Deborah Rosenberg interior decorator and founder of DiMare Design & Certified Cruelty Free has spent over 12 years designing ultra-luxury residential and commercial spaces worldwide. Deborah saw the need for accessible interior design options for the consumer who aspires to create the spaces of her high-end clientele, but doesn’t have the budget.
She is excited to have launched a division of DiMare Design, called Ddigz.com, where design meets the everyday home on a budget. Call it “interior decorating on a dime.” Ddigz.com services are provided virtually, via video chat. Deborah’s design philosophy is based upon cruelty free design, sensory environments and sustainable sourcing.
Deborah focuses on humane interiors. Passionate about animal rights, Deborah enjoys educating her clients about cruelty free (vegan) design. “If I can bring awareness to the inhumane treatment of animals by demonstrating that ultra luxury interiors can be created without endangering the lives of animals, then I’m doing my part. There are endless options for luxury fabrics and environmentally sustainable materials that are not made from animals or that don’t result in ecological damage threatening other species… or our own.”
Deborah’s approach to her award-winning luxury projects is also sensory. She combines specific textures, scents and colors to create optimal wellness environments for the sensory needs unique to each and every one of us. Benefits range from stress relief and increased optimism, to providing a peaceful milieu for those with particular needs, such as children or adults in the spectrum of Autism.
Deborah Rosenberg is a PETA advocate, was a featured interior designer on TLC, has appeared on NBC’s ‘The Today Show’ and continually lectures and writes articles on Humane Design and Sensory Design.
Deborah was born and raised in New York. She moved to Miami in 1997 and has enjoyed raising her daughters in Florida. She and the family, including Lucca their dog, enjoy their free time on the beautiful beaches of Miami.