As soon as interior designers finish one project, they’re on to the next, for that reason, it’s quite telling when one space stands out amongst the rest as the pride and joy of their portfolio. Ranging from sentimental reasons to sheer love of the finished product, these are the rooms some of our favorite designers will never forget.
A large Colonial in Kansas City stands out to Chad Graci of Graci Interiors, because it was his first major commission. The concept was to use mostly fine period French and Italian antiques, but to make them feel current and not stuffy.
One of favorite projects of Doug Burdge is a store called Malibu Beach House. They have all the best home decor items you’d want in your beach home, and the store itself fits so well into the Malibu landscape.
Co-founder of Moniomi Ronald Alvarez says, that the room represents the effort of many years of love and evolves as the homeowners’ art collection grows.
Michael Violante and Paul Rochford are not only a design duo, but a married couple, which is why they are most proud of their renovated shared home. Photo of Wendy McEahern.
Tiffany Brooks of Tiffany Brooks Interiors Inc. explains that her client wanted something different, feminine and sexy. The combination of fabrics and styling makes this room feel so unpretentious.
Regan Baker admits that this San Francisco dining room (shot by Sharon Risedorph) is one of his favorites, because the space perfectly combines traditional and modern design elements, with a twist of personalization.
Allison Shortmeyer says that this is the project she is proud of , it is her first project when she started own design business.
Jaclyn Joslin of Coveted Home is really proud of a living room, because he knows how much they love how it turned out. The chic room is functional for a household with two small rambunctious boys.