Design Trends in USA to Inspire You  The land of the stars  is a paramount source of inspiration for – design trends – as well as leading ideas that reign the industry at the moment.

Are you ready for this trip around America? Of course we have to start with California.


Michael Smith

Michael Smith studied interior design at the  Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. He opened his firm in 1990, and ever since then has expanded his projects from private clients work to his Jasper line of fine furniture and fabrics.

Smith’s is great setting design trends and you could say that his style is a seamless blend of European classicism and American modernism. The most import thing to Michael when he starts a project is the history of the house and the personality of the people living there also. He really aims to create a place that isn’t just a house, but an actual extension, of the place, its heritage as well as the people who live there.

Jonathan Adler

Jonathan Adler is a New York-based interior designer that first launched his brand after leaving his day job to pursue his biggest love – pottery. Jonathan’s biggest aim was to design pieces that help anyone building a flawlessly chic home. This led to more and more, and today you can find a huge variety of beautiful design trends (that still shape the industry) all created by him.

A great example is the Now House designed by Adler which features a stylish array of furniture, rugs, bedding, artwork, and decor pieces that are complete sell outs on Amazon!



Nate Berkus

Interior designer, author, TV host, and television personality – this is all that defines Nate Berkus. This renowned American interior designer manages his Chicago interior design company ‘Nate Berkus Associates’; has released numerous lines of products, authored several books, and helped lots of avid decor lovers into the do’s and don’t’s of interior design trends.

His timeless style is one of the most distinctive trademarks in his work, not only that, but every project he embraces is one where he really tries to not just “decorate”, but to actually tell a story. Why? Every space or product needs to tell a story in order for us to be able to connect with it.

Marmol Radziner 

Are you a ‘modern architectural restoration’ lover? Then, Marmol Radziner has the best design trends for you.

Where should you be looking at? The company got recognition for its award-winning historic restoration of Richard Neutra’s 1946 Kaufmann House in Palm Springs. Additional among their works are restorations of works by Cliff May, Rudolph Schindler, and John Lautner.

Marmol Radziner currently counts with over 170 employees throughout their offices and shops. At the moment they create projects that connect them with the surrounding environments, and that takes a warm, textured approach to modernism that is elegant but also timeless.

Ralph Pucci

What began as a family business in the 1950s fabricating mannequins has grown to a gallery and showroom regarded as one of the best in the world. Ralph Pucci is now spread all over Miami and Los Angeles where his galleries can be visited.

In the world of contemporary interior design, Ralph Pucci is the one who can undoubtedly create design trends rather than just following them. His showroom is always irreverent and filled with unique originality that helps to shape contemporary interior design styles as well as design trends. How does this happen? It is through is showroom that he showcases new furniture designers, putting them on the map through the years.