In lieu of the up and coming holidays, we challenged 5 designers to compete in our Home for the Holiday Design Challenge. Each designer will have free range to create one holiday inspired table lamp. We let the designers loose with the stunning Kichler Annaleigh and the gorgeous Feiss Modello. May the best one win!
Kelly is a lover of all things pretty. Her style is “classic with a twist” and she has a natural ability to add pops of colors or patterns to spruce a design up. We’re a big fan of how she combines style and décor in her “Wear This Room” features, and we greatly appreciate her “Objects of Affection”. Kelly is the type of best friend everyone covets and vies for. Where else are you going to find a girl who’ll go to brunch with you and then match your bedroom to your outfit?
Angela is an interior stylist with an eye for design and is currently residing in Dallas, Texas. Her unique sense of décor style has gotten her featured on a multitude of reputable design sites such as I.O. Metro and Houzz- where she is a contributing writer and photographer. Being an avid traveler has not only worked to further her love of design, but it has also helped her hone in on a style that’s all her own as well as a reflection of her work motto: “sophisticated simplicity”.
Camila is an interior stylist living and designing in New York. Her effortless style leads us to believe that she was born with a pair of fabric swatches in her hand. Her natural knack of pairing bright colors with bold patterns makes her a fierce force to be reckoned with. Camila’s “can-do” attitude coupled with her belief that good design doesn’t have to cost a fortune makes her a designer that people can relate to.
Originally from Indiana, but currently living in Atlanta, Erin is the founder of the Atlanta Home & DIY Bloggers group. While her blog is focused on frugal finds and cheap DIY projects, we think that what really makes Erin stand out is the fact that she’s not a designer! The fact that she doesn’t come from a design background makes her relatable because, let’s face it, we’re not all designers either. Erin’s blog teaches you that the most important part of design is about what you like and what you can accomplish.
Carrie is a writer, designer, and blogger currently living in Virginia. Her background in studio art and art history gives this girl some awesome design credit. Carrie’s ability to breathe new life into everyday objects is uncanny. She’s not an “out with the old, in with the new” kind of designer. Instead, she takes the old and revives it, making a person see the beauty and untapped potential that was there all along. Carrie has been recognized in big name magazines such as Better Homes and Gardens and HGTV Magazine.
Add holiday cheer to your home's exterior with festive outdoor lighting.