5 Celebrity Blogs
These professionals demarcate itself from other professions by multifaceted capacity that is required of them to find creative solutions and techniques to apply in an indoor environment, enhance a space, all to provide the lifestyle requested by his client.
Some of the key requirements for success, passes very briefly to have a strong sense of aesthetics, added the skills of negotiation, communication, time management and presentation of solutions to problems.
Then, they became bloggers too. What happens now?
We do want a TOP 5 CELEBRITY list to keep growing and provide our readers with a great source of inspiration, that for some reason they couldn’t vote for its favorite interior designer/blogger. Make your decision through our blog.
Tailored, refined, simple, classic, crisp, luxurious, sophisticated, opulent… all are words that come to mind when asked about Kelly’s designs. She runs the gambit from residential, commercial, architectural, hospitality, yacht and product design – she has even designed the interior for the first class of British Airways! Of course, each project is different but they all seem to share an aesthetic that is uniquely Kelly Hoppen; featuring clean lines and soft palettes with accents of antiques, colour or texture.
Founder & Editor Holly Becker is an American award winning and best selling author, journalist, interiors stylist and workshop leader. She launched decor8 in January 2006 after a decade-long stint in the corporate world as a human resources and facilities project manager before design blogs became popular.
Jonathan Adler is known for a design aesthetic which pairs modernist forms with bold colors and groovy graphics. The company motto, “If your heirs won’t fight over it, we won’t make it”, reflects Jonathan’s commitment to impeccable craftsmanship and panache.
Interior designers world-wide are familiar with Windsor’s fabric collection for Kravet which is full of crisp linens with geometrics, seersucker, stripes and beautiful solids in a multitude of materials and colours, she also has a collection of furniture including ottomans, chairs, pillows, mirrors, rugs and case goods. She has also been featured in magazines such as Domino, Traditional Home, House Beautiful, Vogue Living and Veranda.
Coco+Kelley has been recognized by editors at Lucky Magazine, Martha Stewart, House Beautiful and Sunset Magazine, and was honored to be listed on the London Times ’50 Best Design Blogs’.