What do you specialize in?
We are very diverse in our design projects and a large part of our job is to help refine our clients’ vision. We work in a variety of design styles: contemporary, traditional, period restoration, and Western design. I find the colors, moods, and textures that fabrics convey to a room to be the difference between repetitious interior design and individual self-expression. We also offer expertise in every stage of the home construction process—from creating floor plans to choosing the silverware on
What is your educational background?
I have a degree in interior design.
When did you know you wanted to be a designer?
I knew as early as high school. It’s all I’ve ever really wanted to do.
Where do you draw inspiration?
Traveling around the world and seeing architecture and design inspires me. The way other cultures mix colors, patterns, and textures always gets me thinking about my next project.
What developments in your field are exciting?
The modern design projects that we are currently involved with are a nice change in the mountain West. There is a growing interest in contemporary design.
Could you tell us a bit about your design process?
I am a team player, and I work very well with contractors and architects; communication and collaboration are key to a more cohesive process for the client. Each environment that I create is catered to the particular client and is very different from the last project—this makes each day exciting and keeps
our focus on the client’s needs.
What designers do you admire?
I have admired John Salidino and his interior work since I was young.
What do you listen to while you work?
I have a wide selection of music and while at work, I usually shufﬂe though it all. Let’s just say this: my musical tastes are as eclectic as my designs.
What do you do when you’re not working?
Golf is such a relaxing sport, and I try to play whenever I can. I enjoy being outdoors and playing on a beautiful course can take you away from everything
about my next project.”
What is one of your dream trips?
One of my great getaways would be Italy! I love the country and lifestyle there.
What is your favorite season?
The fall—I enjoy the weather, the colors, and the mood it puts me in. Of course, I like the fall style of clothes better as well.
What do you love about living in Jackson?
There isn’t one day while driving in the shadows of the Tetons, whether it be on the
Idaho side or the Wyoming side, that I am not in awe of this miraculous sight to behold.
Brian Goff Interior Design is a full-service interior design firm for high-end residential homes and commercial buildings. The firm’s principal, Brian Goff, has extensive background in every style of interior design and is particularly gifted with fabrics. His goal is to make every home a masterpiece personalized to each client. With a commitment to collaboration and good communication, Goff works well with contractors, architects, and clients. Not only are Goff’s designs beautiful, but they are highly functional, with no wasted space. With clients all over the United States, Brian Goff Interior Design is headquartered in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with offices in Park City, Utah, and Big Sky, Montana. A man who appreciates all seasons, he loves the fall best of all, because he finds inspiration in the colors and the mood it evokes. But he also loves the fall because—and why wouldn’t this be the case—”I like the fall style of clothes better!”