William R. Eubanks
William R. Eubanks’ name is synonymous with refined, classical interior design.
William R. Eubanks crafts his designs into a symphony of comfort and beauty.
As a leading international interior designer and antiques purveyor, Eubanks has mastered the subtleties of timeless design: French and English antiques, oriental porcelains, sumptuous silks, Damask fabrics and jewel-tone colors.
A prominent figure in interior design, William R. Eubanks excels in all things design—from being named one of the top fifty designers in the U.S. by Elements of Living to receiving the inaugural “Star of Design” award from the Design Center of the Americas.
William R. Eubanks holds a B.F.A. and license in interior design and is a prestigious member of ASID, IIDA, Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America, Interiors Design Alliance Advisory Board and Interior Design Advisory Board for the University of Memphis.
- The design work of William R. Eubanks, along with design associate D. Mitchell Brown, was featured in the entrance hall and sitting room of the Veranda Designer Show House in Beverly Hills: Greystone Mansion.
- Participated in Veranda Presents the Palm Beach Red Cross Designer Show House by designing the dining room of the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens.
- Received the inaugural "Star of Design" award from the Design Center of the Americas in Dania, Florida for the category of Interior Design.
- Named one of the top fifty designers in the United States by Elements of Living.
- Established the William R. Eubanks Distinguished Lecture Series in Interior Design at the University of Memphis, as well as the James Weaver Scholarship.
- One of a handful of international designers to be interviewed for inclusion in Dr. Frank Koe's textbook, Fabric for the Designed Interior, Eubanks’ design work is also featured as the book’s cover art.
- Served as the Keynote Speaker for the Opening Ceremonies of Market Week at the Design Center of the Americas for Veranda in 2006 and again for Interiors in 2007.
- In February 2010 Eubanks was included in a select group of “Iconic Interior Designers” by the online site, Decorati.