1920s – Los Angeles Interior Designers make their debut on the world stage with Spanish Colonial Revival interiors that still impress today.


1920 Spanish Colonial RevivalInterior Architecture by A.F. Leicht


1930s – A nation in depression looks to  Hollywood set design for escape by glamour. Thanks to the Los Angeles Interior Designer, elaborate  Art Deco style soon dominates interiors around the globe.


1930 Art-DecoOviatt Building by Walker and Eisner



1940s-  Hollywood Regency’s premier reign  is introduced by Los Angeles Interior Designers.  Fifty years later  Kelly Wearstler, Mary McDonald and Woodsen Rummerfield (all Los Angeles Interior Designers) lead the second wave.


1940s Hollywood Regency Schonlaw-Entry-Beverly Hills by Mary Burns


1950s – Case study homes by Los Angeles Interior designers, Mid Century design is born.




1950 Mid Century Entenza Residence by Charles Eames

1960s Modernism features bold colors, graphics and shapes pushed to the limit by Los Angeles Interior Designers.


1960 John Lautner Chemosphere Residence


1970s Unfortunately Los Angeles Interior Designers will have to take responsibility for this decade too.


1970 Post Modernism Brady Bunch House

1980s   Los Angeles Interior Designer Rachel Ashwell’s Shabby Chic Style convinced the world to fall in love with romantic flea market finds and white slip covers.


1980 Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic


1990s  California Casual style makes its way into interiors from Malibu to Madrid thanks to Los Angeles Interior Designer Tom Kreiss.

1990 Tom Kreiss



2000s  Luxury Green style steals the scene, a movement led by eco-conscious Los Angeles Interior Designers.

Hollywood Hills project by Lori Dennis


2010 North African Bazaar Style by Los Angeles Interior Designers Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Nathan Turner penetrate so deeply that even mass retailer West Elm couldn’t resist.

African Bazzar by Martyn Lawrence Bullard