Professional Colonial Heights Interior Decorator
Lisa Marble has been in business for over 25 years. She provides a complete in-home design service, bringing thousands of drapery, fabrics, furniture, carpet and area rugs, wall coverings, lighting, and accessories directly to you. Clients love viewing all of their choices in the convenience and lighting of their own homes or offices. Even better, Lisa doesn’t charge a design fee. She works within her clients’ budgets and with their style preferences, while they pay only for the products they select.
We know every project presents its own unique set of circumstances. So we pride ourselves on working side by side with you to accomplish your design vision. We’ll discuss the specifics of your project, help determine the budget and make some preliminary design suggestions. No project is too big or too small. Depending on the size of the project, we may be able to get started with just one meeting. Our initial design consultation is always complimentary.
Best of all, we come to you in Colonial Heights!
“I highly recommend working with Lisa Marble of Decorating Den Interiors. She was able to grasp my goals and decorating style and fit it all within my budget. A few projects I just wanted to “freshen-up” the rooms and she creatively was able to use the items I already had and coordinate a few new pieces and window coverings to make the room feel brand new. She even met me at a local furniture store to help me pick out fabric for a chair I wanted to purchase. She is very creative and talented designer who was never pushy in selling products or ideals and was always respectful of my ideas. She is a very talented professional and just a nice person to work with.”
– Wendy V.
Contact me today at 804-346-3573 to begin working on the home of your dreams!
Colonial Heights is located in Virginia with a population of 17,411. Colonial Heights was located within the Algonquian-speaking confederation known as Tenakomakah, ruled by Chief Powhatan, when the English colonists arrived at Jamestown on May 14, 1607. Captain John Smith’s early map of Virginia testifies that the present area of Colonial Heights included the principal town of the Appamattuck subtribe, led by their weroance, Coquonasum, and his sister, Oppussoquionuske.
Colonial Heights Resources:
Colonial Heights Public Schools – Colonial Heights Public Schools provides each student with a relevant, quality education so that they are given the skills to become a self-sufficient, productive member of society.
Colonial Heights Chamber of Commerce – The Colonial Heights Chamber of Commerce enhances, promotes and serves the community by uniting businesses and professional people.
SPCA of Petersburg & Colonial Heights – The SPCA of Petersburg & Colonial Heights strives to prevent the cruelty of animals throughout the area and helps place unwanted animals.