Interior Designers You Will Love |

Interior Designers You Will Love

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While you may already follow this elite pack of aesthetically talented individuals on Instagram, we’ve rounded up our favourite interior designers for a creative inspo boost. Be it minimalist, maximalist, regal or rustic, there’s something here for everyone.

Jason Grant

The interior stylist, author and creative consultant, Jason Grant, oozes laid-back Aussie style, a testament to his Bondi roots. He’s not into styling overkill; Jason prefers the ‘lived-in look’, reflecting the active side of life. He generally styles for photoshoots but also works on selected real space projects for both residential homes and commercial spaces.




Jonathan Adler

Not one for minimalists, Jonathan Adler is famed for lending a room the wow factor. Starting out with a ceramic collection at Barneys, New York in 1994, he was soon creating covetable furnishings, home accessories and more. Having penned four books on how to live a refined life, Jonathan’s mission is to create timeless and elegant pieces. Calling his office the ‘fantasy factory’, this designer dotes on his super-creative staff… What a boss.





Katherine Pooley

Although she’s known for a luxury aesthetic, Katherine Pooley is not one for staunch velvet sofas. Her extensive travels have informed her sophisticated style and she’s more than happy to toss an edgy fur throw over a quintessentially English studded armchair. The lady is business savvy too, having represented Morgan Stanley and Barclays, Hong Kong for 14 years.





Ryan Korban

Recognised as the interior designer working almost exclusively with New York’s hip young things, Ryan Korban’s style is covetable and unique. His portfolio of high end stores is unreal; try hanging fur hammocks and taxidermy zebras on the shop floor. He’s eccentric but refined, quirky but polished. Follow him on Instagram and you’ll see what we mean.




Salvesen Graham

Think British Heritage, homely yet regal. Founders Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham deny having a signature house style, promising instead that their focus is on the client brief. However, the design duo’s layering of textures and colours, and the juxtaposition of antiques with contemporary pieces has acquired a reputation and is instantly recognizable.  




Sophie Paterson

Based in London and Surrey, Sophie Paterson’s studio is one of the UK’s most successful. Working on high-end projects in the commercial and residential sectors across Britain and also overseas, her style is heavy, house proud and luxe. She uses a broad spectrum of plants and contrasting furnishings to soften grand spaces that would otherwise seem imposing and does so with unbeatable finesse.




Studio McGee

Set up by husband and wife, Syd and Shea McGee, Studio McGee is bright, fresh and contemporary. Their portfolio is impressive, with various projects channelling different styles. Catering to each brief with panache, the studio has retained the all-important thread of signature style. Take a look and slip into a state of deep admiration.




Suzy Hoodless

This lady exudes talent. Her style draws upon a lavish retro look, maintaining a non-generic minimalist element. Known for statement lamps and loud armchairs, Suzie oscillates between interiors projects for the likes of The Hoxton Grill in Soho House to traditional Hunting Lodges in deepest Scotland.




Turner Pockock

Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock have nailed the London terraced look. With over 30 rather grand city properties completed, the pair’s smart, confident designs are evident in their own homes, too. Why are they so popular? Because they’re masters in adapting to modern life and keep their bold aesthetics consistent through the home. We are huge fans.


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