Vanessa DeLeon

Inspired by her Cuban roots, Vanessa is as influential as her Art Deco styling rooted in her cultural composition. Deleon’s innovative sensibility combined with a keen eye for detail resulted in her signature design style, “GLAMILISTIC,” where she combines streamline elements with minimalism resulting in a rich and glamorous style. Vanessa’s modern and stylized interiors incorporate classic décor, specializing in high-end residential homes, commercial venues, and hospitality facilities.

While attending Berkeley College for Interior Design, she took an interest in the Asian art of design, which led her to continue her studies in the art of Feng Shui at the Feng Shui Institute of America.

Recent ventures include the branding and licensing of Vanessa Deleon. As a powerful and successful brand, Vanessa Deleon is perceived as an influential, marketable brand name. Her impressive resume includes Terry Crews Saves Christmas, NBC’s American Dream Builders, featured designer on the hit show Restaurant Impossible just to name a few. She is the featured Design Editor for several publications and has made several public appearances included a tour as the Ikea spokesperson for “How to” seminars in multiple cities across the USA and hosting design clinics at the Casa Latina Home Expo.

Vanessa is Director at Large of ASID (American Society of Interior Designers), IIDA (International Interior Design Association), IFDA (International Furnishings and Design Association) and SCCH-NJ (Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of NJ).