Lauren Rosenberg prides herself on designing for her clients. From modern to contemporary to shabby chic to traditional, her interiors are timeless, personalized and polished. The end result is that her client’s homes reflect their own taste and lifestyle – whatever their style happens to be.
Her professional design background includes high-end residential projects, to model homes, to sets for TV and film. As an Interior Designer in San Francisco, she lead the interiors team on the Dean Witter Reynolds Western Headquarters project, and also designed projects ranging from the American Airlines Admirals Club (SF Airport), to retail projects such as Bullock’s, Robinson’s, Dayton-Hudson and many other smaller retail establishments.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Architecture from Arizona State University, Lauren grew up in the Interior Design industry (her mother is Elaine Ryan, the nationally-recognized Interior Designer), and learned at a young age how to create esthetically beautiful, yet functional spaces. She also held an Interior Design position at Warner’s Interiors in Phoenix.
Lauren Rosenberg is the creator of the Elaine Ryan® Home Decorating Kit, a revolutionary do-it-yourself product for anyone who desires a beautiful home - but without the expense of hiring a professional interior designer. Inside the kit is everything you'll need to become your own home decorator. Please visit ElaineRyan.com for more information.
When we moved to Scottsdale from the northeast, we took with us some of our antiques that we wanted to incorporate into our new home. We were referred to Lauren Rosenberg, a Scottsdale interior designer, who was such a delight for us to work with. She completely understood our vision, and designed for us a home filled with color and, of course, our antiques. I highly recommend calling her to design your home.
Each client's needs are different, as is each job. I begin each design process with a review of the houseplans (if the home is in the design or building phase), or stopping by the home to see the spaces. In either case, I'll discuss with my client's their vision, their style of living, their expectations of me, their timeframe, etc. I'll be able to get a sense of what I can design for them and the steps I'll need to take in order to meet, if not exceed, their expectations.
I graduated on the Dean's List from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Architecture.
Each job is different, as are client's budgets. My hourly fee is $150, and if the job is a large I'll determine my fee based on not-to-exceed estimated hours + 20% above my cost for all purchases.
I grew up in the Interior Design industry. My mother is one of the pioneer interior designers in this town.
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