Posts Tagged: interior designers

Jan 15

Young Huh and Mark D. Sikes inspire with Crosspoint

We love featuring designers and their work (if you missed it, read this post to see where three designers took our latest collection). This month we invited Young Huh and Mark D. Sikes, two designers who’s interiors always inspire us, to create design boards with styles of their choice from our new Crosspoint Collection. Their results are an exciting mix of chic, classic, and inventive.

Young Huh
New York, NY -

Young Huh created a theme for an outstanding New York City apartment, with as much modern grace as welcoming touches. Her design is versatile, but makes a bold, elegant statement.

With impeccable attention to detail, Young’s projects are conceived and tailored to fit each client’s personality and needs. Fluent in a wide range of styles from historic to contemporary, Young’s interiors reflect her love of art and artisans, materials and textures. Young Huh Interiors is based New York City and works on projects across the country and abroad. “We constantly strive to bring a global point of view to our work. We love the challenge of incorporating new technologies and products into our designs and discovering those craftsmen who bring their unique skills to each project.”

View Young’s Room Design >


Mark D. Sikes
West Hollywood, CA -

Mark Sikes’ pulled from a stunning sunroom that he had already brought to life in a recent project. In a classic American style with unexpected touches, Mark’s design is timeless while remaining warm and functional.

Mark’s ability to seamlessly blend All-American classic style with both modern and European sensibilities has earned him immediate attention in the design community. He has developed a talent for creating spaces that perfectly balance beauty and function. Building on his success, Mark is currently working on multiple interior design projects throughout the U.S., including homes in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, Montecito, Palm Springs, and Nashville.

View Mark’s room design>