Great interior design begins with the fundamentals of design, which include form, line, scale and proportion. Marlene Wangenheim of Interiors By Design, LLC uses these basics in any approach to Interior Design and Kitchen and Bath Design. With degrees in Math and Science combined with a degree in Interior Design allow this accomplished designer to create space that is functional, safe and always aestically pleasing. Her ability to listen to a clients needs and work with architects and builders is the secret to her many successful projects. She has earned appellations in three professional organizations including ASID, NKBA and NAHB. Ms. Wangenheim is an Associated Kitchen and Bath Designer and more recently has earned her title as a Certified Aging in Place Specialist. Her work has been published repeatedly in New Jersey magazines as well as nationally.

Services Provided
Space planning, Interior Design and decoration. Kitchen and Bathroom design, Designing for persons with special needs as well as the aging population. Services also include color consultation, furniture, fabric and lighting selection.

Areas Served
Local, NJ, NY, as well as nationally.

Certifications and Awards
NKBA-Associated Kitchen and Bath Designer-
2013-VP Programming for Board of Directors-NKBANNJ
NAHB-Certified Aging in Place Specialist
2012 New Jersey Top Women Entrepreneurs
Contact: Marlene Wangenheim, AKBD, CAPS
Location: Morristown, NJ 07960
Commented: I noticed there is a differance in the door hights and styles Thank you so much maryclemens for the nice comment. My comment about seaming a white countertop is not overstated. Be careful. That white seam, over time, collects dirt and will stain. Honing will not...
December 8, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: I love the hood! Can you tell me its dimensions? Hood dimensions are dictated by code. This is a 36" range and therefore requires a minimum of 36" on the hood width. I believe this hood is 36-38 inches wide.
May 14, 2014 in Photo Questions  
Commented: Truly beautiful space! Thank you so much. I don't know why this photo still appears on my houzz account. This photo is a scouting shot taken by me to send to the magazine for publication. Once accepted the magazine had professional...
August 18, 2014 in Photo Questions  
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