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Award-winning interior designer Chris Barrett to appear at Design West Las Vegas

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Interior designer Chris Barrett has been set as a panelist at Design West in Las Vegas on Sunday, January 23 from 4:00 pm-5:00 pm. The panel brings together five award-winning, West-coast based designers in discussion about the future of design, sustainability and new opportunities. Other designers on the panel include Angelo Surmelis, Lori Dennis, Courtney Porter, Brian Paquette, and Breegan Jane.

Barrett belongs to that rare breed of designer who creates spaces that mirror the spirit of every client while grounded in her unmistakable brand of fresh, understated elegance.

Barrett finds her roots deep in the California dream: natural Mediterranean light, spaces that morph easily between indoor and outdoor living, and refined palettes electrified by the occasional jolt of strong color.
Her knack for making a space effortlessly stylish, yet comfortable has landed her a coveted spot on many an A-lister’s speed-dial, who often call upon her for multiple projects. Her clients include Mitt Romney, Sean Hayes, “Star Wars” co-writer Lawrence and Meg Kasdan, and James (creator of “Cheers”) and Debbie Burrows.

Her upcoming projects include a Spanish Colonial house in La Jolla, as well a new Hamptons-style home for long-time client John Stamos.

Homes she has created include a rustic horse farm in Florida, a modern home in Manhattan Beach, a sleek Manhattan apartment, an estate in Beverly Hills, a stately Tudor in Hancock Park, and a breezy villa in Cabo San Lucas.
Barrett also helms a wool and indoor-outdoor rug collection for Mansour Modern. She has created a textile line that she has since sold to Theo Décor. She’ll continue to design for Theo Decor under the Chris Barrett for Theo Décor banner.

The work of Chris Barrett Design has been featured in the pages of the industry’s most influential publications, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Milieu Magazine, and House Beautiful. Editors and clients alike remark on her ability to bring her singular vision – “I don’t do heavy” being her mantra – to an eclectic array of periods and regional styles.
Barrett’s refreshing, optimistic approach has never been more relevant. Homing, nesting and cocooning are top-of-mind in a time when travel and social life are curtailed. People everywhere feel the desire to re-imagine their space as they reinvent themselves.

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