With over 20 year of experience and education, The Atlanta designers of Design Theory Interiors has captured the hearts of the clients with their incredible ability to adhere to their client’s goals and desires in a unique way. Offering full services, Design Theory is headed by Jamie Kern who is as Registered Interior Designer. With experience in hospitality and residential design, she has been recognized by the American Society of Interior Designers for her excellent work and her role in a case study titled, “Beginnings of Interior Environment.” Jamie’s work is best described as a unique modern blend. With a team of architects, designers, and CAD designers, Jamie is able to create spaces that her client’s are pleased and in awe of.
As one of our Design Shuffle Top 10 Award winners, today we are bringing you a gallery of Design Theory’s work from here on Design Shuffle. These are some of our favorites and we encourage you to look further into their portfolio to see more! From urban modernism to classic tradition, you are sure to be surprised at every turn.
A blend of mid-century and modern accents are artistically arranged in this room. Our favorite piece is the overhead floor lamp.
Who said you had to sacrifice comfort for style? This beautiful vintage family room was remodeled on an enclosed porch. With a very casual yet stylish feel, the neutrals and soft seating with a hint of orange give this room just the right amount of color.
This guest room is truly an experience. Featuring black and white baroque and mid-century furnishings, this design is just the right amount of eclecticism.
An animal-skin rug is contrasted perfectly with the black chair and ottoman.
Showcasing Design Theory’s ability to design in various styles, we love the blue hues chosen to accompany the wood floor and french doors.
Perfect for entertaining, the basement turned bar is a modern dream.
Transforming the typical glam, this master bedroom is elegantly done with soft lavender and off-white chairs and lighting.
Which style is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below and see more of all of these projects here in the Design Theory portfolio.