Meet the Mod Squad: Angela Belt

Modernism Week is just around the corner (February 15-25, 2024), and we’re excited to welcome a new Mod Squad to take us behind the scenes of the ultimate celebration of midcentury architecture, design, culture, and more.

With a keen eye for design and a colorful, globally-inspired aesthetic, our next Mod Squad is a true Jill of all trades. Get to know multi-talented creative Angela Belt and read on to see what modernism means to her!

Angela Belt shares her passion for interior design as a Contributing Shopping Editor for House Beautiful Magazine. When she’s not preoccupied designing or styling interiors, Angela loves to talk with tastemakers about their journey in interior design on her hit podcast, The Mood Board. Angela Belt Interiors has been featured nationally and internationally in publications like Better Homes & Gardens, Elle South Africa, HGTV, and the Washington Post.  Angela works on residential and commercial projects in West Hartford and beyond. 

Read on to see what “modernism” means to Angela.

Photo credit: David Land

AB: Modernism is: “Preservation—breathing new life into something old.  

My vintage Haywood Wakefield credenza in my dining room that I’ve owned for over 10 years.”

Photo credit: David Land

AB: Modernism is: “Colorful and layered with patterns.”

Photo credit: Chinasa Cooper

AB: Modernism is: “Furniture pieces with personality like curved shapes and angled lines.”

Follow Angela at @_angelabelt for more design inspiration during Modernism Week 2024.

Images courtesy of Angela Belt, David Land, and Chinasa Cooper.