When it comes to interior designers, everyone can be their own. However, sometimes we look to those who dedicate their life to the profession to get inspiration, ideas and new styles for how we should decorate our own home. There are many in the business, but when it comes to a few we think you must follow, there’s no doubt that these five make our list. Take a look…
Benjamin Vandiver is based in Nashville and is famous for creating spaces that are so chic, you won’t be able to take your eyes off it. He manages to combine classic style, with vintage vibes, and a completely modern, fresh take. His design style is unique, fresh and progressive and he gets it right each and every time.
Los Angeles based designer Amber Lewis is a guru for pattern-mixing. She is fearless in how she put it together and her style leans toward the eclectic, Moroccan flea market, road trip cool tip, with bright colors, textures and inspiring posts on how to kick life in the ass sprinkled in.
Never heard of a“bungalow?” Maybe it’s time to study up on Justina Blakeney’s creative ways. Justina has pioneered this relaxed, boho, totally unique interior design approach that incorporates bold, contrasting textures and patterns, lots of lush plants and natural materials, and a comfortable, casual vibe. She also features daily #FaceTheFoliage works of art, which are portraits she creates with flowers and leaves.
If there is one thing that Jenny Komenda is, it’s DIY. This Arizona-based designer and Domino Contributing Editor is the queen of all things DIY. We highly recommend you follow Jenny as she renovates her home, creates photo shoots for Domino Mag, scavenges thrift stores, and dreams up bigger and better DIY projects. You’ll get some excellent ideas from her too.
Brian Patrick Flynn
Who says guys can’t design? Our favorite male interior designer is Brian Patrick Flynn. Brian Patrick Flynn will bring you along to his mountain house in Georgia, off to the hills of Beverly in Los Angeles and back to his home in Atlanta with his super funny, always spot on commentary on just about everything. There’s way more on Brian’s projects over on his blog.
Be sure to check out these fabulous interior designer’s webpages, and follow them on social media for daily updates on design inspiration!