Katrina Hernandez is a noted designer that has been featured in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, L’Uomo Vogue, House Beautiful, Domino, and Elle Décor.
Katrina grew up amongst a family of creatives in St. Michaels, Maryland, a small town on the Chesapeake Bay. Her mother and grandmother were small business owners, always dabbling in antiques. Katrina began her career in fashion as a design assistant at Gap Inc before joining Ralph Lauren as a fabric buyer where she sourced textiles from around the world. In 2009, Katrina’s passion for textiles and design led her to the interiors department of AD100 firm, Sawyer|Berson. In 2014 she co-founded New York based design firm Hernandez Greene. Within five years, Hernandez Greene was working on projects from New York to Los Angeles, along the way gaining recognition on Architectural Digest’s Ones-to-Watch List as well as Elle Décor’s A-List.
Katrina prides herself on offering an approachable and clear design process to create polished, comfortable and layered spaces for her clients. She is known for her sophisticated aesthetic and personalized designs. More often than not she kicks off a project by scheming with soft goods, a nod to her strong textile background. Katrina infuses her clients tastes with her own personal style, and consistently delivers a timeless and cohesive result.
Katrina moved to Los Angeles in 2019 to expand her family and business on the West Coast.