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Which NEW TRAD DESIGNER matches YOUR style?

Traditional Home editors have once again named the year’s 10 up-and-coming designers.
Vote for the designer whose style you like best and you’ll be entered for a chance to WIN $1,000! Browse the profiles for each New Trad designer below and vote for your favorite. The most votes will win $2,000* worth of Hunter Douglas window treatments for use in their next design project... And you could win $1,000! The more you vote, the better your chance to win.

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CLEAN-LINED MODERNITY
Working alongside his grandfather and father—who built furniture and houses—Timothy Brown learned early how to make things look good and work well. He earned a degree in urban planning at the Univ. of Tennessee School of Architecture & Design, before heading to NYC. There his style—modern and edited, yet warm—was further developed working with Victoria Hagan and Robert Stilin.
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TROPICAL ELEGANCE
Great architecture; Hispanic and “Old Florida” roots; multiculturalism; and the color, vibrancy, and hip edge of Miami—all contribute to Maggie’s signature look: tropical elegance that can also go casual. After earning a journalism degree and enduring a stint in an ad agency cubicle, this Miami native and Cuban American studied her true love, design, at Miami Dade College.
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VINTAGE/MODERN CHIC
Growing up in New England, Jill got her start in interior design rearranging her mother’s furniture. After graduating from L.A.’s Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising she moved to Boston to start Picket Fence Interior Design in 2001. There, she worked with homeowners to weave together beguiling interiors in a mix of traditional, country, modern, and vintage styles.
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APPROACHABLE GLAMOUR
Brother and sister Chad and Christina traveled the world and studied under design greats before returning to their beloved native New Orleans to open Graci Interiors in 2009. Chad is a New York School of Interior Design alum who worked with David Easton. Christina and Chad’s collaboration results in a look that is rich and collected.
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SOUTHERN COMFORT
A Birmingham, Alabama, native and a graduate of the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art, she moved to Nashville in 2008. In 2009, having noticed a need for interior design in the cool, comfortable way young Nashvillians want to live, she opened her own firm and now creates interiors that make her clients' friends tell them, "Man, this is just so you."
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FABULOUS FUNCTIONALITY
A fan of fewer items with better quality, she is known for designing homes that have remarkable staying power because they are beautiful, well-edited, and worry-free. As a mother of three, Kriste’s San Francisco design firm is attuned to the needs of families, making their homes indestructible by kids, dogs, and traffic—with open floor plans that provide for connection and privacy.
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TEXTURAL PLEASURE
Whether for a Tennessee farmhouse or a Manhattan brownstone, Cortney’s designs are often inspired by a single piece, be it a contemporary painting or an antique rug. After a decade at the Knoxville, Tennessee, design firm Barlow and Bishop, she launched Cortney Bishop Design in Charlotte in 2008. She often layers textures in a style she calls New Southern.
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AMERICAN SOPHISTICATION
Ryan’s style is as understated, clean, and sophisticated as the clothes he once modeled while living in NYC. After he moved to LA to focus on acting, friends asked him to use his keen eye to help them design their homes. He opened Ryan White Designs in 2012 where he mixes high and low styles with custom-designed furniture and one-of-a-kind finds.
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HOME AS AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Jenny’s schooling in furnishings, antiques, and all things beautiful took place as a member of a family of furniture retailers. She studied design at Parsons, and her work in visual merchandising and shop installations for Ralph Lauren further burnished her aesthetic. It’s her belief that a home should tell the story of its owners’ lives, showcasing the things they love and have collected over time.
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PRACTICAL MAGIC
After studying journalism and working in sales, Dana was approached by friends who wanted help renovating. First a hobby and then a career resulted, with Dana Wolter Interiors opening 
in Birmingham, Alabama, in 2005. She creates "real homes for real people"—blending comfort and elegance through layering textures, making the most of light, and combining modern, antique, and classic elements.
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