Veronica Solomon, asid, ids
Interior Designer, Design Blogger in Houston Texas
Veronica Solomon, one of Katy/West Houston's most highly acclaimed interior designers, has created unique and innovative interiors for a wide variety of residential, homebuilding and commercial clients over her 8 year career as the Owner and Lead Designer of Casa Vilora Interiors.
She is the region’s only designer who practices the art of creating luxurious yet affordable spaces for her clients, as well as offering a wide range of custom soft furnishings and unique finds by dealing directly with hundreds of the world’s leading manufacturers and artisans of fine furnishings and accessories. That enables her to provide her clients with the kind of distinctive, cutting-edge furnishings that are not available at retail stores. She travels across the nation to High Point, North Carolina and other major furnishings markets to obtain the most unique and innovative furniture and accessories, while keeping up-to-date on the latest trends.
Veronica's services include space planning, selection of furnishings, finishes and materials, color coordination, and accessorizing. Her clientele includes, busy professionals, CEOs and entrepreneurs in the affluent areas of West Houston such as Cinco Ranch, Sugarland, West University, River Oaks, The Heights, and other areas, but she is most passionate about helping families achieve affordable and livable luxury in their homes
A member of the American Society of Interior Designers, Interior Design Society and The Greater Houston Builders Association, Veronica is an award winning designer who has served several hundred clients over her career. She developed long-term relationships with many of them, often working on multiple projects with the same client over a period of many years. Much of her new business results from referrals from satisfied clients.
Veronica who is certified by C.I.D., specializes in designing custom soft furnishings, unique furniture pieces, personal retreats, challenging spaces, and home offices. Local publications have run articles about her design work, and she has also shared her design insights and expertise in presentations to a variety of local groups, as well as through her design and lifestyle blog "The Naked Decorator"