There are hundreds of interior designers that are considered world’s best, their creativity and innovative designs completely transform spaces. These three game changers in the world of home and commercial decor are famed for their finest standards and timeless styles.
Dubbed as the “the presiding grande dame of West Coast interior design” of The New Yorker, Kelly Wearstler’s sophisticated designs are not short of playful elegance and superlative luxury. Her impressive portfolio includes the Avalon Beverly Hills and the Viceroy hotel chain among many other luxurious hotels and residences internationally. Her celebrity clients include Cameron Diaz, Gwen Stefani, and Stacey Snider. You can check her diverse design collections from jewelry to home accessories in her Kelly Wearstler flagship store in Los Angeles.
The English interior designer was hailed as one of the world’s top interior designers by Architectural Digest, and we couldn’t agree more. Martyn Lawrence-Bullard is a self-trained designer who transitioned from being an actor to a design buff. The producer of the comedy film I Woke Up Early the Day I Died (which he is a part of) offered him to design the offices of Hollywood Film Works. After that, he was asked to decorate the iconic Capitol Building, and the rest is history. Inspired by his travels and his eclectic approach, Martyn climbed his way to fame and success as one of the most-sought interior designers in the world. His A-list clients include Eva Mendes, Edward Norton, and Jimmy Choo.
Another designer who is born with world-class talent in home decors is Tristan Auer. Having had worked with fellow top designers Christian Liaigre and Philippe Starck on many international projects, Tristan has reputed himself as a grand master of his decor ideas. His refined craftsmanship and eclectic design earned him the trust of Karl Lagerfeld for styling a Chanel salon in Paris and creating Bryan Adams’ beach house in the Caribbean.