I Was Featured on Inverse!

I was featured on Inverse!

Using Virtual Tools to Create Healthy Homes Worldwide.

“I believe people, more so than ever, are rethinking the effect their environments have on their physical and mental health.”

 

Deborah DiMare is an interior designer whose clients include high-end executives and business leaders, celebrities, and conscious homeowners. Previously, she executed her services by visiting clients’ homes and then presenting her designs. Now, she’s doing the same through digital means, a process that ends with new furniture and decor moved into clients’ homes and staged according to her designs. DiMare explains her transition in this Q&A!

 

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About Deborah

Deborah DiMare is showing the world that no living creature need suffer or die for beautiful furniture. Her company, DiMare Design, is the only 100% cruelty free design firm in the US. Deborah demonstrates how healthier and less toxic, durable and luxurious faux alternatives can easily replace wool, fur, leather & other animal derived materials. Deborah also leads the VeganDesign.org Council, a community of industry professionals from over 60 countries seeking education and change for all living species within the skins and hides industries. Deborah is a vegan interior design expert, author and influencer for the compassionate design movement.
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