Interior designer David Netto founded his small residential decoration and architectural design shop, David Netto Design, in 2000 and has since become a force to reckon with in the interior design world. Wanting to transition from the service industry to manufacturing around the time he was shopping for a crib for his daughter, Netto developed a line of stylish modern baby furniture, NettoCollection, which has been snatched up by high design boutiques all over the US and opened its own storefront in 2005.
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Netto's design firm continues to be a success; he's been featured in nearly every design and shelter book you can name, including Vogue, ELLE Decor, House Beautiful, W, Domino, House & Garden, New York, Dwell, etc., and he has collaborated with Domino on its Design Project for women and children living with HIV/AIDS. I can't even begin to describe how much I adore his work . . . it's practical, yet strikingly stylish, full of personality and art, and walks a graceful tightrope between modern and traditional design. See for yourself by checking out a gallery of his work below.
Designer Spotlight: David Netto