1. Marin Modern by Tucker & Marks

Interiors by Tucker & Marks

Rather than try to compete with the spectacular views of the San Francisco Bay, Suzanne Tucker let the picturesque scenery inspire her design for the Marin Designers’ Showcase. Employing a curatorial approach, Tucker drew additional inspiration from Yves Saint Laurent’s magnificent homes, the aesthetic of mid-century France, the interior design firm Maison Jansen, and the furniture of Jacques Adnet. The results are sophisticated, inviting and downright dream-worthy. Click here to view the full project.  

2. Visionaire by Stedila Design, Inc.

Interiors by Stedila Design

A Leed Platinum-certified high-rise apartment building located in lower Manhattan, The Visionaire has set the tone for stylish yet sustainable living. Stedila Design’s Tim Button spearheaded the design of all of The Visionaire’s interiors, utilizing beautiful, green materials such as rift-cut oak flooring, bamboo cabinets and sustainable furnishings to create spaces that are both visually stunning and environmentally friendly. Click here to view the full project.

3. Elegant Washington, DC Residence by Kelley Proxmire, Kelley Interior Design

Interiors by Kelley Proxmire, Kelley Interior Design

This exceedingly refined Washington, D.C. home exemplifies the “tailored traditional” interiors that Kelley Proxmire is known for. Her smart use of color and knack for mixing antique pieces with fresh, modern finds makes for luminous spaces that are timeless and just the right amount of unexpected. Click here to view the full project.

4. Strong Design by Jay Jeffers - The Studio

Interiors by Jay Jeffers - The Studio

Jay Jeffers designed this bold space for a bachelor financier with a great eye for art. Formerly a showhouse, the home’s bones were great, so the project was pure decoration. Jeffers created an urbane, layered mix of old and new by using contemporary furnishings, antique and vintage finds, custom–designed pieces and fantastic art. Click here to view the full project.