Hagan began designing interiors in 1985, founded Victoria Hagan Interiors in 1991 and established Victoria Hagan Home, a line of furniture, fabrics and accessories, in 2002.
Her design philosophy is “keep it simple”, “keep it comfortable”, “keep it interesting” but most important “keep it fun”. She keeps interiors very clean with a neutral palette and isn’t drawn to any period or style but rather goes for versitility in a room. Her interiors look very relaxed and stylish at the same time.
Love the pop of red, dark wood with the clean crisp white. You get a taste of old with the new. Victoria's interiors are both masculine and feminine.
Designed by Victoria Hagan
Victoria’s style reminds me so much of Darryl Carter’s style, below, I love both. They both use a mix of the traditional and modern, the old and the new with clean lines.
Designed by Darryl Carter, pictures via Elle Decor
Designed by Darryl Carter, Washington DC Row House, photo Simon Upton
Darryl Carter used masculine looking leather-covered doors as a headboard, above. While Victoria designed a feminine leather screen, below, for her home collection here.
The Carroll leather screen by Victoria Hagan
Victoria's furniture collection it's so stylish and clean and fits beautifully in today's interiors.
The James footstool designed by Victoria Hagan
The Wainscott chair from her home collection