Rich Designs Best Of

Best of 2013: Interior Design/Home Remodeling

Rich Schell's designs are worldly even if Schell, himself, hasn't trekked the globe all his life. Two taxidermied animal heads hang in Schell's own dining room, and a life-sized 1866 Italian sculpture of John the Baptist, found at an estate sale, sits on a living-room pedestal. Meanwhile, African masks, zebra-hide chairs and Chinese porcelain, items the designer picked up in consignment shops and local stores, have made appearances in some of Schell's clients' homes. "I may have never traveled there, but it's the exotic side of stretching my mind to somewhere I've never been creatively," Schell says. The designer describes his style as "organized clutter" with a touch of travel. — Whitney Bryen

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