LISA BORGNES GIRAMONTI
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti is an interior designer, author, and artist who layers the past with the present to make modern life richer and more meaningful.
"You can't pinpoint your own sense of style unless you know what inspires you. I can help you live stylishly and show you how to make your home a reflection of your personality and passions."
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Lisa Borgnes Giramonti is an interior designer, writer, and embroidery artist.
In her design work, she works with clients to help them discover their personal style and create homes that are as well-functioning as they are soulful.
Named one of "Five LA Women Artists to Watch" by the Huffington Post, Lisa's embroideries hang in Soho House Hollywood, the Santa Monica Museum of Art, The Residences at AKA Sunset Boulevard, as well as in many private collections.
She is the author of Novel Interiors: Living in Enchanted Rooms Inspired by Literature (Penguin Random House).
Profiles of her life and work have been published in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Martha Stewart Living, W magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, House Beautiful, YOLO, Apartment Therapy, C magazine, Stylist, Angeleno, Lonny, Elle Decor and others, as well as several books.
Lisa's design blog A Bloomsbury Life (2007-2015) attracted over 6m unique visitors and was read by people in over 140 countries.
She lives and works in Los Angeles.
New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Conde Nast Traveler
"Style Matters" Podcast
Living in Enchanted Rooms Inspired by Literature
By Lisa Borgnes Giramonti
Photographs by Ivan Terestchenko
Published by Penguin Random House
"Conversational, illuminating and and full of practical tips for discovering your own design style" Wall Street Journal
"Design-loving bookworms, rejoice: Your perfect coffee table companion is here"
"If you've ever wanted to live inside the pages of a novel, then you need to meet Lisa Borgnes Giramonti"
"Take design cues from classic novels, whether your style veers more Waugh, Woolfe or Wilde" Tory Burch
I look forward to your design inquiries, commission requests or studio visits.