AD 100 is the annual list of the 100 best interior designers and masters of architecture released by Architectural Digest magazine. This year’s honorees are men and women who are changing our world with their exclusive creative home and exteriors designs. If you aren’t aware of their work yet, take a look at some home decor ideas by 6 of these top interior designers.
Jean Louis Deniot
Deniot worked with his sister and business partner, Virginie Deniot, to completely overhaul a centuries-old French farmhouse. This living room was once a stable.
A sleek sitting area with coffered ceilings showcases modern art, placed in alcoves that flank the fireplace.
Matte black and copper accents stand out against a cream backdrop in the dining room.
The lobby of the New York Edition Hotel features helical steel stair, paneled with light oak.
Victoria Hagan Interiors
In the living room of a Milwaukee apartment, Hagan assorted a sofa and armchairs of her own design.
The skylit master bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows with sheer curtains.
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Waldo Fernandez of Waldo’s Designs decorated his mid-century Los Angeles home, which includes this playful sitting room.
The living room showcases a dramatic marble hearth.
Studio Sofield Inc.
The living room fireplace is set within a wall of a weathered buckskin shield and has a contrasting surround of honed bluish-gray soapstone crowned by a mantle of sandstone.
Suzanne Kasler Interiors
Mixing high and low, traditional and contemporary, new and old to create signature interiors and products that convey a sophisticated simplicity.
Kasler used a neutral palette in the living room of her family’s Atlanta house.