Natasha Rocca Devine (NRD) is an Award-Winning Irish-Italian Interior Design Staging Specialist.
Natasha created ‘The Interiors NRD’ Studio to offer specialist interior design staging, styling and project management services direct to agents, residential and commercial clients in Ireland and London based on her experience in Los Angeles, Boston and London. Her core services include Award-Winning staging-to-sell, showhome design and style consultation in Ireland and London, where she studied interior design.
Recently, Natasha has designed the Ideal Homes 2021 Stage for DFS, while guest speaking. Along with writing for the ‘Home Help’ panel for The Sunday Times. Earlier this year, Natasha designed four luxury rental apartments for Burrow Holiday Park, which won various awards. In each project Natasha incorporates sustainability, eco design and Irish design as core features.
In May 2021 Natasha launched ‘The Secret Garden’ candle 2021 second scent, as part of a limited-edition sustainable candle collection with leading Irish brand La Bougie. For a Christmas Charity Campaign 2021, Natasha has partnered with NOVAS Homeless Support, who receive 25% from each sale.
Since opening in 2018, ‘The Interiors NRD’ Studio has received 20+ Awards for a portfolio of projects. Most publicly, clients include Knight Frank and Hollybrook Homes developers. Also, Natasha’s work for agent Owen Reilly included filming for RTE One TV’s ‘Find Me A Home’ TV Show.
As part of her journalist skills, Natasha takes time to write and share her interiors knowledge online. While she continues guest speaking, radio items along with digital, magazines and newspapers such as; The Sunday Business Post, The Sunday Independent and The Times.
Natasha gained her first Masters in Journalism and Media Communications at Griffith College Dublin, followed by a second in Interior Design + Architecture at KLC School of Design, London. Since early on, Natasha has had a keen interest in philanthropy working with Former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project and various charities on bespoke campaigns.
IMAGE CREDIT: BARRY MCCALL PHOTOGRAPHY