The way in which your rooms are designed says a lot about your personality. Interior design is a personal expression of your style, from fabric selection to furnishings and lighting fixtures. In addition to your personal preferences, there are other factors to consider when deciding on a design style, including the size of the space and the current state of affairs.
Do you know which design styles really appeal to you, or which would work best in your individual living space? Perhaps you’ve thought about incorporating elements of a particular style into your home, but aren’t really sure if they’ll work. The expert interior designers at Decorating Den Interiors – Lisa Marble break down the many styles of design you have to choose from, and make it easy to find which suits your personality and your home the best!
Whether you want to decorate your bedroom, children’s room, dining room, family room, home office, living room, outdoor living, recreation room, sunroom or whole home, Decorating Den Interiors – Lisa Marble can help create a space that matches your style and your budget.
Contact us today at 804-346-3573 to get started on creating the space of your dreams that reflects your style.
Decorating Den Interiors – Lisa Marble proudly serves RVA; Chesterfield County, Goochland County, Hanover County, Henrico County, New Kent County, and Powhatan County, including Ashland, Colonial Heights, Glen Allen, Manakin-Sabot, Mechanicsville, Midlothian, Petersburg, Richmond and surrounding areas!
About the Decorator
Lisa comes to you! Lisa Marble has been decorating beautiful homes all over the Richmond Metro area for over 25 years. She provides a complete in-home design service, bringing thousands of samples to your door. Lisa keeps up to date on the current designs and product trends by touring show houses, manufacturer’s factories and showrooms, and goes twice-yearly to High Point Furniture Market, the largest home furnishing show in the world. There, over 2,000 manufacturers from all over the world showcase their new product line to over 75,000 attendees.