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Hot New Talent

Six rising stars on the local design scene

 
Hot New Talent


FRESH FACES (Left to right): Camille Beers, Paul Corrie, Yvette Piaggio, Joe Ireland, Julie Weber and Michelle Miller. Photo by Michael Ventura

There’s no shortage of talented interior designers in the Washington area.

In fact, choosing one designer from the dozens of established professionals working in DC, Maryland and Virginia is no easy task. The choice is getting even harder, we are happy to report, thanks to a crop of young designers who are coming of age in the region. The six individuals featured on the following pages bring a fresh perspective to their work. They can’t be defined by any one look but, like all good designers, successfully articulate their clients’ style. They are experienced enough to have mastered the nuances of color, balance and scale, but are not afraid to break the rules. And they are proof that the future of interior design in our region is bright.

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HOME&DESIGN, published bi-monthly by Homestyles Media Inc., is the premier magazine of architecture and fine interiors for the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia region.

The company also publishes an annual H&D Sourcebook of ideas and resources for homeowners and professionals alike. H&D Chesapeake Views is published bi-annually and showcases fine home design and luxury living in and around the Chesapeake Bay.

The H&D Portfolio of 100 Top Designers spotlights the superior work of selected architects, interior designers and landscape architects in major regions of the US.

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