After nearly a decade in the field, Lorna Gross-Bryant has become one of the top “go-to” designers for clients seeking an individualized, curated approach. She is NCIDQ certified and has won numerous awards for her exceptional design. Lorna was chosen as one of DC’s top designers and also received a 2013 Designer’s Choice Award through voting by her fellow area interior designers and architects for her exemplary work. She shares her expertise via regular appearances at design seminars, panel discussions and business forums. Her design expertise spans new home construction to renovations to whole house furnishings. Her work graces the homes and estates of multinationals, C-level executives, and ambassadors.
Lorna is recognized as a leader in the design field and has appeared in multiple periodicals and media outlets. She holds an M.B.A. and B.S. in business and a B.A. in Interior Design.
Lorna participates in charity show houses and is very passionate about empowering women and children domestically and abroad. She currently serves on The Council on Women’s Leadership at Meridian International where she enjoys mentoring aspiring female entrepreneurs from emerging and developing countries.
• Designer of Distinction Award, ASID – 2014
• AA Top 20 Interior Designers – 2014, 2015, 2016
• Designers Choice Award – 2013
• 1st place – Unique Space, ASID – 2013, 2015
• Top 100 Designers
• “Best of Interior Design”
• Georgetown Jingle – Bloomingdale’s – 2013
• DC Design House – Spring Valley, 2012, Wesley Heights, 2013
• Historic Ellicott City Maryland Show House – 2011
• Washington Design Center Dream Home – 2011
• Springhill Show House – 2009
• Washington Design Center Show House – 2008
Based in the Washington, DC area, LORNA GROSS Interior Design is a global, full-service design firm that specializes in “curated” interiors. Our finished product reflects the array of our clients’ dreams for their spaces. With appreciation for this diversity, we tailor every design to each individual client. Owner, Lorna Gross-Bryant, believes “authenticity” is the cornerstone of great interior design. We draw on unique accoutrement and elements, such as architectural detailing, specialty textiles, mid-century antiques, or decorative finishes to create exceptional interiors. Our clients often describe our style as “sophisticated, but inviting” and we believe spaces should be beautiful, as well as functional.
We strive to make the design process smooth, seamless, and accommodating to our clients’ busy lifestyles.
“I take my cues from the client’s tastes and their unique design unfolds from there.”
– Lorna Gross-Bryant