The Hollywood Reporter's (THR) inaugural design issue published a list of 25 Los Angeles-based interior designers who have created homes for the likes of Steven Spielberg, Tom Cruise, Ryan Seacrest and the Kardashians. Ten of these designers kicked off the issue with the magazine's first-ever designer showhouse, which opened on Friday.
According to THR, Hollywood’s most influential designers are:
Jeff Andrews (Clients: Ryan Seacrest, Michael C. Hall, Kris and Bruce Jenner, Khloe Kardashian)
Atelier AM (Clients: Tom Cruise, Michael and Jane Eisner)
Joan Behnke (Clients: Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, Ivan Reitman)
Jamie Bush (Client: Nina Jacobson)
Thomas Callaway (Clients: Warner Bros. TV president Peter Roth, Chris Silbermann)
Tim Clarke (Clients: Ben Stiller, Matthew Perry, producer Mark Gordon)
Kathleen and Tommy Clements (Clients: Declined to name)
Commune Design (Clients: producer Jamie Tarses, producer-songwriter Dr. Luke)
Peter Dunham (Clients: Jessica Biel, Jennifer Garner, Juicy Couture’s Pamela Levy)
Waldo Fernandez (Clients: Darren Star, Lenny Kravitz)
Cliff Fong (Clients: Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, Ryan Murphy)
Trip Haenisch (Clients: Courteney Cox, Hank Azaria, WME co-CEO Patrick Whitesell)
Jane Hallworth (Clients: Michelle Williams, Kirsten Dunst)
Kathryn M. Ireland (Clients: Steve Martin, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Robert Zemeckis)
Molly Isaksen (Clients: Ron and Kelly Meyer, Kate Capshaw and Steven Spielberg)
Nickey Kehoe (Clients: Ginnifer Goodwin, Mark Ruffalo, producer Alli Shearmur)
Martyn Lawrence Bullard (Clients: Elton John, Cher, Christina Aguilera, Eva Mendes)
Molly Luetkemeyer (Clients: Julie Bowen, Jason Blum, Plan B’s Dede Gardner)
Mary McDonald (Clients: NBC’s Jennifer Salke, Renee Zellweger)
Marmol Radziner (Clients: Tom Ford, Demi Moore, Adam Sandler, Anthony Kiedis)
David Phoenix (Clients: Maria Shriver; Richard Riordan)
Michael S. Smith (Clients: Rupert Murdoch, Cindy Crawford, Kevin Huvane)
Madeline Stuart (Clients: Larry David, Gary and Jeanne Newman, Gary Ross)
Kelly Wearstler (Clients: Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, Cameron Diaz)
Richard Hallberg and Barbara Wiseley (Client: Avi and Joyce Arad)
Kathryn Ireland's showhouse room
The premiere issue's feature story is the home of television writer Ryan Murphy— first owned by Diane Keaton—which was his inspiration for the TV show “The New Normal.” He copied Keaton’s Spanish style interiors and the set of the show is almost an exact replica of his home.
The issue also features two of film’s high-powered producers: Nina Jacobson, shepherd of the Hunger Games movies, and Spider-Man franchise mogul Avi Arad.
Waldo Fernandez's showhouse room
THR’s Nov. 2 “Hollywood at Home” issue is now on stands and the Design Hollywood showhouse will be open to the public through Nov. 18.
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