Natasha Rocca Devine (NRD) is an Award-Winning Irish-Italian Interior Design Staging Specialist.
Natasha has created ‘The Interiors NRD’ to offer specialist interior design staging and styling services direct to agents, residential and commercial clients in Ireland and London. Her core services include Award-Winning staging-to-sell, showhome design, style consultation and staging workshops, along with interior design. While she offers interior design and staging consultancy in London, where she studied interior design.
As a self-confessed NRD – with the initials (Rocca Devine) too – Natasha has incorporated her Irish-Italian surname and heritage into her brand. Natasha comes from a family of entrepreneurs and adores all things creative, particularly real estate and interior design, mirrored in her work as a real estate agent in Los Angeles. Since her return, she is making her own mark on the Irish and UK design industries’.
Within the first few months of launching her company she has won various Awards: ‘2019 Gamechanger Of The Year’ and ‘Studio Of The Year 2019’ in the UK & Ireland by ACQ Construction Awards, ‘Best for Interior Staging 2019 – The Republic of Ireland’ – BUILD Magazine Awards and ‘2018’s Most Outstanding Interior Design Specialist – Dublin’ – LUX Life Magazine.
Since the outset, Natasha has designed, staged and created an array of projects for various private clients and agents alike. Most publicly, her agency clients include Knight Frank, Hollybrook Homes developers. Also, her work for agent Owen Reilly featured in The Irish Times and included filming for RTE One TV’s ‘Find Me A Home’ TV Show series three last October 2018.
As part of her work and journalism experience, Natasha takes time time to write and share her interiors knowledge with her 28k followers on Instagram and Twitter. While she continues guest speaking, radio items sharing award-winning staging and interiors advice and expertise with Virgin Media TV’s. Elaine Show and Pat Kenny’s NewsTalk radio listeners, along with The Sunday Business Post, The Sunday Independent, The Times and The Daily Mail.
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, Design Centre Chelsea Harbour London. In the past, Natasha has worked as ‘Interiors Editor’ for Social & Personal Magazine. While she has a keen interest in philanthropy working with Former Vice President Al Gore on Climate Reality, along with supporting charities for animal rights, cancer research and mental health.