Clean, Conscious and Cruelty-Free Design Consulting Services
“No living being, human and non, need suffer or get sick for beautiful furniture and decor.”
– Deborah DiMare
DiMare Design offers ultra-luxury custom interior design consulting and remodeling for residential and commercial properties throughout the United States and internationally. Our work is non-toxic, cruelty-free & designed for optimal physical & emotional health and well-being.
DiMare Design creates spaces that reflect our client’s taste and personality whether it be for a home, office or hotel. We offer luxury custom interior design consulting services, space planning & remodeling throughout the USA & worldwide. Our focus is on healthy, positive interiors that are non-toxic and cruelty-free.
DiMare Design is a cruelty-free (vegan) company. Deborah DiMare, founder and principal, believes space can look and feel fabulous, be well-priced and not cause any harm or suffering to live creatures, human and non. Our spaces are less toxic, safe and positive energy. Cruelty-free design is free from tragedy and despair.
Fabrics, lighting and furniture all contribute to a client’s physical & emotional well-being. There are over 80,000 dangerous chemicals and poisons that are legal to use in fabrics. We believe that is unethical, unnecessary and dangerous. Our focus is on creating environments to keep you and your loved ones happy, healthy and strong.
DESIGN FOR AUTISM
Deborah DiMare is a sensory and health-driven design expert. She is a leading authority in designing environments that promote optimal mental & physical health for the special needs population including Autism, ADHD, sensory difficulties (SPD) and all related differences.
“Let us help you design your space with the style and purpose that reflect your personality, needs and dreams. We will show you how luxury interior design can be beautiful, humane & created to achieve optimal health & wellness.”
– Deborah DiMare
“A healthy living space is essential to our well-being. Thank you, Deborah, for helping me understand that our things absorb and reflect the energy that went into creating them. Given a choice, I would always want an environment free of pain, suffering, fear or despair. The idea of compassionate design and selection is an opportunity to imbue vitality and joy into my surroundings.“
– Marcy Rosenbaum