Los Angeles-based MLK Studio, created by Meg Joannides, specializes in high-end residential and commercial interior design. Her style is modern and minimal, with not much fussiness in details. Lots of neutral colours are used throughout her spaces. This works because the furnishings are so beautiful you wouldn't want to distract from them. I adore the glittery bathroom above and the white chair in the first photo below.
Los Angeles eco-designer Kelly LaPlante and her firm, Organic Interior Design, are on a mission to show clients that you don't have to sacrifice style when you choose organic and sustainable furnishings. Today's world is so fragile we owe it to keep one eye on style and both hands firmly on sustainability. Not an easy task but front runners like Kelly are showing the way. Low carbon footprint and eco sustainability do not have to mean hippy horror, more eco chic.
Deborah Sommers of d.garden collection calls Paris her home. She creates original textile art for your balcony, terrace or garden. UV protected and machine washable they are perfect for the newest room in home decor, the outdoor one. Add that modern graphic touch to an outdoor space, even the tiniest one. Check out the website for more details.
Sean Johnson's interior design firm was established in 1992 in New York and has become very successful over the years. "The firm's ability to accommodate a true diversity of tastes, atmospheres, and specific collections of fine art makes them a favorite of discriminating clients who value a design studio whose comprehensive understanding of the history of style and art results in highly developed environments of rich sophistication." The firm's portfolio has so many fabulous elements that caught my eye, from the antique settee, to the bold yellow walls and couch, to the gorgeous colours in the little girl's room.
The other day I spent a bit of time perusing the site Normal Room looking for photos for a post. It's a great site for ideas on how to decorate "normal" spaces on "normal" budgets. After some time digging around (why so many photos with Christmas trees???), I found a selection of photos that I think are far from normal (my favourites are above).