Designer Spotlight :: Inspiring Interiors by Mark D. Sikes

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During his tenure working in visual merchandising and marketing Mark D. Sikes developed a talent for creating spaces that perfectly balance beauty and function. Building on two decades of success, Mark decided to start his own company and use his talent for creating exceptional environments into a career in interior design.Mark’s ability to seamlessly blend All-American, classic and timeless interiors with both modern and European sensibilities has earned him immediate attention in the design community. Here’s a look at some of his work.

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

House Beautiful HD #42 1108_AN_HouseBeautiful

09 Hollywood Hills No.2 10 Hollywood Hills No.2 11 Hollywood Hills No.2 12 Hollywood Hills No.2 13 Hollywood Hills No.2 14 Legends of La Cienega 2013 15 Legends of La Cienega 2014 16 Legends of La Cienega 2014 17 Legends of La Cienega 2014 18 Kips Bay Show House 2015 19 Kips Bay Show House 2015 20 Kips Bay Show House 2015

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