J. Randall Powers

STYLE Texas tailored
COLLABS Visual Comfort lighting, wallcoverings for Hartmann & Forbes

Based in Houston, J. Randall Powers turns out traditional-with-a-twist interiors for his affluent clients. Powers exudes a penchant for purity and quality—think sisal, white sheets and slipcovers, and skirted tables—and cites the influence of ’80s California decorators like Michael Taylor and John Dickinson on his work.

Instagram: @jrandallpowers



Jacques Garcia

STYLE Moody Rococo
CLIENTS The Sultan of Brunei, La Mamounia in Marrakech

The Paris-based designer has created hotels around the world, including the Peninsula Paris and Manhattan’s NoMad. Most recently, his own apartment was featured in ELLE Decor France.

Instagram: @jacquesgarciaofficiel



Jacques Grange

STYLE Gallic hauteur laced with contemporary wit
CLIENTS Princess Caroline of Monaco, Karl Lagerfeld, Valentino

For decades, Jacques Grange has taken mixing traditional and contemporary design elements to a new dimension. Just feast your eyes on Yves Saint Laurent’s famous Marrakech retreat, Villa Oasis, for a sampling of his sumptuous layering of color and patterns. He is an acolyte of Madeleine Castaing and a recipient of the Légion d’Honneur.

Instagram: @jacques.grange


Jamie Bush & Co.

STYLE Organic polish
 Tiles for Exquisite Surfaces, rugs for Marc Phillips, his own Pier bookcase system

Jamie Bush approaches interiors with a holistic vision, blurring the lines between architecture and interior design. He established his eponymous Los Angeles–based firm in 2002, focuses on midcentury-modern residential architecture and design, and has a keen ability to incorporate elements of the natural world into his work.

Instagram: @jamiebushco


Jayne Design Studio

STYLE History hound
 Winterthur Museum
 Developing a line of fabrics

Whether it’s a SoHo loft or a late-19th-century industrial building, Thomas Jayne’s designs never fail to convey a deep connection to history and place. The New York–based designer’s firm, Jayne Design Studio, knows how to create personality-packed spaces that embody ancient and modern design principles. Clients range from young families to advanced collectors.

Instagram: @thomasjayne


Jean-Louis Deniot

STYLE Atmospheric chic
 Swank new residences for the towers of the Waldorf Astoria in New York

The interiors Jean-Louis Deniot creates are spaces where spontaneity and magic are de rigueur. He is recognized for his eclectic and emblematic interiors and prefers neither minimalism nor excess: His projects show balance and a vision of refinement, comfort, and openness.

Instagram: @jeanlouisdeniot


Jeff Andrews

STYLE Starry style
 Rugs for Mansour Modern, furniture for A. Rudin

This celebrated interior designer to the stars knows how to push creative boundaries with bold design concepts while simultaneously infusing his interiors with a sense of home. Jeff Andrews Design pairs beauty with comfort, and Andrews expertly interprets the needs of his celebrity clients—including Kaley Cuoco, Kris Jenner, and Ryan Seacrest, to name a few.

Instagram: @jeffandrewsdsgn

Jeffrey Alan Marks

STYLE Playful cool
COLLABS Fabrics with Kravet, furniture with A. Rudin and Palecek

Through his creations in furniture, fabric, and home, the bicoastal designer has mastered the art of making interiors cool, giving us a whole new vocabulary for comfort all along the way.

Instagram: @jeffreymarksinc




John Saladino

STYLE Old-time grandeur
 Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
 A line of furniture, case goods, and lighting

John Saladino is often referred to as the designers’ designer, and his New York–based firm has enjoyed success crafting spaces with an effortless blend of old and new that appeals to clients who appreciate traditional and modern styles.

Instagram: @johnsaladino



Joy Moyler Interiors

STYLE Couture with a wink
 Leonardo DiCaprio, John Mayer
 Working on a new tabletop collection

Heavily influenced by the world of fashion, Joy Moyler infuses her interiors with bespoke elements such as those found in haute couture men’s haberdashery. Her body of worldwide residential and commercial work spans New York, London, and Moscow, and her clients include such notable names as John Mayer, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Harry Winston.

Instagram: @joymoylerinteriors



Juan Montoya Design

STYLE Vivid imagination
 An apartment in New York City, an upstate New York estate, a home in the Dominican Republic

Juan Montoya was born in Colombia and moved to New York to attend Parsons School of Design after studying architecture in Bogotá. He has enough design-world accolades to fill a very chic room and is known for paying special attention to his mix of textures, volumes, shadows, and scale.

Instagram: @juanmontoyadesign



Kathryn M. Ireland

STYLE Hippie chic
 Virtual design site the Perfect Room

Former Million Dollar Decorators star Kathryn M. Ireland describes her style as “California coastal meets European chic,” and the result is an elevated boho look that has attracted clients such as Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Drew Barrymore. The Santa Monica–based designer’s charm and signature flair also shines through in her popular textiles line.

Instagram: @kathrynmireland



Katie Ridder Design

STYLE Showstopping palettes
 Fabrics and wallpaper through Holland & Sherry
 Katie Ridder: More Rooms, out this fall

Katie Ridder has a dexterity with color palettes, a playful approach to mixing antiques and modern pieces, and an eye for unusual decorative accents. She has worked with clients from Switzerland to Virginia. Recently, Ridder created her own wallpaper and fabric line.

Instagram: @katieridderinc



Kelly Behun Studio

STYLE Out of this world
 Interiors for a forthcoming Robert A.M. Stern–designed building on the Upper East Side
Rugs with the Rug Company, lighting with Hudson Valley Lighting

A Pennsylvania-born designer who moved to New York City and trained under designer Philippe Starck, Kelly Behun is known for her highly bespoke creative process and her line of artistic, thoughtful furniture pieces and home accessories.

Instagram: @kellybehunstudio



Kelly Wearstler

STYLE Bold glamour
 Cameron Diaz, Gwen Stefani, Elton John
 Proper Hotels with husband Brad Korzen, wallpaper and fabric for Groundworks

Kelly Wearstler’s global luxury lifestyle brand is marked by its distinctive designs and sophisticated soulful character. Wearstler’s signature style juxtaposes raw with refined, and her portfolio includes luxury hotels and grand residences from Beverly Hills to the Caribbean.

Instagram: @kellywearstler



Kemble Interiors

STYLE Like her mother, Mimi McMakin, Celerie Kemble has an eye for bold whimsy
 Their redo of the Mayflower Inn & Spa in Washington, Connecticut, is debuting late summer

Kemble Interiors was founded in 1982 by Palm Beach native Mimi McMakin. Her daughter, Celerie Kemble, later became a partner in the New York office. Kemble has a collection of furniture with Henredon and accessories with Maitland-Smith.

Instagram: @celerie

Ken Fulk

STYLE Auteur vision
 His revival of the Chrysler Building’s historic Cloud Club

Trading his time between New York and San Francisco, Ken Fulk creates designs that are bold, evocative, and inventive—and attract the clients to match, such as Pharrell Williams. In the public sphere, you might have encountered his work at one of the many trendy Major Food Group bars and restaurants he’s decorated.

Instagram: @kenfulk


Kerry Joyce

STYLE Tony and textured
COLLABS Rugs for Mansour Modern, Kerry Joyce Textiles line with former ED editor Marian McEvoy

The Los Angeles–based Kerry Joyce got his start in art direction on television in the mid-1970s (he even won an Emmy for his work). Since then, he has built a decades-old practice of restrained and refined interiors for his moneyed clientele alongside robust furnishings and home collections.

Instagram: @kerryjoyceatelier




Kravitz Design

STYLE “Fly Away” chic
PROJECTS Interiors for 75 Kenmare in NoLIta
COLLABS Swarovski, Dom Pérignon

Lenny Kravitz is a modern-day Renaissance man. When he founded his eponymous design firm 17 years ago, the rock singer proved that he was just as creative decorating interiors as he is writing albums. Kravitz’s cool blend of modernism and pop influences makes him one of the more daring designers around.

Instagram: @kravitz_design



Leyden Lewis

STYLE Rooms as sculpture
 The entryway to a rammed-earth office in Khartoum, Sudan, for a foundation devoted to promoting access to education for girls

Leyden Lewis is not only an interior designer with a singular aesthetic, he’s also a fine artist. His work ranges from commercial to residential projects, including luxury Manhattan residences and a 19th-century Victorian brownstone, currently undergoing a full-scale architectural renovation, in Brooklyn.

Instagram: @leydenlewisdesignstudio






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