Designer Collections introduces you to John Willey
Meet a top interior designer, learn about his unique design style and see what art top picks he loves.
John Willey, an Illinois native, studied interior design at the Academy of design in Chicago. After more than a decade of working with some of Chicago and New York’s top designers and architects, Willey founded Willey Design LLC, the Manhattan-based interiors firm, in 2006. Since then, Willey Design has gained prominence due to its thoughtful, refined approach in expressing clients’ points of view with provocative and luxurious results. Willey Design is consistently praised for delivering stunning living environments to fit clients’ individual needs.
Experienced in all phases of interior architecture services, Willey Design’s emphasis is on clear and logical architectural solutions to improve and enhance the interior surroundings. Furnishings are an unexpected mix of classic and modern, suffused with bold colors and proportions to bring an elegant blend of sophistication and irreverence to their interiors. Comfort and function are essential components, with practical details carefully observed and orchestrated. Every project is a true collaboration with the client’s tastes, needs, and budget firmly in mind. Willey Design’s passion and experience is evident in their striking results: smart, polished, graceful, and relaxed.
ABOUT WILLEY DESIGN
Willey Design has been published internationally and featured in House Beautiful, Veranda, New York Spaces, and the inaugural issue of The New York Observer Magazine. John Willey has appeared on Martha Stewart Living Radio on the Sirius Satellite Radio Network, and was awarded the International Furnishings & Design Association (IFDA) 2009 Rising Star of Interior Design award.
John's "TOP 10" Picks to buy now!
Avery McCarthy, There are No Stars Here XVIII. 40" x 40", Photography
James Kennedy, Redhoist. 39" x 39", Mixed Media
Ysabel LeMay, Living Out Loud. 48" x 89", Photography
Ramon Grosos, Loft 01. 31" x 31", Oil on Canvas
Jenni Crain, Fort of Fabrication 1. 60" x 42", Oil on Canvas
Azadeh Ghotbi, Taking Shape 25. 60" x 48", Acrylic on Canvas
Alexander Charriol, The Ladies Devil's Club. 60" x 48", Mixed Media
Jade Doskow, Chicago 1933 World's Fair. 30" x 36", Photography
Matthew Satz, Untitled Smoke (White), 2009. 40" x 40", Oil on Canvas
Sharon Dowell, Mill Cultivation Series 1. 18" x 36", Acylic on Canvas