A home designed by Danielle Eber is distinctive for its sophisticated taste, timeless style and tailored comfort. Each project has its own personal stamp, tailored to reflect the personalities and lifestyles of her clients. Danielle's approach treats furniture visually as sculpture in a room, never forgetting that comfort and function go hand in hand.

Relationships are essential to Danielle's work, the relationship among client and designer, furniture and architecture, private and public space. Danielle's clarity of vision assists her in transforming ideas into harmonious living spaces. Whether modern or classic, traditional or contemporary, bold or subdued, her interiors reflect the personalities and lifestyles of her clients. Danielle's collaborative approach combines a freshness of vision with recognition of the importance of her clients' history and experience.

Whether the project is a few rooms or an extensive renovation, Danielle focuses intently on meticulous attention to detail and client service. Her full-service interior design firm offers interior design, including kitchen and bath design, space planning, drafting and architectural detailing, and color consulting, among other services. For large-scale projects, Danielle consults with a team of professionals, including architects, landscape architects and contractors.

Danielle is an established designer, with projects in Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Malibu, Santa Monica, Holmby Hills, Santa Barbara, New York City and Aspen.

Danielle's commitment to design extends in many directions. Danielle designs and develops eco-friendly fabrics through her textile division. Originally used in the apparel market, Tencel® fiber is soft yet strong, and easy to care for. When mixed with natural fibers, Tencel® is the perfect fabric enhancer, adding strength, color absorbency and a soft drape. Danielle and her client developed the idea of bringing Tencel®, combined with natural fibers, into the home market.

Danielle began her career in 1995 at Ralph Lauren in Manhattan, and earned a post-graduate degree in Interior Design from Parson's School of Design in New York City. She specialized in large-scale projects with Wilson & Associates, a full-service hospitality design firm. She honed her skills in residential design as a project manager and senior designer for Thomas M. Beeton Inc., one of the top designers in the United States. Danielle established Danielle Eber Interior Design in 2003.