elle daniel featured by home decor experts and media

elle daniel’s designer and custom lamp shades have been featured by home decor experts, home decor magazines, home decor media, and more.

At elle daniel, we’re pleased and proud to be associated with the home decor experts, home decor magazines, and home decor media listed above. We are grateful to John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon of Madcap Cottage; Bernabe Somoza and Sam of Mission Avenue Studio; Marsha Fottler of At Home with Marsha Fottler; Kate Hougen of Mira Jean Designs; Michael Partenio and Stacy Kunstel of Dunes & Duchess; Mary Catherine Folmar of Cotton & Quill; Ineta McParland of Must See Sarasota; and many more excellent home decor and interior design experts who have spread the word about elle daniel’s lamp shades!

Country Living Magazine
Sarasota Herald Tribune features elle daniel  
ABC-7 Features Elle Daniel  
The Scout Guide features elle daniel lampshades   SRQ Magazine Features Elle Daniel Lampshades   Mission Avenue Studio Logo   Madcap Cottage logo
Cotton + Quill

Dunes and Duchess
Mira Jean DesignsArchitectural Digest Features lampshades by elle danielAt Home with Marsha Fottler Logo - Marsha Fottler features lampshades by elle daniel in Sarasota, FloridaMust See Sarasota features lampshades by elle daniel

About

Linda Daniel is a rebel with a cause. An avid rule-breaker and non-conformist, this fierce firecracker founded elle daniel, inc, a custom lampshade design firm, when she discovered there were few options to the common white shade. An ever-classic middle child, Linda screams for attention with her whimsical, bold and eclectic designs. Inspired by Dorothy Draper’s passion for mixing colors and patterns, she magically converts a mundane area into a fresh, charming haven. Each elle daniel shade is handmade and signed by the artist and is an extension of Linda’s natural flair to surprise and delight her clients around the world. Linda Daniel is a Sterling Partner of the Interior Design Society and a member of the Sarasota Chapter of IDS.

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