From classic residential interiors to her most recent 26,000-square-foot commercial design, our newest interior designer crush is a force to be reckoned with. Meet Donna Gilliam!
Her style is elegant yet subtle, using thoughtfully placed antiques to warm up a room. Meet Rivers Spencer, the New Orleans-based interior designer who is our latest interior designer crush.
Inspired by her hard-working, construction-loving single mother, April Tomlin turned her childhood interior design inclinations into a full-blown business. Find out why she’s our newest interior designer crush.
Veronica Solomon is proud of her ‘maximalism’ style, but her upbringing in Jamaica was quite minimal. Learn more about this Houston designer’s fascinating journey and how she helps others reach their dreams.
Laced with an artistic touch, Laura Vogtle’s interior design is led by her innate ability to breathe life into a home. This successful designer and art curator is our newest Interior Designer Crush!
Her style is colorful and bold, with more than a hint of whimsy. Meet Charlotte Lucas, the Charlotte, NC-based interior designer who is our newest Interior Designer Crush!
After studying art history in Vienna, Jade Joyner, an Alabama native, spent 15 years in Europe before returning to the U.S. to continue her interior design practice. Her Southern roots eventually drew her to Athens, where she met her husband, Graham, and they eventually founded Metal + Petal. Meet our latest interior designer crush!
Thom Filicia’s interior design dexterity has filled his client book with Tina Fey, Delta Airlines and W Hotels among many more. This designer of stunning spaces and thoughtful home products plans to make an exciting mark on the South. Read on to find out how!
Inspired by nature and skilled at creating artfully layered spaces, Melanie Pounds of Melanie Pounds Interior Design and Patina shares some gorgeous projects, insider tips and more. Meet our latest interior designer crush.
Nancy Charbonneau says that her passion for design drove her as she learned the ropes in Georgia and Florida, and then as she stepped out as an entrepreneur — not once, but twice.