Designer Spotlight

We all know the bright, transitional designs of Emily Henderson. We live for the plant-infused, bohemian spaces pictured on the Jungalow’s Instagram feed. But we’re always looking for new sources of inspiration, so we scoured and scrolled through the ‘gram to find the up and coming design stars that you should be following. Endless interior inspo awaits. Oleander and Palm A post shared by Oleander and Palm (@oleanderandpalm) on Feb 16, 2017 at 4:39pm PST Run by a triple threat stylist, photographer, and blogger, Oleander and Palm’s Instagram feed is stocked with interior

Jessica Rose has always wanted to use her creative talents to help other people. Five years ago, she was waiting tables in San Francisco and tutoring elementary school students on her days off. Whenever she walked into the small, ugly portable building that was used for the after school tutoring classes, she would mentally re-design it into a space that kids could actually enjoy. One that also supported them as creative thinkers. Today, Jessica holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from a CIDA accredited institution and is a

As the product of both Puerto Rican and Spanish cultures, Miriam Llorens‘ design aesthetic is shaped by her geographic influences. After graduating from Pratt Institute, she entered the high-end world of interior design, specializing in seamlessly blending different design periods through antiques and heirloom pieces. Today, she resides in Miami Beach, where her roots and design foundation play an essential role in designing spaces for the local clientele. Get to know Miriam below and see the rest of her design portfolio here! What is your dream project? My dream project would be a contemporary house in Ibiza, Spain. The clients would be art collectors

Selfies, once a source of embarrassment, are now a staple of Instagram life. So it’s only natural that this phenomenon would make its way into the interior design world in the form of the shelfie. For our latest Designer Challenge, we asked our designers to style their own shelfies, transforming a basic bookcase into a statement piece. Though all of the submissions took bookcase styling to new heights, three winning designs totally upped the shelfie stakes. From style board to install, see how these these designers made an industrial bookcase much more than a place to host your library. Boho With A Botanical Touch Styled by Jessica Rose Organic

The “I can’t believe this is my house” feeling is one that every designer strives to achieve within their  clients. Laurel & Wolf Designer, Jennifer Bolen makes this moment a reality everyday with her immaculate eye for design and inherent ability to make spaces not only aesthetically lovable, but also livable. After fifteen years as a successful marketing executive, and another eight designing and staging interiors, her extensive experience has led her to countless clever solutions to her clients’ design dilemmas. Read more about this Dallas native and check out her Design Portfolio here! What is your dream project? My

Anyone who has worked with Laurel & Wolf Designer, Christina Manzo will tell you that she is both innately talented and knowledgeable of the design world. Her first step in the design process is to take the time to get to know her clients and find out exactly what their wants and needs are from their spaces. Whether her client is expanding into a new home, or furnishing his or her first apartment on a budget, every project is the product of ongoing creative collaboration. With all projects, the final design has the professional touch of a talented designer, while telling the unique

Light in spirit, quick to laugh and passionate about design, Laurel & Wolf designer, Kay Rasoletti arrived at her profession by way of the colorful world of advertising design. After spending many years on set creating advertisements for both television and print, her interest began to shift to design in real life. As a result, Rasoletti decided to leave the ad business behind her, enrolled in school, and earned her degree in interior design. Today, she is loved by her clients for her creative solutions, attention to their diverse needs, and constant cheerfulness.

Laurel & Wolf Designer, Andrea Slodowicz has a relentless energy to tell stories. As a trained writer and painter, she found in interior design a new way to bring to life the narratives and stories of those around her. An English professor in college once told her a story is successful when the reader can imagine it in color, and that stuck for years to come. As an interior designer, Andrea looks to blend a modern, more austere aesthetic with playful and curated accessories and décor that read elegance and

Laurel & Wolf Designer, Andrea Bushdorf has an incredible passion for design and an enthusiastically engaging personality. She’s always willing to listen and incorporate all of her client’s stories into the design of their homes or projects, coming up with brilliant ways to achieve beautiful and very functional spaces. She knows how to make every square inch count, and in small dwellings, that makes a big difference. Andrea’s fun personality takes the stress out of making all of those difficult design decisions. Her diverse design experience — including a number of years in the

For as long as she can remember, Laurel & Wolf Designer, Carolynne Kelly has channeled her love for art and design through an array of outlets. Through painting, drawing, textile arts and more, Carolynne’s ambition led her to Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA, where she earned a BFA in fibers, Material Studies and Textile Design. Carolynne’s unique experience at a fine arts college provided her with a keen eye for color theory, material, and textile knowledge and appreciation, as well as a knack for truly understanding composition

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