Gary Inman is an internationally celebrated designer of fine homes, luxury hotels and resorts, furniture, and home fashions. His design métier has included handbags, women’s eveningwear, rugs, textiles, lighting, accessories and furniture. His collections have been shown at the International Furniture Market in High Point to critical acclaim. As a design historian, Gary has given more than a thousand lectures, and has moderated and sat on dozens of industry panels. He has contributed to several books, most recently writing the introduction for, Bespoke: Furniture from 101 International Artists, which included three of his own designs. His television credits include A&E’s America’s Castles, the PBS series Monuments and Mansions, The Editor At Large, Design Tourist, The Design Network and various television news interviews.
Gary’s design work has won eighteen ASID-IIDA design awards and the prestigious Elevate Award as America’s Top Luxury Boutique Hotel Designer. His home designs have been published in Veranda, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Southern Accents, Elle Décor, The Washington Post, and many others. He is Vice President of Hospitality with Baskervill, America’s seventh most enduring firm with 120 years of continuous practice, and one of the top “20 International Giants of Hospitality.” The firm is presently working on projects in 5 countries and 44 states. Gary is the creator and editor of the popular, The Art of Fine Living, an online lifestyle journal that explores travel, design, art, fashion, and the culinary arts.