Grant K. Gibson’s style was lauded by Elle Decor as “always eclectic, livable and easy on the eyes,” and we couldn’t agree more. Gibson’s core design philosophy is that a home should reflect the personality of those who inhabit it. Considering how much we love his design portfolio, we wouldn’t mind being friends with his clients!
A well-edited kitchen utilizes decor as well as organic materials, fresh flowers and lemons to create pops of yellow that tie the space together without feeling overly decorated.
Key neutral pieces like the chair and rug seen here are a perfect example of the classic design for which Gibson is known.
One of Gibson’s signature talents is using traditional design elements (a regal portrait, secretary, luxe tablecloth) in a way that still feels inviting and relaxed. Below, the color of the year, emerald, makes a strong appearance as the focal point of an eclectic dining room, where Gibson created a unique layered look using colorful accessories.
Although we love his neutral spaces, we’re equally as impressed with Gibson’s ability to create a compelling color-centric space. Here, he mixes several shades of pink resulting in an unusually sophisticated look with depth.
This elegant escape is a perfectly designed in-home getaway, featuring timeless elements such as marble and a Venetian bust.
Gibson himself is an avid chef, so we aren’t surprised that his kitchens receive so much attention. Here, he follows his trend of bringing the outside in with an abundance of fresh florals.