(Original article by Loredana Sava @ homedit.com)
People realized some time ago that you cannot be brilliant in all fields of activity , but you can be great in only one and average in the others. So it is better to do what you do best and leave the rest for the specialists. So they soon realized that if you wanted to have a beautifully arranged home, you’d better look for an interior designer because they will know exactly what to do to make your dreams come true. Here are ten of the world’s most famous interior designers who are now successful and their most important works:
8. Michael S. Smith
Is an American interior designer and his headquarters are in Los Angeles. As each artist is known for something in particular, this time Smith is known as the one responsible for the interior designing of the White House ever since 2008, which is actually illustrative for the American style. The White House is iconic for the average American citizen, so you can only guess the value of the person chosen to decorate it.Of course, there are a lot of other projects that show his taste in interior design, like thisTower Grove project for example.
The interior of this house shows tradition, even if American tradition is a lot younger than European one. However, you feel the family and welcome air of the rooms and you feel “at home” immediately. Everything is nice and comfortable and stylish at the same time. The dining room is centered on a long and solid wooden dining table with beautifully sculpted chairs. There is a cabinet nearby displaying the old family porcelain inherited from generation to generation (or at least we are lead to think that), a beautiful chandelier and wallpaper with floral designs.
The rooms are open and there are very few doors to close and disrupt the beautiful scenery. You just pass from one room to another and do not see a visible difference in style. Big original painting hang over comfy sofas and there are plants everywhere. It is important to show your communion with nature as a true family person and tradition keeper. Of course there is a somptuous bedroom and a nice study or living room where you are surrounded by books and coffee tables. But the entire design of this mansion is out of time. You could never guess if you are inside a museum or a twenty first century home. It is like you have returned to the times when rich landlords were trend setters and the supreme power on the land. It shows family and power, comfort and American culture, the values that we all appreciate.