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Matthew Patrick Smyth, Inc.

136 E. 57th St., nr. Lexington Ave., Ste. 901; 212-333-5353;

Smyth works in a traditional style for clients who like their rooms done down to the last detail. This serious approach is leavened with unusual, witty touches of color and the thoughtful addition of eclectic objects.

McMillen Inc.

155 E. 56th St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-753-5600;

Designer Ann Pyne leads this legendary firm, the last bastion of old-money taste since Parish-Hadley closed its doors. Projects range from a traditional penthouse on Fifth Avenue to a more modern French-influenced one-bedroom apartment.

Meg Sharpe Interior Designs

54 W. 21st St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 905; 212-859-2800;

If you felt at home when you dined at the Lion, it’s thanks to this savvy up-and-comer. Her designs often utilize more masculine materials, such as unfinished woods and concrete.

Miles Redd LLC

77 Bleecker St., nr. Broadway, Ste. C111; 212-674-0902;

Known for exuberant color, Redd has electrified kitchens with peridot paint and patterned floors with the three-tone marble favored by the late architect Edwin Lutyens. Redd’s taste in furniture is bold and luxurious, worthy of Cecil Beaton.

Milly de Cabrol

227 Waverly Pl., nr. 11th St., Ste. 4E; 212-717-9317;

De Cabrol manages to make rooms look well lived-in, with comfortable antiques, eclectic flea-market finds, rich colors, and inviting nooks to curl up in. She regularly travels the world to find rare pieces.

Mr Call Designs

110 E. 25th St., nr. Park Ave.; 646-233-2741;

Seattle native Jon Call is the man for those looking to design the ultimate bachelor pad. He combines classic American style with a refined masculine edge, incorporating everything from Federal-era pieces to mid-century-modern furnishings.

Muriel Brandolini

167 E. 80th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 646-233-2741;

A self-described color freak, Brandolini employs many patterns in her haute-­bohemian glamour. The design maven has never created two rooms alike.

Olasky & Sinsteden

247 E. 60th St., nr. Second Ave., second fl.; 212-352-1917;

The globe-trotting Catherine Olasky and Maximilian Sinsteden take an old-school, detail-oriented approach to design. The duo recently overhauled a 16th-century Guernsey farmhouse, for which they reframed more than 100 paintings, redid the linens and stationery, and made custom mahogany hangers for the closets.

Pamplemousse Design, Inc.

54 E. 64th St., nr. Park Ave.; 917-494-9479;

Delphine Krakoff, wife of fashion designer Reed Krakoff, has an uncanny way of making mansions feel cozy and townhomes vast. She has a luxurious style that yields brilliant room arrangements.

Patrick Mele

125 E. 69th St., nr. Lexington Ave., Ste. 4R; 203-550-2264;

Mele’s background as a retail designer for shops like Kate Spade underpins his residential work. Vivid color choices, particularly bold black and white combos, enliven rooms.

Philip Gorrivan Design

333 Park Ave. S., nr. 25th St., Ste. 4A; 917-449-4677;

Gorrivan creates lively, enticing interiors that blend the classic with unexpected elements. He layers strong colors and prints—whether on wallpaper or upholstery—with earthy tones to balance his rooms.

Pierce Allen

80 Eighth Ave., at 14th St., Ste. 1602; 212-627-5440;

Architect Michael Pierce and interior designer DD Allen work together on projects that conjure both luxury and simplicity. They love to scavenge, seeking textiles as varied as burlap and silk, and revel in beautiful custom work.


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