Lori Dennis: Interior Design Expert
Lori graduated from the UCLA Interior Architecture and Design Program, where she currently serves on the Alumni Association Board. While completing coursework, Lori was In-house Designer for SeminarPlanet.com. In 1999, she went to work for Cheryl Rowley Interior Design. A year later, she established her own firm, Dennis Design Group. Lori has been published in countless magazines throughout the world and appears on many television programs. An expert in green/sustainable design, she has lectured on the topic for the UCLA and the California State University Interior Design Programs. She is also a recurring guest on HGTV’s XM Radio with Nancy Glass and KABC Talk Radio. She passed the NCIDQ in the fall of 2006 and passed the LEED certification in the fall of 2007.
As an interior designer I always seem to be passing out advice (and to be honest sometimes judgment) about other people’s décor. Realistically it’s my job to pay attention to every last detail, we’re talking minutia like picture hanging hardware, thread count on sheets and the difference between satin nickel and just plain nickel.Read More »
Last week I was cold busted by a friend, who moved the strategically placed, framed photo on my night stand which had been hiding my Sony box alarm clock from 1986. Yes, I could have lied and said I was going retro, but that didn’t seem to make any sense considering my bedroom has a French traditional flare to it. I’m not sure if it was attachment anxiety (I bought it with my allowance in high school), laziness, or the unwillingness to spend a grip on a new bedroom alarm clock, but at that moment, I knew I had to walk the line, practice what I preach and buy myself a decent alarm clock. A sense of relief washed over me when I began my search for the perfect timepiece, not only were they pleasing to look at, but they had tons of features and were all pretty reasonable priced.