Recently featured in W and Town & Country as part of a new guard of up-and-coming interior designers, Los Angeles based Natasha Baradaran is fast on the rise and working on projects worldwide.
Inspired by the richness of her diverse cultural background, from Southern California to Italy, as well as her Persian lineage, Baradaranʼs point of view fuses classical, European design traditions with the exoticism of Middle Eastern arts, seasoned with the laid back luxury synonymous with SoCal living. With a goal of creatingartistic, elegant spaces that remain livable, Natasha relishes opportunities to mix the “old with the new” and frequently injects unique pieces in unexpected ways. She passionately believes that every residential space should reflect the clientʼs lifetime of experiences; rather than that of the interior designer and mines her client’s homes to find pieces that reflect their signature style.
Her international portfolio is varied and includes historical preservation projects in Lake Como and London, and new construction residences in Dubai and Milan.
Baradaran’s most recent regional projects include the design of a celebrity home in Pacific Palisades, the design of an oceanfront, contemporary estate in Montecito, new construction of a contemporary Hollywood Hills home for an entertainment mogul, the interior architectural design of a luxury condominium complex in Los Angeles and the design of beachfront offices for a private equity firm in Santa Monica.
2013 will see Baradaranʼs foray into product design, as she premiers a capsule line of furniture inspired by a lifelong passion for the craft of jewelry making. Creating forms that take cues from the vocabulary of fine jewelry making, Baradaran is excited to complement her brand’svision for artistic, stylish and integrally created designs with this premier furniture collection.
Baradaran resides in Beverly Hills with her husband, a real estate attorney, and two young daughters. They continue to maintain a summer home in Italy, where she enjoys traveling with her family as well as visiting her favorite antique stores.