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Episode 526: William McIntosh


Tailored, modern and elegant; rough, sleek and bold — the interiors by William McIntosh are individually conceived and meticulously crafted. His unique architectural and decorative solutions are beautifully detailed and executed, with each project emphasizing the integration of architecture and interior design . His work is at once familiar but also reveals surprises and new interpretations, embracing both the period and the modern. Each project is imbued with an underlying  storyline or narrative , rooted in the intention of creating a sense of place, and an emotional memory of connection.


Born in upstate New York, William McIntosh studied Interior Design at Pratt Institute in New York. After which he worked for the noted Interior Design firms of Timothy MacDonald Incorporated and Bray-Schaible Design. He established his namesake firm in 1990 and has completed over 100 projects throughout the New York area , North Carolina , Florida , St, Barths , China , and Morocco.


He has participated in the prestigious Kips Bay Designer Showhouse, the New Jersey Design by the Shore Designer Showhouse and has spoken at the Architectural Digest Home Show as well as the “Designer Series” talks held at the D&D Building. William McIntosh Design has been named one of the Top 50 Interior Designers by New York Spaces Magazine for three years running and has been featured extensively in publications including Elle Décor, Interior Design, Traditional Home, New York Spaces, Palm Springs Cottages & Gardens, and Aspire Magazine.


With a team of dedicated professionals, Architects, Designers, Artists, and Craftsmen, McIntosh continues to produce the thoughtful, intelligent and personal interiors that have established him among a solid, loyal and growing clientele.

Explore William’s Website here

Add William’s book recommendation, The Elements of Style, to your design library by clicking here

The Elements of Style- A Practical Encyclopedia of Interior Architectural Details from 1485 to the Present


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