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AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers (Part 2)

Architectural Digest has published the top 100 Architects and Designers and Luxury Bathrooms decided to honor them, by highlighting the bathroom décor ideas by the top interior designers. Luxury Bathrooms shows you today 10 more bathroom sets by this top interior designers featured on AD 100 List 2017.

Bilhuber and Associates

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

Bilhuber designs can be identified as being traditional while incorporating modern practicalities. To him, it is paramount to have a passion for decorative arts and a creation should always reflect a family or individual’s history. David Bowie was one of his most distinguished clients as well as Mariska Hargitay.

See also: AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers (Part 1)

Carrier and Company Interiors

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

The Company of interiors is managed by Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller and their working style pinpointed as understated elegance as well as timeless, tailored, and refined, take, for instance, this living room decor in Southampton, New York. Out of curiosity, Jessica Chastain and Annie Leibovitz are some of their most preeminent clients.

Cullman & Kravis Inc.

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

Founded by Ellie Cullman, the firm’s aesthetic work is specified as redesigning traditional projects. They are presently elaborating hand-knotted rugs for Crosby Street Studios.

See also: Maison et Objet 2017: Impressive Luxury Bathrooms by Maison Valentina

Groves & Co.

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

Architect and designer Russell Groves is responsible for the New York-based studio, and Groves characterises its style as “Layered modernism infused with warmth and ease.”  Groves’ firm is simultaneously working on a residential tower in New York and a Napa Valley estate.

Jayne Design Sutido Inc.

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

The studio’s style can be translated as fashionable historic as Thomas Jayne tries to combine time-honoured details with cutting-edge designs.

M (Group)

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

Recounted by their eye-catching creations, M (Group) is led by Hermes Mallea and Carey Maloney. The Group’s main purpose is to create sumptuous and gracious residences. They are currently restoring a 19th-century Hudson Valley Home in Mexico.

Mark Hampton LLC

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

According to Alexa Hampton, their signature style can be particularised as an “Eclectic design that is as logical as it is unique.” Their upcoming creations will include lots of patterns.

Michael S. Smith Inc.

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

Recently launching three exclusive outdoor collections of furniture for Brown Jordan, the designers describes his design methodology as “pure classical design traditions with unexpected elements.” This year, Smith was awarded the 2016 Sorolla Medal for promoting Spanish arts.

Richard Keith Langham Inc.

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

The ensuing comment by the studio’s leading man provides intel on how they view and design interiors, “rooms should be comfortable, layered, and appointed with furnishings and details that acknowledge the past, albeit with a fresh and clear approach.”

See also: Bathroom Decoration With Greenery, Pantone Of The Year 2017

Suzanne Kasler Interiors

AD 100 List 2017: Bathroom Décor by Top Interior Designers

Their design technique can be defined as an amalgamation of aspects by both traditional and contemporary design, often recurring to the use of velvets and linens. They frequently seek influences in the work of Peter Marino and Thierry Despont. According to Kasler, what can be expected from the interiors company is “Decorating that isn’t so perfect.”

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