A Brief Compendium of my Favorite Steven Gambrel Spaces
In the design world, dedicating a blog post to Steven Gambrel is quotidian. My husband, who has listened to me talk all about Steven Gambrel over the years, says: “If Michael Jordan and Lebron James had a baby, and that baby grew up doing interior design at the level of a basketball player, it would be Steven Gambrel.” He’s just simply one of the best in the field, and if you love design, you surely know his name and work. In 2012, he was honored as one of “today’s greatest talents in Architecture and Design” in Architectural Digest’s “AD 100” issue.
Gambrel’s work is frequently featured in the world’s leading publications, including World of Interiors, AD, Town and Country, House Beautiful, and Elle Décor. He’s designed tile for Waterworks — Grove Brickworks (which we used in a recent Courtney Hill Interiors project). He CO-FOUNDED Dering Hall, what?! (Learning this as I research). He’s designed a custom accessories line with the Lacquer Company. And developed a custom lighting line through my favorite lighting company, Urban Electric.
So most of you reading are probably already very, very well aware of Steven. But I can’t help it. I just adore his work. So I’m sharing a “brief”* compendium of my favorite Gambrel spaces. You can just roll on through and soak in all the goodness, or you can take a pause at each caption and read why it made today’s collection.
*Okay, it’s not that brief. But I tricked you, and now you might as well keep scrolling.