Kyle Schuneman is one of the most talked about interior designers around. With multiple product lines, his popular design book, and frequent television appearances it’s no surprise why. Kyle is spreading his mantra that beautiful living doesn’t have to be expensive or expansive. And he’s igniting a movement.
Kyle released his design book, "The First Apartment Book: Cool Design for Small Spaces" (Clarkson Potter) in 2012 and wrote the subsequent syndicated column, "The Apt. Life" for the Los Angeles Times, inspiring legions of budding DIY-ers across the nation to realize their inner interior design skills. His successful home décor line, Studio 3B by Kyle Schuneman, was exclusively sold in stores and online at Bed Bath and Beyond. And his upholstery line, Kyle Schuneman for Apt2B, is on its fourth collection, bringing affordable, colorful, and modern furniture to people everywhere.
Based in both Chicago and Los Angeles, Kyle’s work has been featured in Esquire, Dwell, Cosmopolitan, This Old House, Redbook, Sunset, L'Uomo Vogue, The Chicago Tribune, CA Home + Design, Angeleno Interiors, and Real Simple. With a natural comfort in front of the camera, Kyle has also reached large TV audiences, appearing on Fox’s “The Real,” CBS' "The Talk,” and Fox News’ “Fox and Friends”. And, he frequently lends his style advice to on-air segments for NBC, HGTV and TBS. His television work also consists of art directing various shows including the Emmy-winning Food Network series, "Giada At Home".
Kyle's company, Kyle Schuneman Designs, is a threefold venture consisting of interior design, art direction and prop styling. His colorful, classic style is seen in advertising campaigns everywhere for clients such as Target, Apple, CB2, and Martha Stewart.