Byron Risdon started his career in New York City working for a number of prominent designers before starting his own firm in Washington, D.C. in 2016. A self-described ‘feeling designer,’ Risdon believes in creating comfortable, livable spaces that are always aesthetically pleasing. Case in point: this apartment’s living room—a true pandemic project for a teacher looking to downsize—where work-from-home versatility meets a modern mix of materials. Here, we round up some sleek finds that nod to his minimalist offerings.
Pyke Mirror / $1,040 / arteriorshome.com
Penguin Lounge Chair by Ib Kofod-Larsen / $1,370 / us.iconsbymenu.com
Mitzie Media Console in Mappa Burl / Price upon request / fourhands.com
Theo Club Stool / Price upon request / verellen.biz
Dume Large Arched Floor Lamp in Aged Iron by Amber Lewis / $999 / visualcomfortco.com
Tourron Fruit Cup in Cerise / $44 / jarsusa.com
Variance Rug by Colin King / From $715 / benirugs.com