As showcased by interior designer Accouter Design, a handful of famous interior designers have made a name for themselves by infusing their signature styles into homes and offices around the world over the past decade.
We’ve rounded up the 10 most famous interior designers of the past 10 years, and we’ve listed their most notable works for you to check out.
1. Joanna Gaines
Joanne Gaines, a T.V. star and designer, built a design empire with her husband, Chip, within six years. Mega brands such as Anthropologie and Target collaborated with Joanne Gaines in 2013 when HGTV launched Fixer Upper. The collaboration began to publish books and magazines as well as make shiplap and farmhouse-style design universal. At the silos, the Magnolia market has been made a tourist attraction by this couple, thus attracting more than thirty thousand people each week. In 2018, Fixer Upper was over, but Gaines followed her design domination path.
2. Nate Berkus
Nate Berkus landed Tv shows, collaborated with galore, book deals, and became America’s favorite designer when he first premiered on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2002. Ricky Martin is among the high-profile customers attracted by his eponymous firm that he launched in 1995 when he was 24 years old. Karvet, Target, Framebridge, and Shade store are some of the product lines that Berkus has collaborated with. Recently, Nate and Jeremiah, her husband, unveiled their latest collection of designs for living spaces.
3. Kelly Wearstler
Kelly Wearstler was declared as the west coast interior design presiding grande dame in 2009 by The New Yorker. His influence increased beyond California after the declaration. Four season Seasons Anguilla, Viceroy Hotels and Residences, and Proper Hotels in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Austin are among the many in the hospitality industry to be shaped by Kelly Wearstler’s designs. Ann Sacks, the Rug Company, Visual Comfort, Lee Jofa, and Georg Jensen are some of her designed lines. She also deals with residential clients like Ben Stiller, Gwen Stefani, and Cameron Diaz, as well as furniture and accessories.
4. Martyn Lawrence Bullard
Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a go-to superstar decorator, even though celebrity interior designers are many. His clients include Cher, Elton John, Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner. Ann Sacks Tile, Christofle Silver crowns, and Custom Comfort mattress are some of his licensed design lines since he is the brand’s favorite collaborator. The Prospect in Los Angeles and Casa Laguna Beach interiors are the marks in the hospitality industry he makes when he is not designing for his star clients.
5. Bobby Berk
His impactful home makeovers made him fans favorite designer when he premiered as Queer Eye’s design expert in 2018. In 2006 and 2015, he launched his retail business and eponymous design firm, respectively. At High Point Market, he collaborated with A.R.T. Furniture, where he established a collection of furniture that compiled 44 pieces.
6. Peter Marino
Peter Marino is a fashion’s favorite architect. After working for George Nelson, Owings & Merrill, I.M Pei/Cossutta & Ponte, and Skidmore, he decided to launch his firm in 1978. Bulgari, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Graff, Hublot, and Fendi are some of the jewelry brands and luxury fashion stores he has designed.
7. Emily Henderson
America styling game and transformation of bookshelves, mantels, and cockatiel tables were made by Emily Henderson. After winning the HGTV Design Star season five, she made her big breakthrough. For two seasons, Secret From a Stylist was her subsequent show, where she shared her design with her Instagram feed and fans.
8. Jonathan Alder
Humor and colors have been infused in homes after Jonathan Alder launched his cheeky pottery 1n 993 at Barneys. Designing furnishings, rugs, and pillows, as well as lighting from everything, were his way of expanding his business outside ceramics. Kravet, Shade Store and H&M Home partnerships, Cannabis lifestyle company Higher standard collection, and his amazon Now House brand are some of his licensed lines.
9. Ken Fulk
Veronica Beard, Sean Parker, Pharrell Williams, and Kevin Systrom are some innovators who choose him as their designer because of his cinematic and vibrant style. He is located in New York and San Francisco. Felix Roasting Co., Saint Joseph’s Art Society, and Leo’s Oyster Bar are some of the country’s buzziest spots designed by Ken Fulk.
10. Roman and Williams
Ben Stiller, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Kate Hudson are some of the biggest Hollywood stars that Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch brought after they transitioned to interior design from production design. Le Coucou, the Ace Hotel New York, and the Chicago Athletic Association are some of the hotel and restaurant designs of the century that Roman and Williams are accountable for.