"John Stefanidis Design Limited is one of the world's leading interior design practices. In 1967, John Stefanidis Design established his practice from a studio in Chelsea, London and has for over three decades kept the highest standard of traditional and innovative design, producing unique concepts for a discerning international client portfolio." He has the uncanny ability to design spaces in a wide variety of styles, from classical English, to traditional, to modern. John's portfolio is filled with gorgeous photos of homes he has designed all around the world. He also has a line of bespoke furniture and accessories for both home and garden, as well as a line of luxurious fabrics, many of which are featured below. (Thanks again Caroline of JS Fabrics for the email!)
Shelley Gordon is a San Francisco based interior designer. I found her website after looking at previous years San Francisco Showcase rooms. The site contains only contact details and portfolio pictures with no hint of a profile but you don't need it when you look at these delightful rooms. Shelley has a wonderful sense of colour. There is a whimsy to her work. Sophisticated yes but family friendly and fun loving.
This is William Emmerson.
And these are new pieces from his new furniture line, Ab Ovo ("from the beginning").
And these are some other fabulous pieces available at his furniture gallery, Emmerson Troop, located in West Hollywood, CA. (Thanks to Laura of Emmerson Troop for emailing us.)
Erin from loechness monster left this fabulous link in the comments on the milk crate light. She found this chair at MoCo Loco and it comes from the Workshopped a yearly exhibition of emerging Australian designers. The designer is Stefan Lie and the chair is made from 20 discarded milk crates cobbled together with ties and slipcovered in vinyl advertising bill boards. Take that student milk crate bookshelf to the next level!