Elaine Ryan is a nationally recognized Interior Designer and a color advocate for more than 30 years, and she is a founding member of the International Interior Designers Association (IIDA).
Elaine has designed some of the most beautiful residences and business interiors on both coasts throughout the country.
She has been featured in major publications such as the New York Times, Chicago Sun Times, Hartford Current, Miami Herald and the Arizona Republic for her expertise on interior design and color, and she has been heard on radio shows across the country, as well as numerous guest appearances on network and syndicated television shows.
As a journalist and columnist, Elaine’s writing appeared in the Chicago Tribune, the Jerusalem Post, the Miami Herald, the Houston Chronicle as well as the American Journal of Psychiatric Medicine.
Elaine Ryan has helped thousands of people find harmony between their home and themselves.
Lauren Rosenberg received a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Architecture from Arizona State University, and had a successful career as a practicing Interior Designer in San Francisco, California and Phoenix, Arizona.
As a professional Interior Designer, Lauren was responsible for designing a full range of interior projects from residential; to model homes; to department stores; to commercial projects such as multi-purpose private clubs, law firms, and financial institutions; to sets for stage, television and film.
In her career she custom-designed fabrics, furniture, rugs, casework, lighting and wall treatments and other interior features for her clients.
Lauren Rosenberg has a clear understanding of the interior design industry because she grew up in the interior design business. She knows how the interior design industry operates, and the immense amount of resources that are available only to designers.