Alexa Hampton is a name that many know in the world of interiors. Many know her from her father, the late Mark Hampton, who was a celebrated and honored designer that created interiors from the likes of President Bush, Sr. to the most architecturally significant homes across the country. Continuing in her father’s legacy, Alexa is fearless in her application of pattern and contrast in her interiors.
Alexa understands that homes need dimension in order for the decor to thrive and subtly stand out. Her materials are luscious and intriguing, without being overly trendy or traditional. She is the perfect mix of eclecticism, yet still timeless in her execution of taste. I love her texture and transitions from space to space and interiors to exteriors. She is a genuine master of her craft, and living legacy of her name.
A true favorite room in the Kips Bay 2012 room designed by Alexa Hampton. So very luxe from the fur throw to the oriental screen. Photo by Jamie Meares
An exterior shot of a home designed by Alexa. Simple, yet effective landscaping.
A romantic and plush room fit for a stately home via The Language of Interior Design.
A dining room of hand painted wallpaper and stylishly chic dining chairs in a New Orleans home. Via The New York Times
Kips Bay 2014 shophouse designed by Hampton is full of bold punches of pattern and prints. Via Quintessence
Smart shelving and clean living. I love when designers use framed pictures against the books.
More shelving and casual neutrality. Such an inviting room via AD.
A blue and white vignette that is simply divine. I love the low placements of the framed mirrors and artwork.
An incredible kitchen of contrast and light.
A serene dining room with the perfect compliments of blue and white pattern and neutrals. I love the artichokes on the dining table!
My idea of perfect. Now if only I could find a way to stay in this room all day…