Danielle Galland believes in clearly conceived interiors that reflect both the lifestyle and aspirations of each client. Her work employs both contemporary and historic design languages to create environments that are stylish but not fussy.
“I enjoy working with clients to help them discover their style and preferences, and how they can incorporate beautiful furniture and materials into their homes or offices. It is very gratifying to expose people to design movements they may not have known about previously, and to create environments where they can relax, work and entertain others easily. I don’t believe in rooms that people only admire but do not use. Rather, I advocate toward pragmatic and attentive planning that takes the client’s needs into account.”
Danielle brings an extensive knowledge of furniture styles from over a decade of experience working as an Interior Designer in New York.
Danielle Galland Interior Design was established in January of 2004 after nine years of experience designing and project managing numerous high-end residences and executive offices, both independently and under renowned designer Kitty Hawks. Danielle is a graduate of Parsons School of Design, where she has been a faculty member in the Interior Design department since 2000. During her teaching tenure she has taught presentation techniques, design studio, and seminars in decoration and historic style. She was the interim director of the BFA program from 2004-2006. Currently, Danielle is a candidate in the Masters of the Decorative Arts program at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum.
Danielle Galland is a licensed Interior Designer, certified by NCIDQ in 2005.