Celebrate the AD100 Designer Class of 2021

The Oscars of the design industry, Architectural Digest’s annual AD100 list recognizes new and established leaders in the A & D space. We look forward to seeing old friends and new faces every December when the list is published. The 2021 class of designers and architects features legends and a debut class of exciting talent. Check out Perennials’ AD100 friends below…

Martyn Lawrence Bullard

A regular on the AD100 list, 2021 marks the 17th year Bullard graces the anticipated January issue. Perennials by Martyn Lawrence Bullard debuted in 2017 and remains a client favorite. Filled with Bullard’s signature Moroccan flair, his collection features classic hues and intriguing patterns.

Vincent Van Duysen

Vincent Van Duysen’s Otti collection for Sutherland Furniture utilizes Perennials Rope. Perennials created this soft durable rope to offer a natural-looking option for Sutherland woven components.

Ken Fulk

Courtesy of ELLE Decor

Interior designer Ken Fulk is know for his richly layered spaces and cinematic aesthetic. Fulk regularly includes Perennials in his designs, including the above living space featuring a deep denim velvet.

Robert Stilin

Hamptons-based designer Robert Stilin is revered for his clean upscale homes that ooze understated sophistication. Above, Stilin lines a palatial pool with Sutherland Peninsula Chaises covered in Perennials cushions.


Lee F. Mindel, a founding partner in architecture and design firm SheltonMindel, creates modern spaces blending architecture, interior design, and landscape. Mindel designed Sutherland Furniture’s Continuous Line collection, which features seamless teak joinery and gorgeous curves.

Many congratulations to the entire 2021 AD100 Class! May 2021 bring many opportunities and even more beautiful design.

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