Jean Liu's rebellious upbringing led her on an unconventional path to interiors.
Now Lynde Easterlin travels as far as India to get inspired.
Botanical wallpaper served as the blueprint for this bright and sunny home designed by AshleyWhittaker.
Contrast and continuity are vital to this home's harmony.
Tina Ramchandani believes minimalistic design is here to stay.
Jennifer Glickman personally favors Balenciaga and Balmain — can't argue with that.
Opulent colors — and a little disco music — bring elegance to this entertaining hotspot.
Erick Espinoza believes color is the best medicine for a boring home.
Even ice cream sandwiches and macaroons are part of the display.
Allison Allen is marrying Manhattan va-va-voom with more buttoned-up Southern charm.
For starters, having a separate Champagne bar is an absolute must.
Sky blue and grass green are up first.
Grays, whites and muted blues are the key players here.
Anne Chessin found her calling through an American realist's paintings.
This nature-loving designer finds inspiration in everything — even sea urchins.
She didn't shy away from cheery wallpaper, either!
This bass-playing designer know how to turn up the volume.
This designer digs into her clients' psyche for her room inspiration.
No stuffy formal spaces allowed, says designer Chad Graci.
How many are in your house?
There's something to be said for perfect symmetry.
If Brie Larson trusts 'em, so should you.
...and making sure you don't go "ugh" to that pricey upholstery job in 10 years.
Whether the space is big or small, she makes the design count.
After hopscotching the globe, Amy Berry combined her love of old-world classicism with charismatic "don't mess with Texas" style.
"I love dusty antiques shops that require popping allergy meds before visiting."
Armed with an impressive background in biology, the New York City designer offers a stimulating mix of East and West Coast style.
Rivers Spencer fell hard for luxe antiques and dreamy neutrals.