Bohemian Interior Designers We Love
At Alder New York we love the comfort and warmth of collected and rich interiors. Below are our favorite interior designers that all share this bohemian, hand crafted aesthetic.
As one of the stars of Bravo's Million Dollar Decorator, Kathryn stood out as a designer who makes places for people to actually live in. As she says "I don’t like homes that are showplaces. I don’t just decorate, I try to create a lifestyle. I think of myself as a homemaker, not a decorator." Her carefully cultivated, and often times self designed, mix of textiles, special antique pieces, and love for timeless furniture, has helped her to become the bohemian designer of choice for celebrities like Julia Louis Dreyfus, David Mamet, and Lindsay Lohan.
Author of the book The New Bohemians, L.A. based designer Justina Blakeney credits her multiethnic upbringing for her aesthetic. With an emphasis on vintage, multicultural design elements, and lots of plants, Blakeney has quickly become the designer that editors, from Harper's Bazaar to Elle Decor, turn to when they want bohemian inspiration.
The combined aesthetic of Commune's four founders leads to an eclectic yet polished style. As the visionaries behind the interiors of the Ace Hotel, Barney's New york, and Opening Ceremony, they define the look of modern bohemian cool.
Anne Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham, owners of Tilton Fenwick, share an appreciation for traditional aesthetics suffused with fresh and unexpected colors and patterns, with a focus on comfort. “Our design approach is formal, but our ultimate goal is to have fun," says Foster. Their approach works, and in 2011, Traditional Home Magazine named them one of their “New Traditionals.”