Rose Shields received her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. As a graduate of VCU, she was named as one of the top ten most outstanding students. She now has over 30 years of professional experience and a well established client base from Richmond, Va. to Danville, Va. to Washington, D.C.
Rose started her own design company in 1990 to provide the area with a one stop shop design firm. She takes great pride in her reputation for providing design packages to fit anyone’s lifestyle and budget. In addition to numerous design awards from her peers for her leadership, Rose is heavily involved in her community having served in these organizations….The Danville Historical Society, The American Business Women’s Association, The Jaycees, The Downtown Danville Revitalization Board, The Kiwanis Club, Powernet Business Referral Group, The Chamber of Commerce, The American Society of Interior Designers, and The Danville Professional Women’s Association.
Rose is an avid animal lover and has 2 dogs and a 1 cat (for now). She has been married for 32 years and has 2 sons and 1 granddaughter. She loves to travel and especially enjoys any tropical destination!
Rose is personally involved with every design and has a hands on approach to every phase of the design process, from assessing the clients needs and expectations and following through to the final installation. Having a professional designer manage a project through every phase, saves the client time, money and frustration. This also assures the client of a successful project.
SOME OF THE DESIGN SERVICES ROSE SHIELDS INTERIORS PROVIDES…..
SOME OF THE PRODUCTS WE SELL….
For pictures of Roses work, visit our website @ rsinteriors.biz
A PARTIAL LIST OF SATISFIED CLIENTS…
- Nestle USA
- The Danville Welcome Center
- Piedmont Credit Union
- The Social Security Administration
- The Human Services Center, Tightsqueeze, Va.
- Danville Pittsylvania County Community Services (various projects)
- Facades for the Downtown Danville Revitalization Committee