For modern matter
Infused with a cultural and historical soul, Young Huh's collection for Modern Matter melds both classic and modern principles. From curling snakes and evil eyes to references to the botanical world, the collections are rooted in global influences, luxurious materials, and a balance between past and present.
Huh's Jeweled Enchantress and Across the Pond convey worldly sophistication to grant environments with a sense of wonder that echoes works of art.
by Young Huh
Influenced by the connection between culture, history, and art, Jeweled Enchantress celebrates sumptuous forms and classical proportions. Inspired by artifacts from the silk road: cameo rings with carnelian carvings, ancient coins, old doors, and the like, the collection features powerful motifs and evokes a strong sense of awe.
Across the Pond
by Young Huh
A spirited homage to the botanical world, Across the Pond speaks to intricate design and combines organic elements with a clean, modern aesthetic. The handcrafted collection features delicate details with graceful curves that evoke whimsical sophistication.
Get to Know Young Huh
Young Huh Interior Design is a full-service design firm specializing in residential and commercial interiors. A Detroit native, Young attended the Cranbrook School, received a degree in English from Smith College and a law degree from Fordham University. While pursuing further education and an internship in interior design, Young discovered her true calling and founded her eponymous New York City-based design firm in 2007.
Resetting the design narrative for each project, YHID’s work is about finding harmony and dynamism through the application of classic and modern design principles. Thoughtful architectural details provide the groundwork for warm and welcoming interiors, each animated by sophisticated surface treatments, a singular play of pattern and color, and a touch of wanderlust.
Named to the 2023 AD100 and included in Elle Decor’s A-List for the last four years, Young Huh has been nominated for the most prestigious awards. She was named one of Vogue’s five interior designers on the rise, included as a finalist in the Andrew Martin Design Review Volumes 24 and 25 and, in 2011, she won the Connecticut Cottages & Gardens Innovation in Design Award. Her work can be seen in the pages of Architectural Digest, Domino, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Interior Design, Luxe, The New York Times, Real Simple, The Wall Street Journal, etc.