas and countryside stately homes.  Lady Harrowby’s (or the Countess of Harrowby if we are to use her correct name!) approach utilises her skills in sourcing furniture worldwide, reflecting the wishes and dreams of her client to create a truly elegant and individual finish for each project.

#3. Paul Fortune
This British-born designer (now based in LA) counts Mark Jacobs and Richard Gere amongst his clients, and has a refreshingly unpretentious approach to interiors.  His company Fortune Design Studio accepts a limited number of projects in order to commit themselves fully and provide a personal service, often going the extra mile to source original items for clients.

#4.  Anouska Hempel
Former Bond girl turned interior designer Anouska Hempel runs her own design studio, and counts amongst her projects the stunning interior design of  Blakes London Hotel – each room is inspired by one of 47 exotic locations, and the unique subterranean bar and restaurant features tables made from vintage Louis Vuitton suitcases. Her approach to design blends high-end couture with her own quirky style.

#5. Katie Lydon
Katie Lydon’s inspired interiors blend antiques with crisp, contemporary modern style – think French sideboards from the 18th-century alongside unique vintage pieces and bold pieces of modern art; definitely an up and coming designer to watch.
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