“Elegant, informed interior design to enrich and beguile”
Dennis Rolland opened his own design firm in 1988 after working two years with George Clarkson and eight years with Mark Hampton. He partners with his clients to design beautifully integrated interiors that reflect their tastes and lifestyles. Matchless in creating rooms that look like no others, he seamlessly incorporates his client’s ideas and needs into captivating, stylish and highly livable environments.
With sensitivity and grace, Mr. Rolland ensures that the process of creating a new space or refreshing an old one is enriching and enjoyable.
Residential design commissions take Mr. Rolland to both sides of the Atlantic and range from pied-à-terres, apartments, townhouses and homes to weekend cottages and country estates. He also designed and executed an art and design suite at the Ice Hotel in Sweden.
Dennis Rolland’s work has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, House Beautiful, House and Garden, House and Garden U.K., O At Home, Elle Decor, Colonial Homes, New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, Madame Figaro, as well as magazines in Sweden, Portugal, and Italy.
Mr. Rolland has lectured at New York University and the Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design.