Virginia Tupker is an interior designer catering to high-end residential and commercial projects all over the world. Virginia's background as a magazine editor, covering the home markets and styling for House & Garden, Vogue and Vogue Living, for over a decade, coupled with her European upbringing, gives her a unique approach to interiors. Virginia grew up in London, right off the King’s Road in the heart of Chelsea, and so from a young age was exposed to the pulse of both fashion and design. Drawing on extremely wide-ranging inspirations, from the work of the late Renzo Mongiardino, to the Bloomsbury Group, the architect Le Corbusier or the furniture designer Jean Royère, Virginia has crafted interiors for a wide array of venues. Whether decorating a West Village penthouse, a rural carriage house in Bedford NY, a Hamptons estate, or the office headquarters for a contemporary shoe designer, Virginia likes to work closely with each client to guide their innate style, achieving striking results and creating interior spaces that serve as a portrait of their inhabitants. She is known for her passion for beautiful textiles, her sophisticated color sense and her trained editor’s eye. Virginia's first project, a brownstone in Chelsea was published in Vogue in January 2012 and she was included in Elle Décor’s “Design’s Next Generation” Issues in both 2016 and 2017. In 2020 she was included in Architectural Digest's AD 100 List and in 2019 she was included in Elle Decor's A- List. Recipient of the D&D Building's 2017 Stars of Design - "Stars on the Rise" Award. She resides in Connecticut with her family.