Kathryn M. Ireland was born in England and she was raised between her parents’ homes in London and Scotland.
Prior to launching her interior design business in the early 90’s, Kathryn was an actress, clothing designer, and filmmaker.
Her fabric line was launched in 1997 and is distributed in her showrooms in Los Angeles and London, as well as selected showrooms around the world. Today she is considered one of the most influential interior and textile designers in the world.
Comfort and relaxation are the main words for Kathryn’s signature style. Her works are very colourful and with a bohemian vibe.
Take a look at Kathryn M Ireland best interior projects and get inspired!
As we can see the top interior designer and million Dollar Decorator star brings the best attributes of grand European style and cool California chic to every project.
The color and the confort is always present on Kathrin’s interiors.
Kathrin’s projects take interior design to another level and her clientele of celebrities and tastemakers include Steve Martin, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and David Mamet.
Barry Dixon’s home in Virginia is one of the book’s highlights and his dark, antiques-filled library is the epitome of charm.
Michael Bruno’s bedroom also featured in the book.
Lady Annabel Goldsmith’s grand Queen Anne house in Richmond, Britain.
“I’d like my legacy wasn’t just about my work but about who I was as a person – that people got to know me through my body of work. I’m not too serious, I’m playful and take certain risks. I don’t take myself too seriously ” said the top interior designer Kathrin M Ireland about her work.
Kathryn is the author of four books, including Timeless Interiors and her signature fabrics are distributed across the United States and her work has been published internationally including features in People magazine, theWall Street Journal, and Architectural Digest among others. Additionally, Kathryn was named as one of the Top 100 Designers USA by House Beautiful magazine and most recently named as one of Elle Décor’s A List designers.