Fixr, the definitive resource for home remodeling projects, announces its annual list of the Top 200 Interior Design Influencers-and Marshall Erb makes the cut.
By Taylor Morgan
From new construction to whole house renovation and remodeling, Marshall Erb Design has a reputation for homing in on a client’s aesthetic and taking it to the next level all the while leveraging the best in technology, techniques, and vendor platforms to ensure deadlines are met and the finishes are flawless. The result? Timeless designs that balance both scale and proportion with function and refined comfort.
On the heels of snagging an ASID Illinois award in 2020, Marshall Erb Design’s latest honor is a coveted spot on Fixr’s annual Top 200 Interior Design Influencers in 2021 list. “Inclusion on this list is a testament to the professional achievements of each influencer,” says Cristina Miguélez, industry analyst at Fixr. “In the always-evolving field of interior design, these influencers serve as thought leaders and their efforts deserve recognition.” An exclusive list that underscores excellence and innovation across the design industry, a few of this year’s other standout names include Nate Berkus, Kelly Wearstler, and Alessandra Branca.
“A spot-on Fixr’s Top Interior Design Influencers list validates the fact that Marshall Erb Design is an authority when it comes to creativity and innovation in interior design,” says Marshall Erb, founder, and lead designer at Marshall Erb Design in Chicago. “To be called out for our professional efforts in advancing the field and shaping industry trends going forward in 2021 is humbling, to say the least.”
And because Fixr employs a rigorous methodology to assemble its authoritative compilation of design visionaries-based on subject matter expertise, social media, and press engagement, as well as overall sway on the industry-the home improvement search engine does a deep-dive analysis of each influencer’s online presence, awards and recognition received, and industry contributions as a whole. “Most importantly, this honor is a recognition of growth,” says Erb. “Pushing what’s possible with intentional design that elevates and accentuates people’s lives, and holding ourselves accountable for innovation as an industry, equates to groundbreaking design coming down the pike in 2021 and beyond.”