5 Female Interior Designers We’re Totally Crushing On
Ladies and gents, we hereby proclaim this #GirlCrushSaturday. That's right: We're in the mood to ooh and ahh over the work of some extremely talented ladies. Come meet some of our current faves—and prepare to be majorly inspired.
Featured in Domino, Sunset, Martha Stewart Living, and more, San Francisco-based Chloe Redmond Warner, co-founder and principal of Redmond Aldrich Design, is one of our favorite traditional-with-a-twist designers.
Sought after for her colorful, clean, and art-heavy aesthetic, Martha Angus has designed homes for the likes of Ralph Lauren and the Lauder family and created interiors for swank stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Lane Crawford in Hong Kong.
LA- and NYC-based interior designer and architect Alexandra Loew's internationally influenced interiors are at once traditional and eclectic—a winning combination.
San Francisco-based designer Catherine Kwong has perfected the art of modern elegance with her glamorous yet restrained rooms. It's no wonder she's loved by design glossies like House Beautiful and Architectural Digest.
Bay Area designer Alison Davin of Jute creates gorgeously comfortable living spaces without fuss or clutter—a touch rustic, a touch modern.
Which female designers do you love? Share their names with us below!