The Architectural Digest magazine has introduced recently its list of top 100 interior designers of 2018. That’s why today Modern Dining Tables blog will present you 10 best interior designers and their most amazing dining room decor ideas. We hope you enjoy it and get inspired.
Nate Berkus Associates
Nate Berkus has always championed the idea that great design is not only for the privileged. His vision of the well-crafted home centres on the fundamentals of scale, proportion, craftsmanship, and, perhaps above all, personal meaning. “I’ve always believed your home should tell your story,” he says. “The best interiors reflect what a person or a family loves most, and who they really are.”
Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd./Architecture at Large
Discover work by Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd./Architecture at Large, from a minimalist-chic Manhattan residence to a dramatic and moody London home.
The New York–based designer is known for his bold colors, sleek surfaces, and anything-goes aesthetic.
Founders Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci create nuanced spaces that blend classic principles with contemporary styling.
he Paris-based designer and architect creates statement-making interiors in a bevy of rainbow-bright hues.
Although he counts some of the biggest names in the contemporary-art world as clients, Billy Cotton maintains no pie-in-the-sky illusions about what he does. “I make furniture and interiors, not art. I leave that to my artist friends and clients. If people like the work I do, that’s enough for me,” says the Brooklyn-based dynamo.
Commune’s signature is the unpretentious bohemian chic – California cools with a hint of Wiener Werkstätte glamour.
Tom Scheerer is known for traditional but lively place-appropriate decorating, with just-right modernist touches.
In April 2016, siblings Pamela and Ramin Shamshiri, two of the founding partners of the AD100 firm Commune Design, decided to strike out on their own. The duo hit the ground running with a slate of high-profile assignments, including homes for celebrity power couples Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller, and Beck and Marissa Ribisi. Pamela, the firm’s design lead, describes their process as “narrative- and experience-driven.”