Today Home and Decoration presents “New York Next Hot Shots in Interior Design”. Stay tuned and find out the up and coming interior designers making it in the big apple!
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The city that never sleeps is setting the next design trends, starting with new and fresh minds.
From studying architecture in Europe to launching a furniture line in Turkey, the interior designer has developed an international eye for design. Her ultimate goal is to create spaces where people interact, that’s why she became a specialist at beautifully functional spatial arrangement within small spaces.
Mariette Himes Gomez
With over 30 years of experience, Mariette Homes Gomez has been creating innovative and fresh designs in her New York based Interior Design Studio. Her brilliance is found in the ability to offer serene sanctuaries amidst the fast -paced energy of city life. With attention to architectural detail, Gomez combines subtle color with personalized décor pieces that result in high-style glamour and simple sophistication.
exquisite colors, and a minimalist approach to design. The folks at Curbed took notice, honoring Arps with a recent induction into their Young Guns Class of 2016, a pool of talented young designers who are making waves in the design industry.
Drew McGukin pairs the utmost refinement with a strong presence to bring distinction and warmth to his design projects. For McGukin and his team at Drew McGukin Interiors, it’s all about well-thought-out divergences. He employs audacious color palettes with sleek sophistication, industrial lighting with luscious textures, classic design with outlandish patterns.
Tamara Stephenson is no stranger to the art of crafting beautiful spaces, having started her design career in 2000 and currently a co-owner with business partner and friend Susan Young of Root Cellar Designs, an East Hampton design boutique which has received nods of approval from numerous publications for Stephenson’s in-the-know style. Stephenson’s aesthetic has been described as “sophisticated cottage,” which perfectly suits the boutique fabrics and textiles that are the bread and butter of the Root Cellar name.
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