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California Designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano Lands Major Book Deal After Winning International Design Award

California Designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano Lands Major Book Deal After Winning International Design Award

Los Angeles based interior designer Ohara Davies – Gaetano has been the rising star of the design world for three consecutive years, landing the covers of House BeautifulTraditional HomeandLuxe Interiors + Design and garnering major attention with profiles in Architectural DigestVeranda and other national magazines.  She has been named to the “Next Wave” of design by House Beautiful and celebrated by Traditional Homeas a “Rising Star of Design, New Trad Class of 2018.” Her delicate yet complex mix of antiques and contemporary furnishings infuses her work with drama and distinguishes her within the interior design world. 

By 2018, after only a decade in business, Ohara Davies-Gaetano became one of the youngest recipients of the international Andrew Martin Design award – an accolade that is usually reserved for more seasoned designers.Considered the ‘Oscars of the design world’ prestigious past recipients include Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Kit Kemp, Axel Vervoordt, and Jamie Drake. Ohara Davies-Gaetano’s inclusion to that stellar list has proved to be a major turning point in her international visibility. 

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It didn’t take long for the New York publishing community to take notice of Ohara Davies-Gaetano’s award winning work. Within months of receiving the design award, Rizzoli International, the leading publisher of fashion, interior design, art and architecture, offered Ohara Davies-Gaetano a publishing deal. Currently in development, the book will take readers on a journey through Ohara Davies-Gaetano’s fascinating background growing up in Greenwich Villagewith artist parents to living in Mexico and Central America, and studying in London. Readers will take a deep dive into a wide range of work from a sleek, modern house in Los Angeles to an iconic cliffside retreat with Moorish influences and 18th century antiques.

While her firm is California-based, Ohara Davies-Gaetano divides her time between homes in Laguna Beach and Los Angeles, Montana and the Caribbean while her projects take her around the globe.

For those who can’t wait for the book’s release, a visit to Ohara Davies-Gaetano’s website or her Instagram will reveal inspiring and imaginative designs, along with a peek at her fascinating lifestyle and travels.

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