Cultural phenomena like Top Design and Target's Design for All campaign have made Jonathan Adler and Thomas O'Brien household names, but there are a lot of talented interior designers who might not be so familiar. We've covered some of them on Apartment Therapy.
Anne Coyle (Chicago, IL): Her spaces are recognizable for the combination of classic shapes with modern colors and patterns. It's a bit of a mash up of Hollywood Regency, Asian pieces, Jonathan Adler-style seventies retro and influences from nature.
Kara Mann (Chicago, IL): Her signature palette blends earthy textures with high-gloss accents and one-of-a-kind accessories. It's a moody aesthetic that stands out from the pack.
West and Green (Brooklyn, NY): Five years after opening his Catskills store, Spruce Design + Decor, John Krenek, together with Martin Nederpelt, has brought his eclectic aesthetic to Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Pret-a-Habiter (Various Locations): Pret-a-Habiter, started by Carl Bradford Stibolt (marketing) and Reynaldo Gonzalez (interior design) specializes in making interior design "simple, fun and affordable."