Rose Ott’s background in fine arts and fashion, coupled with her interior design education has earned her the reputation as one of the industry’s premier professionals.
Whether designing sophisticated interiors, commercial spaces, or rehabbing houses, her philosophy is simple: “Successful interior design enhances the quality of life. Correct use of color, space, scale, pattern, and texture are among the elements responsible for creating harmony between you and your environment. A nourishing home and work environment has been undeniably proven to contribute to one’s happiness, well-being and productivity. It is my goal to create a space uniquely yours that encompasses these qualities and to make the process as enjoyable as possible.”
From planning to purchasing, Rose presents her clients with creative and sensitive solutions that are versatile in both style and sources. She believes the design process is a collaboration and asserts client involvement to ensure appeal, individuality and comfort. Her projects are as diverse in location, budget and style as they are in scope.
Rose Ott is an Allied Member of ASID and IFDA, serving on the Board of IFDA from 2010 – 2016. She has been featured on NBC’s Open House, George To The Rescue, and in numerous publications. Rose is an Adjunct Professor at Nassau Community College.