The popular feature series from REstyleSOURCE is back for Summer 2017, spotlighting a new hand-picked collection of designers that truly represent the “Best of the West.” We hope to see you at the featured event, the Best of the West in Design, taking place on July 31st. Read on for a brief intro to each of the panelists, and don’t forget to catch them at market for even more insight from the experts. We’ll see you in Vegas!
Architectural and interior design photographer Alyssa Rosenheck is known for her inviting, artfully composed, and crisp images. Alyssa travels nationally for the sake of capturing beautiful images and she feels grateful to work in collaboration with her talented clients, who are interior designers, architects, and national shelter magazines. She thrives on capturing the intimate details of a space while emphasizing the artistry of her clients. The root of Alyssa's success is founded on collaboration and an authentic approach to business. Alyssa invests deeply in her clients and is a champion for their businesses, while providing an artful visual currency.
Alyssa Rosenheck is nationally featured in numerous design publications and books, including: Architectural Digest, Domino Magazine, Elle Décor, Rue Magazine, Country Living Magazine, Good House Keeping, Traditional Home, and Better Homes and Gardens.
For over 15 years, Jeni Maus has discovered and collected pieces to give her own home a distinctive character and warmth. In February of 2010, she began offering her unique style to others in her curated collection of furniture and accessories at Found Vintage Rentals. Sourced from disparate locations like the California coast, Texas, the Mid-Atlantic region, Hungary and France, the Found Collection is an ever-evolving, constantly growing combination of both well-loved vintage pieces and reimagined designs. All one-of-a-kind, all picked by hand for their history and charm.
Ever since her days as a little girl building apartment houses in bookshelves for her dolls, Caitlin has loved creating beautiful spaces. In 2008 she started a design blog that would be a link and a springboard to the design community, and her small firm now designs custom homes across the country from their studio in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Caitlin's love for design is found in the eclectic mix of finishes, fabrics and details. Her goal in designing a space is always to balance a certain amount of timeless design with something fresh and fun to punctuate the look. Along with her design team she loves designing livable and beautiful spaces that have a timeless appeal. She will be launching a textile and wallpaper collection later this year and is excited about this new endeavor to create her own signature look.
Utah bred and adopted by L.A. just about 5 years ago, Brady is an interior designer and stylist who currently works full-time as the editorial director at Emily Henderson Design whilst managing his own freelance clients, prop styling, and hopping from flea market to flea market on any given Sunday.
Nicole Davis Interiors believes in designing a home reflective of her clients' needs and lifestyle while incorporating a simple sophistication in each space. Based in Orange County, California, Nicole has extensive training in construction and design. Nicole welcomes projects ranging anywhere from ground up construction to smaller room renovations, where no project is too big or small for Nicole Davis Interiors. Her firm strongly believes in delivering quality interiors that transition houses into homes where wonderful memories are created to last a lifetime.
Mat Sanders is the Co-founder and Creative Director at Consort—a bi-coastal lifestyle brand that provides original and trend-driven interior design services for an A-list clientele, with a cutting-edge classic aesthetic. He first began his interior design career as a stylist in New York City. With a cultivated eye for design, Sanders continued his career in the industry and became the market editor for the internet’s largest design site, Apartment Therapy. In 2014, Sanders launched Consort with Co-founder Brandon Quattrone and split his time between his two entrepreneurial endeavors.
Brandon Quattrone is the Co-founder and Development Director at Consort. He began his professional career at SHoP Architects, where he joined the interiors division in 2010 and contributed to the design of various groundbreaking projects, including the likes of Jay Z’s Barclays Center in Brooklyn and the Shopbop office headquarters in New York City. After moving on from SHoP, Brandon joined the in-house design team at SoulCycle, where he led the West Coast expansion of ten new studios in just three years. He then joined forces with Mat Sanders to launch Consort. Today, Brandon works between NYC and LA while focusing on the continued expansion of Consort to additional cities across the country.