Woodson and Rummerfield’s House of Design is an award-winning interior design firm based in Los Angeles. They specialize in creating luxurious interiors — combining Hollywood opulence and sleek modernity for a discerning clientèle.
What inspired this career path for you?
You just know when it’s in you and you have the passion for it. It’s something that was inherent for both of us.
What is your go-to source for inspiration?
We find inspiration in many different forms, but fashion and travel are the greatest contributors.
Tell us about your creative process.
It’s a never-ending process and takes on many forms. A piece of art or a pair of shoes may inspire a whole room. As a duo, we are always challenging each other and building on each other’s ideas.
Describe your style in 6 words or less.
Memorable, classic, opulent, bold, and fashionable.
What’s a staple in your tool kit?
Tape measure and camera.
Who do you look up to in the design world?
One another, and some of the greats like Tony Baratta, Jean-Michel Frank, and Tony Duquette.
If you could design a space for anyone, what kind of space and for whom would it be?
Ron: Tina Turner or Mary J. Blige—it would be a fashionable space.
Jaime: Pharrell Williams—it would be a very avant garde space.
Tell us your favorite design-related word, phrase, or quote.
“Some people do not either deserve, require, or especially need a great designer.”—Unknown
Which design blog, website, TV show, or magazine would you be lost without?
Elle Décor, and we are still mourning the loss of “Testy Tastemaker” Mayer Rus from House & Garden Magazine. That was the best!
Share a little bit about the pieces you’re consigning on Viyet, e.g., do any have unique backstories, in what kind of space do you hope they end up, etc.?
Carefully curated pieces from Hollywood estates and our travels.
What do you love about Viyet?
It’s a great platform to share good design with the masses and with many other design enthusiasts.