16 New Jersey Interior Designers to Know From the AD PRO Directory

The New Jersey interior designers on the AD PRO Directory add beauty to the Garden State one home at a time. From Cape May beach houses to Hoboken brownstones, these talents bring their signature styles to discerning clients in New Jersey and beyond. These AD-approved designers specialize in everything from historic homes to home gyms, and whether your aesthetic leans traditional, coastal, contemporary, or modern farmhouse, there’s a talent on this list who can create a space that perfectly suits your style. Read on to meet 16 New Jersey interior designers you need to consider for your next redesign or renovation.

Designer Eric Lysdahl brought in references to the English Regency era and the Royal Pavilion at Brighton for the design of a New York City dining room. Lysdahl incorporated Gracie wallpaper, Lalique sconces, and a vintage 1930s silver-leafed palm chandelier to add to the glamour.

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European elegance meets metropolitan modernity in the work of New Jersey interior designer Eric Lysdahl. The Tewksbury-based talent trained under design icons, including Bunny Williams and Lady Henrietta Spencer Churchill, before starting his luxury residential firm. Lysdahl’s well-appointed spaces draw on his deep knowledge of design history and antiques, and he expertly balances past and present by incorporating contemporary elements. The firm has completed projects along the East Coast, as well as in the Caribbean and Europe.

A sunny yellow ceiling energizes a dining room in a waterfront condo in Weehawken designed by Halden Interiors.

Individuality is at the heart of Halden Interiors’ vivid designs. From monogrammed pool tables to striking art collections, personal details are infused throughout the work of creative director Kesha Franklin and her team. Based in Montclair, Halden Interiors brings its energetic style to residential and hospitality projects across the country. The firm’s clientele includes celebrities and sports stars, who rely on Franklin’s expert eye and ability to create memorable spaces.