Meet the 2020 House Beautiful Next Wave.
Whitley Esteban has worked on everything from buzzy hotels like Ace New Orleans to the newest wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
“I want the houses that I work on to be therapeutic sanctuaries for their inhabitants.”
Instead of sticking to a traditional style, she aims to tell a story with design.
Hard work, determiniation, and a little bit of help from Steve Harvey.
It's all about texture.
She pushes the envelope just enough.
The frills-averse creative tells all.
Airy interiors? Midcentury furniture? Plenty of texture? Check, check, check.
Heather and Matt French redid their home with their own hands—then went into business doing it for others.
Grandmillennials, take note.
Here's how the maximalist designer makes over-the-top seem perfect.
No frilly front porches or plastic furniture covers here.
Laura Hodges blends global influence and local design.
The pair behind Fettle can turn any space into a hot spot.
Philly's Shophouse Design has the answers.
Check out some of his stunning rooms.
It all comes down to three things.
Meet the New York-based designer who's creating offices that make you look forward to Mondays.
“We want clients to feel like the best version of themselves.”
The Atlanta-based interior designer goes bold any chance he gets.
How the Rowayton, Connecticut, interiors guru works design magic.
The Columbia, South Carolina, native blends Victorian propriety with all things modern.
The Manhattan-by-way-of-St.-Louis designer has a curator's eye and a knack for celebrity stylings.