Interior designer Miles Redd got his start working as an assistant to decorator Bunny Williams, and using his own East Village shoe box and friends' apartments as canvases for developing his own particular brand of cozy glamour. In 1998, he opened his own design office in NoHo, creating comfortable, elegant interiors to suit his clients' personalities, opting a practical approach to traditional formality. Ten years later, he's built a diverse portfolio ranging from a Miami Beach condominium to a farmhouse in the South of France, and has been featured in New York, Vogue, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, House & Garden, W, and Country Life, and was an influence to the bright young mind of Nick Olsen. In 2003, Redd made his foray into the world of retail, when he was named creative director of Oscar de la Renta Home. Check out the gallery below to see some of his work.