It's going to sound cliché and possibly even offensive to say, but the first impression we get from Sara Story's design work is that these rooms are so nice.
Though we enjoy a range of styles and tastes with our Contemporary Designer profiles here on the Swank Lighting blog, as it hints in our name, we do enjoy those interiors that exhibit high levels of s
John Jacob's interiors are not for the faint at heart, and they aren't for anyone who might have pre-conceived notions of what a designer's portfolio from Cape Town, South Africa might look like.
As interior design writers, we must learn to appreciate a number of different design techniques and styles, even if said style isn't exactly in our own tastes.
Man we really love the simple, soft and lovely designs of Cozette Coffman.
Ruthie Chapman Sommers has that kind of name that just makes you know she's going to be a good designer.
I know it sounds a bit snobby to say, but anytime we see an interior designer describe themselves as an "interior architect," we know we're in for a good time. Why?
It seems we focus a lot on interior designers out of San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City on the Swank Lighting blog.
It only takes one glance at Christopher Coleman’s website to see that he’s a colorful, fun and exciting interior designer.
There’s a level of refinement that is sometimes lost the more comfortable a space is created.