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Top Interior Designers Who Have Worked With Celebrities

Get to know top interior designers who have worked with celebrities!

Celebrities are just as human as anyone, but there is one major aspect of their lives that we all wish we had: they do what they love and build their lifestyle around. For most of us, this sounds like a dream. Their homes are sanctuaries to their well-being and are often designed by astounding interior designers. Get to know a few of them!


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It’s not easy to be an interior designer. One needs to have vision. Interior Design is about much more than creating stunning and comfortable places, it is also about optimizing space and lighting. Essentially, an interior designer needs to create inviting ambiences while also boosting efficiency. There aren’t many top interior designers in the world, but we happen to know a few of them!

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Kathleen Clements

When a popular Hollywood lifestyle magazine named the 25 best interior designers in Los Angeles, Kathleen Clements was pretty much at the top of the list. And that’s how it all began. While Kathleen, who works alongside her son Tommy at Kathleen Clements Design, doesn’t generally discuss her celebrity clientele, her work on the homes of actors Jennifer Aniston and Paul Theroux, as well as the lovely mansion shared by comedienne Ellen DeGeneres and her partner Portia DeRossi, is common knowledge.

Top Interior Designers Who Have Worked With Celebrities
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Kelly Wearstler

Kelly Wearstler’s global luxury lifestyle brand is marked by its distinctive designs and sophisticated soulful character. Wearstler’s signature style juxtaposes raw with refined, melds sophistication and spirited spontaneity, and brings together diverse periods of furniture. Her portfolio includes luxury hotels and grand residences from Beverly Hills to the Caribbean, and throughout the rest of the world, as well as works on the homes of celebrities such as Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale.

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Mary McDonald

Mary McDonald is an award-winning, internationally published Los Angeles-based interior designer, and a star of the Bravo series Million Dollar Decorators. Her bold and inspiring interiors have earned her licensed product lines, including an acclaimed fabric collection for F. Schumacher & Company, lighting for Robert Abbey, rugs for Patterson, Flynn and Martin, and furniture for Chaddock Home. She has worked for Ryan Murphy!

Mary McDonald is an award-winning, internationally published Los Angeles-based interior designer, and a star of the Bravo series Million Dollar Decorators. Her bold and inspiring interiors have earned her licensed product lines, including an acclaimed fabric collection for F. Schumacher & Company, lighting for Robert Abbey, rugs for Patterson, Flynn and Martin, and furniture for Chaddock Home.
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Eric Hughes

He may have switched careers, but the former studio vice president is still playing a vital role in the lives of show business luminaries. New York and Los Angles-based Eric Hughes clients include Sarah Jessica Parker & Matthew Broderick, Andy Cohen, Katie Couric, Hank Azaria, Lauren Graham.

Top Interior Designers Who Have Worked With Celebrities

Jamie Bush

Trained architect Jamie Bush has become a go-to interpreter of modernism revival’s many strands. Whether it’s the sun-drenched primary colors of The Hunger Games producer Nina Jacobson’s glass-dominated 1940s warm minimalist house in Brentwood, pictured here, or a meditation on midcentury Italian at the Beverly Hills ranch house he’s crafting for former Disney Studios chairman Rich Ross, Bush finds himself drawn to the creative adventurism of clients in and around the entertainment industry.

Top Interior Designers Who Have Worked With Celebrities

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